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Anne Zimmerman papers, 1942-2003

Collection includes material from Anne Zimmerman’s career in Montana, California, and Illinois, including her years at Loyola University in Chicago. It includes documents from her involvement with the California State Nurses’ Association (CSNA, now the CNA), the Illinois Nurses’ Association (INA)...

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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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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 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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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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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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John Crerar Library. Records, 1856-1984

Records of the John Crerar Library from its establishment in 1894 through its move to the University of Chicago in 1984.

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Medical Pamphlet and Ephemera collection, 1818-1997

A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets, catalogs, ephemera, reprints, and other material containing information on a variety of topics related to medicine, nursing, and pharmacy. Much of the material is related to Chicago or the state of Illinois.

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Merriam, Charles E. Papers, 1893-1957

Charles E. Merriam, professor of Political Science and politician. Candidate for mayor of Chicago, 1911 and 1919. Founder, Social Science Research Council, 1924. Contains personal and professional correspondence; manuscripts; class notes Merriam took as a student; memoranda; election campaign mat...

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Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association records, 1949-2007

The Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association is a professional association of medical librarians from states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. The records of the Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association document its a...

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Philosophical Society of Chicago record books

Record books of the Philosophical Society of Chicago (founded 1873 Oct. 11) contain in vol. 1: a list of members, their addresses, and dues paid, with a printed copy of the constitution and by-laws of the society and a list of officers placed in the back, and in vol. 2: a list of presidents and a...

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Photographs of lunch and dinner parties in Chicago (Ill.), [ca. 1940-1949]

Includes images of the tables and participants at various lunches and dinners, probably held in Chicago (Ill.). Some images show Major Lenox R. Lohr, then president of the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) and other MSI staff members. One image is identified as the Ranglers Club luncheon at th...

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United States Government War Exposition photograph album, 1918 Sept. 2-15.

Photographs of advertisements, structures, events, panoramic views of crowds and grounds of the exposition held in Chicago's Grant Park. Includes scenes of booths regarding the American Red Cross and food conservation. One scene shows a Salvation Army facility in the trenches. Soldiers are shown ...

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University of Chicago. Cityspace: The Past of Urban Renewal and the Future of Community Development. Records, 2004

"Cityspace: The Past of Urban Renewal and the Future of Community Development" was a conference hosted by the University of Chicago on April 9 and 10, 2004. The conference was designed to "combine perspective of both scholars and community activists and practitioners to uncover new and exciting w...

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