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Chicago Hearing Society photograph collection, 1910-1982.

Over 300 images that chronicle the history of the Chicago Hearing Society (CHS), which include various activities (bazaars, costume parties, plays and other entertainment productions, camping trips, CHS anniversaries, etc.), lipreading classes from ca. 1938 to ca. 1973 taught by Torrey and other ...

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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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Foundation for Developmentally Disabled Children records, 1929-1991, bulk 1945-1988

Meeting minutes, financial records, committee reports, newsletters, correspondence, publicity and fundraising materials, scrapbooks, and other records of the Foundation for Developmentally Disabled Children (FDDC) and its predecessor organizations affiliated with Michael Reese Hospital i...

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Infant Welfare Society of Chicago collection of visual materials

Collection of views of activities of Chicago's IWS, a social service organization which resulted from a merger of the Milk Commission of Chicago and the Children's Hospital Society. Includes scenes at IWS stations with mothers and children being examined by health care staff. Photoprints and lant...

Medical Pamphlet and Ephemera collection, 1851-1998

This collection contains a large number of small collections from multiple accessions. These include small manuscripts, ephemera, memorabilia, written reports, publications, and other items or documents containing information on a variety of topics related to medicine, nursing, and pharmacy. Much...

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Midwest Nursing Research Society records, 1977-2015

This collection documents the history and activities of the Midwest Nursing Research Society and its presidents.

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