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Coach Jim Brown of DuSable High School collection of visual materials, [ca. 1940-2002]

Photographs relating to the career of Coach Jim Brown, who coached football, baseball, and basketball teams and taught at DuSable High School (Chicago, Ill.) in the 1950s and 1960s. Images include his George Williams College Graduating Class of 1949; Jim Brown playing baseball for the Great Lakes...

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Inactive Resource Files, 1935-1991

The Inactive Resource Files of the Office of Public Relations comprises 1.75 linear feet spanning the years 1935 to 1991 (bulk 1961-1985) and include newsclippings, memos, corerspondence, photocopies, reports, histories, sheet music, and press releases. Of special note in the O'Hara, Tom file is ...

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March madness : the official video history of the IHSA basketball tournament since 1908, 1989.

Includes a history of the Illinois High School Association basketball tournaments showing the teams, players, coaches, and the greatest moments. Features Lou Boudreau, Quinn Buckner, Paul and Phil Judson, Isiah Thomas, Dike Eddleman, and others. Includes high schools from Illinois cities, such as...

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For the record, 1989 Mar. 9.

A "slice of life" at Homewood-Flossmoor High School on March 9, 1984, including school announcements, students' comments, an award ceremony, and a boys' basketball game. The high school serves Homewood, Flossmoor, and other south suburbs of Chicago (Ill.) and is located at 999 Kedzie Avenue, Flos...

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Kendall College of Physical Education records

Publications, a program, and photographic materials documenting the physical structures and activities of kendall College of Physical Education at 5046 S. Greenwood Avenue, in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago, IL.

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Jim Brown papers

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, award certificates and other papers relating to the life and career of Jim Brown, DuSable High School teacher and coach of football, baseball, and basketball teams circa 1950-1980. Brown graduated from George Williams College in 1949; coached the DuSable team ...

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PACE Associates (1946-1968) Records, 1924-2009

PACE Associates was founded in January 1946 by Charles B. Genther, Wilbur H. Binford, William B. Cobb, and John Kausal. The firm's first projects were collaborations with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, including the Promontory Apartments, Algonquin Apartments, and 860-880 North La...

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Merriam, Robert E. Papers, 1918-1984

Robert E. Merriam (1918-1988), historian and politician. Papers include personal and professional correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and offprints of published and unpublished historical and political writings, and speech transcripts. The papers span Merriam's career and document his World War I...

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General Counsel records, 1884-1989

The General Counsel records consist of 7.25 linear feet spanning the years 1884 to 1989, with the bulk of materials being from 1906 to 1970, and include correspondence; property deeds and title abstracts; articles of incorporation, charters, and by-laws; minutes and resolutions; affiliation agree...

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Guide to Lincoln Park Conservation Association Records

The Lincoln Park Conservation Association (LPCA) Records contain reports, minutes of community meetings, correspondence, maps, photographs, promotional materials, publicity, financial records, and publications of the LPCA and of its seven affiliated neighborhood associations, the Lincoln Central ...

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Student Publications, 1935-2007

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R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company. Archive, 1844-2005

Founded in Chicago in 1864 by Canadian immigrant Richard Robert Donnelley, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company is a leading global provider of printing and print-related services. The archive contains business records, product samples and promotional material, biographical files and personal papers, hi...


Native American Educational Services. Chicago Community Agencies. Records, 1892-2001

This collection consists of materials from organizations in the Chicago area that somehow relate to American Indian life. There are, in particular, a lot of materials about the O-Wai-Ya-Wa school, the St. Augustine's center, sports mascots, holidays and conferences. The collection forms part of t...

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Ira Berkow Records, Bulk, 1970-1975

Ira Berkow has been an active member in the public campaign to save the Maxwell St. Marketplace. This collection consists of tapes and transcripts of the interviews pertaining to Maxwell St. Market, the Near West Side neighborhood residents, Jewish immigrants, sweatshop laborers and the tenement ...

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Grace Mary Stern papers, 1968-1997

Grace Mary Stern's 30-year career in public service included terms as assistant township supervisor for Deerfield Township, County Clerk, Illinois State Representative, and Illinois Senator. This collection begins in 1966 and continues on to 1997.

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A Century of Progress - Series II: Government Correspondence

A Century of Progress International Exposition was held in Chicago during the summers of 1933 and 1934 to commemorate the incorporation of the city in 1833. This collection consists of the extant operating records of A Century Progress World's Fair.

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Richard M. Daley Papers, Series 4: Correspondence Unit, Bulk, 2000-2009

This collection holds the official papers of Richard M. Daley (Mayor of Chicago, 1989-2011). It contains correspondence, memoranda, news releases, newspaper clippings, speeches, reports, photographs, audiovisual recordings, digital media, artifacts and ephemera.

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Forest Preserve District of Cook County records, Series III: Records from the Departments of Maintenance and Conservation, 1914-2011

The Forest Preserve District of Cook County was created in 1914 with a mandate to “protect and preserve” the forests of Cook County. By 2004, the district had acquired more than 67,000 acres of forest lands. This collection contains the records of the district and other records that are relevant ...

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Youth Communication Chicago Collection, 1977 - 2010

Youth Communication Chicago (YCC) is an non-profit organization established in 1976 to foster the art of journalism among urban minority high school students. Youth Communication Chicago offices were located at Columbia College Chicago until 2011. YCC collaborates with local college students and ...

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Guide to the Dennis Brutus (1924-2009) Papers, 1960-1984

Dennis Brutus, poet and South African expatriate, was an activist, working for an end to racial segregation in sport. The Dennis Brutus Papers comprise correspondence, papers associated with specific organizations and events, and numerous drafts of poems, both handwritten and typed.

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Bruce A. Goff (1904-1982) Archive, 1893-2003

American architect and artist Bruce Goff's professional career and private life is documented through images, papers, audio and video tapes, realia and ephemera. Materials relating to Goff's family, friends, colleagues, students, and clients are also represented.

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Arthur Siegel (1913-1978) Papers, 1927-1985

A large and comprehensive collection of materials document the career of Chicago photographer and educator Arthur Siegel (1913-1978).

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Richard M. Daley Papers, Series 3: Press Office, 1989-2006

This collection holds the official papers of Richard M. Daley (Mayor of Chicago, 1989-2011). It contains correspondence, memoranda, news releases, newspaper clippings, speeches, reports, photographs, audiovisual recordings, digital media, artifacts and ephemera.

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Zwiefka Family Dance Papers, 1890-1987

Materials related to Evelyn Zwiefka's, Grace Zwiefka Thuis's, and Diane Lewandowski's dance instruction in Chicago primarily through the Chicago Park District and the Chicago Public School District. The women specialized in ballet, folk, Hawiian, Polish, and Spanish dance.

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