University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
George F. Thoma, musician. The George F. Thoma Collection contains photographs of various members of the Artie Shaw Band at the navy barracks of Pearl Harbor in 1943
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
This collection contains the planning and promotional materials for the 57th Street Art Fair, including meeting minutes, reports, posters, textiles, banners and buttons
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Consists of material related to both his academic and political careers, including correspondence, policy proposals, government task force reports, press releases, teaching materials, and writings
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
A complete manuscript transcription of Rasselas, 242 pages plus blanks, beginning with the contents completed by Ennys Evans
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Photostats of the three known manuscripts of Alfonso el Sabio's 13th century Spanish law code "Setenario", in three bound volumes and one unbound photostat. The first, located in the Cathedral of Toledo (77 leaves), dated from 14th century. The second, located in the Library of the Escorial (106 pages of double pages), dated from around 1400. The third, located in the National Spanish Library (204 leaves of double pages, unbound), dated from 1752. These photocopies were made for the use of the University of Chicago professor Hayward Keniston and were subsequently used by professor K. Vanderford in his doctoral research. Also in this collection: 1945 printed edition of the manuscript prepared by prof. Kenneth Vanderford, published in Buenos Aires
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Phoebe Jacobs, Executive Vice President of The Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, Inc. The Phoebe Jacobs Papers contain correspondence, announcements, brochures, advertisements, articles, event ephemera, and press kits
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
William David Grene (1913-2002) was a professor of classics, translator of Greek literature, and founding member of the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought. Spanning the years 1948-2002, Grene's papers include lecture notes, drafts of articles and translations, student material, work by Grene's colleagues, editorial material, administrative records, personal items, and audio and video recordings
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Description of a journey around the island of Hondo, Japan
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Consists of magazines, newspapers, journals, newsletters, and other publications of music, jazz, and blues
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Consists of reports from 1967-1968, when the Center was working with The Woodlawn Association (TWO) to develop the Woodlawn Model Cities Plan