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Abbott, Edith and Grace. Papers, 1870-1967

Edith Abbott received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1905 and was a resident of Hull House until 1920. She served as Associate Director of the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy at the University of Chicago and also served as dean. She died in 1957. Grace Abbott received her P...

Adena Miller Rich papers, 1905-1961

After Jane Addams' death in 1935, Adena Miller Rich took over the position of head resident of Hull House. The Adena Miller Rich papers include Hull House records, official correspondence, letters, memos, memorial services, statistical reports, Board of Trustees papers, membership lists, events a...

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Adult Education Council of Greater Chicago records, 1928-1975

The Adult Education Council of Greater Chicago was established in 1924 and incorporated in 1925 as the Chicago Forum Council. The purpose was "to promote understanding and good will by bringing people of different groups into friendly association with each other for discussion of problems related...

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Albany Park Community Council records

Correspondence, minutes, by-laws, constitution revisions, newspaper clippings (1956), programs (1956), 39th Ward map, Teen-Parent Conference records (1956), contact list for presidents (1949-1956), invitation to May 1956 annual meeting, and other records of the Albany Park Community Council, a co...

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Alcoholics Anonymous, Chicago Area Chapter records

Correspondence (originals and photocopies), minutes, newspaper clippings, newsletters, life histories, and sound recordings (1959-1989) of oral histories by members of the Chicago Area Chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous and of conference sessions and speeches.

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Alma Petersen papers

Correspondence, research files, photographs, and other papers of Alma C. Schmidt Petersen and her husband William Petersen, a professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. Most of the collection are records from medical and social service organizations in which Alma Petersen partic...

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American Women's Voluntary Services, Chicago Metropolitan unit records, 1942-1987, bulk 1942-1960

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, scrapbooks, and annual reports of the American Women's Voluntary Services (AWVS), Chicago Metropolitan Unit. Collection includes correspondence with members of the Chicago Metropolitan Unit of AWVS and allied organizations, 1943-1983; board min...

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American Women's Voluntary Services visual materials

Primarily photographs of nurseries in Chicago and in Hines (Ill.), staff and volunteers, military personnel, and various activities, such as fundraisers and book drives of the American Women's Voluntary Services (AWVS). Also present are AWVS Christmas cards.

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Ann Stull Papers

Ann Stull was director of Friendship House in Chicago from 1951 to 1955. Friendship House was a Roman Catholic mission that preached and practiced racial tolerance in the pre-civil rights era. Her collection of rare serials and newspaper clippings documents racism, Catholicism's involvement in in...

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Annie McClure Hitchcock papers

Letter by Annie McClure Hitchcock from Hyde Park (Ill.), to Mrs. Jewell, Boston (Mass.). Discusses charitable work and needs in Chicago (Ill.) after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, especially the work of Jessie Bross and Mrs. Joseph Medill (1871 December 8, ALS, 14 pages)

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Anthony Sorrentino papers, part 1 and part 2

Part 1 contains biographical materials, correspondence, articles, manuscripts, reports, studies, minutes, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and other papers of Anthony Sorrentino, a Chicago sociologist, scholar, and civic leader of Italian descent. Included are articles and reports wri...

Asian Human Services of Chicago records, 1978-1996

Reports, press releases, correspondence, newsletters, meeting minutes, topical files, other printed materials, court documents, and other records of Asian Human Services of Chicago, an organization established in 1978 to analyze needs and provide social services for Asians in Chicago near ...

Association House of Chicago records, 1899-1972

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, staff handbooks, workshop materials, program reports, staff evaluations, newsletters, scrapbooks of newsclippings, and other materials created by staff, board members, community groups, and support groups affiliated with Association House, a Pr...

Association House of Chicago visual materials, ca. 1900-1964

Black-and-white and color photographic prints and negatives, photographic albums, postcards, photostats, clippings, and drawing related to residents, members, and activities of the Association House of Chicago in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago. Images depict children in groups, at...

Bethlehem Howell Neighborhood Center collection, 1894-1969

Bethlehem Center and Howell House were church-related neighborhood houses serving the Pilsen area on the Near West Side. They provided religious, social services, and personal welfare assistance to an immigrant community composed predominantly of Bohemians, Poles, and Czechs. The two centers coop...

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Breckinridge, Sophonisba P. Papers, 1905-1949

Sophonisba P. Breckinridge (1866-1948) was a social scientist and social work educator. The papers include manuscripts of her unfinished autobiography which describes residents at Hull House; correspondence; newspaper clippings; data from a study on Americanization (1918-1919); and sales and roya...

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Business and Professional Women's Club of Oak Park, Illinois, records

Scrapbooks (2 vol.) of newsclippings, photographs, dinner programs, and copies of "Echoes," the board minutes and meeting calls from 1958-1959; and a file on the Women's Share in Public Service organization of Chicago, including its meeting calls, board meeting minutes, and newsletters, 1987-1990.

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Cafferty, Pastora San Juan. Papers, 1919-1982

Pastora San Juan Cafferty , urban planning researcher at the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration and National Opinion Research Center, with a focus on race and ethnicity in the United States. The collection contains teaching materials, and material on urban policy plan...

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Cathedral Shelter of Chicago records, 1921-1970

The Cathedral Shelter was established in 1919 as a social service agency of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago. The collection consists of annual reports, case files, correspondence, by-laws, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, and published material pertaining to the operation ...

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Catholic Charities collection, 1940-1950

Catholic Charities is a network of charitable organizations in the United States consisting of more than 1,600 community based organizations, often sponsored by the local Roman Catholic religious hierarchy. The Catholic Charities Collection consists of two extensive reports regarding activities i...

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Center on Halsted architectural materials

Elevations and floor plans for the Center on Halsted's building at 3656 North Halsted, which opened in 2007. Floor plans include versions issued by Gensler for conceptual design, design development, and owner's review.

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Center on Halsted records, 1999-2007, bulk 2000-2007

Board minutes, fundraising and benefit materials, and administrative papers of the Center on Halsted, a social service organization for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in Chicago, about planning, consolidating and extending social and health services in a ...

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Center on Halsted visual materials

Color architectural and design presentation boards (9) and digital photographic print (1) related to the planning and grand opening of the Center on Halsted's new building at 3656 North Halsted (opened in 2007). Photograph depicts the building ribbon cutting ceremony in June 2007. Presentation bo...

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Charitable Institutions collection, 1871-1897

The Charitable Institutions collection reflects an array of charitable work throughout the state of Illinois during the late 19th century. Materials primarily include annual and biennial reports, legislative reports, and constitutions.

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