Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
World War II scrapbook containing correspondence, programs, clippings, and other papers, relating to Sutton's service as a captain in the U.S. Army Signal Corps; three presidential portrait photos; scrapbook and photo album relating to Illini Club of Chicago, members, meetings, and athletic and social events; citations and clippings relating to Sutton's service on the University of Illinois College of Commerce and Business Administration Advisory Council; and other papers
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly newspaper clippings and photos relating to Kopcha's career as a player with Chicago Bears football team in the 1930s and his involvement in various community organizations in Gary
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence (1942-1946); together with bulletins from Civilian Public Service camps, published and unpublished articles, notes, and clippings, relating to civilian public service for conscientious objectors chiefly during World War II. Includes materials relating to Chicago Conference on Social Action (1943) including conference proceedings, releases, reports, and correspondence; records and incoming correspondence of the food for Europe project carried out by the CPS Camp in Glendora, Calif. (1946); and newsletters and reports (1943-1945) of the Castaner project in Puerto Rico, conducted by Brethren Service Committee. Includes papers of Purnell H. Benson, Samuel Cooper, Henry W. Dyer, Harold S. Guetzkow, Edgar Hanawalt, Channing B. Richardson, Richard S. Sterne, Harold P. Winchester, and Curtis Zahn. Correspondents include Rex Corfman, A.J. Muste, Russel I. Smith, Evan W. Thomas, and Norman J. Whitney
Indiana State Library
Family correspondence, including letters from Howe to his fiancée and wife, Rose (Bailly) Howe, her letters to her daughters, Rose Howe (1842-1879) and Frances R. Howe (1851-1917), while they were students at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Academy, a Catholic school for girls in Vigo County, Ind., later correspondence (1861-1868) with her daughter Rose when she was living in Chicago, letters (1851-1868) of her cousin, Caroline A. Chase, in Detroit, Mich., and Windsor, Ont., letters (1859-1890) of her sister, Mother Mary Cecilia, of the Sisters of Providence, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., and letters (1869-1874) from Howe family members to relatives during their tour of Catholic shrines in Europe and Palestine; correspondence and papers (1847-1890s) relating to family investments in Chicago, and particularly correspondence (1880s) with Chicago banker and lawyer J. Young Scammon; correspondence of Frances R. Howe regarding Bailly family history and the Catholic Church in northern Indiana, and ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and literary mss., including 6 essays on the Lloyd family of Chicago and Little Compton, R.I., and typescript entitled The Eruption of Vesuvius
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,-- Archives
Correspondence, mss. of writings, publications, and other papers, relating to Chicago third-party politics, Chicago school system, summer schools at Northwestern University and University of Wisconsin, New York City schools, academic freedom, membership in "subversive" organizations, elementary and secondary education, English instruction, the teaching of reading, mass media and communications, and other topics. Includes two Ezra Pound letters and a recording made with Albert Lybyer for Illinois Progressive Party. Organizations and institutions represented include Christian Reformed Church, League for Independent Political Action, American Federation of Teachers, National Council of Teachers of English, Roosevelt College, American Education Fellowship, National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions, and Champaign-Urbana Committee to Oppose the Broyles Bills
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (1899-1948), paper by Carolyn Allers entitled John Charles Shaffer, Minor Mogul (1955), newspaper clippings (1898-1943), and albums/scrapbooks (7 v., 1887-1929) by or about the Shaffer family and the cultural, social, and political activities they were involved in, particularly Chicago Grand Opera Company
Filson Club
Family correspondence (1878-1930) tracing Yandell's life and work as an art student at Art Academy of Cincinnati, pupil of Philip Martiny and Lorado Taft in Chicago, Karl Bitter in New York, and Frederick MacMonnies and Auguste Rodin in Paris, and sculptor in New York, N.Y., and Edgartown, Mass., including letters from her widowed mother, Louise Elliston Yandell (1843-1908), concerning life in Louisville, Ky.; professional correspondence (1887-1929) concerning her career, various commissions, and social services activities, especially her work with French orphans during World War I; legal documents concerning the Yandell family estate; leases on property owned by Yandell; lectures and speeches; biographical material; genealogical material on the Yandell family; sketches and watercolors by Yandell; scrapbooks; exhibition catalogs; price lists; printed material; clippings; and other papers. Correspondents include Karl Bitter, Gutzon Borglum, David Hudson Burnham, Thomas Alexander ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, clippings, political cartoons, caricatures of Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, and Benito Mussolini, photos, and other materials, relating to Krogh's career, family, and interests. Subjects include national, state, and local political events; Krogh's Shrine activities, including El Zagal Temple in Fargo, and conventions and meetings at Grand Forks, N.D., and Chicago, Ill.; U.S. Consulate in Malmö, Sweden, where Krogh served as consul; Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park dedication; frontier life in North Dakota; House of David, a religious community in Benton Harbor, Mich.; history of Timber Lake and Mobridge, S.D., area and Wisconsin Dells, Wis.; rodeos; oxen; and Krogh family members, their residence in Fargo, and daily activities. Persons represented include Elihu Root and Theodore Roosevelt
Media Burn Independent Video Archive
Continuation of footage from Bughouse Square in Aug. 1998 (2nd videocassette of 3). Studs Terkel speaks to the crowd about Bughouse Square, specificially its history and what it represents to the people of Chicago -- Topics represented include Newberry Library and the history of Chicago. Persons represented include Mike Malloy, Leon Despres, and Kathy Kelly, an American peace activist, who tells a story about her experience being held at gunpoint by an American soldier for trespassing and planting corn on a nuclear missile site. Videomaker: Mirko Popadić


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