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Alice Bourke Hayes, Ph. D., papers, 1960-2006.

The Alice Bourke Hayes Papers span from 1960 to 2006 and include some undated material. The papers generally reflect her professional endeavors and include and outline of her career, correspondence related to her career, publications by Hayes, presentation and conference ephemera including papers...

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Allison, Samuel King. Papers, 1920-1965

Samuel King Allison (1900-1965), physicist. The papers document his career at the University of Chicago, both as student and faculty member, and his research on X-rays and lithium. The papers also include material on his service as director of the Enrico Fermi Institute for Nuclear Studies (1945-...

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Anderson, Herbert L. Papers, 1911-1988

Herbert L. Anderson (1914-1988) physicist. The papers document Anderson's participation in the Manhattan Project, including his close collaboration with Enrico Fermi, as well as his subsequent career as a researcher, teacher and administrator.

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Armour Research Foundation Collection, ca. 1940-1964

Armour Research Foundation (ARF) was one of the first private, not-for-profit contract research laboratories in the United States. Begun in Chicago in 1936 by Armour Institute of Technology (AIT), ARF was acquired by Illinois Institute of Technology in 1940 when IIT was created by the merger of A...

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Atomic Scientists. Miscellaneous Records, 1945-1964

Correspondence, mimeographs, newsletters, minutes, and publications of national and local Atomic Scientists' organizations. Included are: Atomic Scientists of Chicago, Federation of American Scientists, Society for Social Responsibility in Science, Council for a Livable World, and the Committee f...

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A Century of Progress Memorabilia collection, 1933-1999

A Century of Progress International Exposition was held in Chicago during the summers of 1933 and 1934 to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of the incorporation of the city of Chicago in 1833. The A Century of Progress Memoribilia collection includes printed materials such as pamphlets, broc...

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Charles R. Clark photograph collection, ca. 1898-1916.

Black-and-white photographic albums (3) and acetate and nitrate negatives of images relating to the history of Chicago. Includes cityscapes, streets scenes, and monuments of Chicago. Also includes copy photographs of images of the Chicago fire of 1871 and ruins, the Republican National Convention...

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Chicago Area Pharmacy Photograph Collection, 1955

This collection of 35 mm color slides of Chicago and suburban drugstores was created by an unidentified photographer in 1955. It depicts pharmacies in various Chicago neighborhoods and suburbs. This collection was donated by Dr. Richard J. Anzalone, an alumnus of the College of Pharmacy, and reti...

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Chicago Home Economists in Business records, 1966-1983, bulk 1972-1980

Financial records, membership information, board meeting minutes, correspondence, newsletters, press releases, and other records of the Chicago Home Economists in Business (CHEIB), an organization that focused on the relationship between home economists, business, and consumers. Members have been...

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Chicago Public Schools, Radio Council collection

Scripts; instructional materials; lessons in history, literature, science, Latin America and other foreign countries and languages; teacher manuals and broadcast schedules; short stories; poems; interviews; and other materials produced or adapted by the Radio Council of the Chicago public school ...

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Chicago Veteran Druggists' Association Records, 1839-1967

The Chicago Veteran Druggists’ Association (commonly abbreviated as CVDA) was a social and pharmaceutical organization founded by Thomas Nevins Jamieson in 1898. This collection documents the history of the CVDA, with some documentation of its sister organizations in Minnesota.

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Dental School Catalog collection, 1860-2007

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Elsie C. Reese Lang's Cook County School of Nursing papers, 1928-1980

Elsie C. Reese Lang graduated from the Cook County School of Nursing in 1940. This collection documents aspects of her education and employment at the Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago.

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Flower and Coues family scrapbooks

Newsclipping scrapbooks of Lucy Louisa Coues Flower (Mrs. James Monroe Flower), Chicago social welfare leader, and of her brother Elliott Coues, an ornithologist. The collection also includes materials by and about her father Samuel Elliott Coues of Portsmouth, N.H, a merchant and reformer; her b...

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Franck, James. Papers, 1882-1966

James Franck (1882-1964). Physicist. Contains personal and professional correspondence; manuscripts of speeches, articles, and other publications; laboratory notes; memoranda; sound recordings and photographs; personal documents; newspaper clippings; biographies and obituaries of Franck and other...

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Frank Gazzolo photograph collection, Sept. 2-15, 1918.

Official photographs of the U.S. Government War Exposition held in Grant Park, Chicago (Ill.). Photographs were removed from the album, which was presented to Gazzolo by exposition officials. Also present in the collection are 6 items of presentation correspondence from exposition officials to Ga...

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Great Chicago Stories photograph collection, [ca. 1992]

A set of portraits of notable Chicagoans, by photographer Tom Maday, including portraits of Gwendolyn Brooks, Joe Mantegna, Roger Ebert, Sara Paretsky, Oprah Winfrey and others, which accompanied stories in the book Great Chicago Stories, published in 1994.

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Guide to the Dearborn Observatory Records, 1863-1967

Records of Dearborn Observatory, built in 1865 by the Chicago Astronomical Society and the University of Chicago and in 1889 moved to Northwestern University's Evanston campus. Dearborn Observatory was a significant contributor in the area of double star research. The records consist almost entir...

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Guide to the J. Allen Hynek (1910-1986) Papers, 1925-1988

Astronomer J. Allen Hynek led Northwestern’s Astronomy Department into the Space Age and became the nation’s foremost expert on unidentified flying objects (UFOs). He oversaw the significant expansion of Northwestern’s Astronomy Department and made important contributions to his field, most notab...

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Guide to the Robert Kennicott (1835-1865?) and Henry M. Bannister (1844-1920) Papers, 1857-1905

The Kennicott-Bannister Papers constitute a small but valuable collection, especially for the historian of American science. The bulk of the collection consists of the letters and diaries of the two explorers between 1857 and 1873. The papers of Henry Bannister are more complete than those of his...

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History of the College scrapbook No. 3, 1892-1900.

Contains programs, articles, clippings, tickets, invitations, poems, pictures/illustrations, flyers, correspondence, memos, and advertisements relating to the history of St. Ignatius College. Subjects include St. Ignatius College, Holy Family Church, baseball, athletics, Chicago history, Thomas E...

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Howe-Barnard Family Papers, 1826-1999

Correspondence, diaries, personal and professional materials, and photographs of the Howe and Barnard families, early Chicago settlers. Included are the materials of Annie L. Howe, a missionary, teacher, and founder of Glory Kindergarten and Training School in Japan, her brother, Edward G. Howe, ...


Illinois Occupational Therapy Association (IOTA) Records, 1915-1987

This collection documents the history of the Illinois Occupational Therapy Association and occupational therapy in Illinois.

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Ira Latimer papers

Correspondence, pamphlets, topical files and other papers of Ira Latimer, a Chicago news commentator for WCFL radio. Includes meeting minutes and other materials of the Chicago Civil Liberties Committee, 1930-1954, of which Latimer was a member; anti-communist materials, 1950-1973; topical files ...

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