Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the professional career of costume designer Albert D. Tucci, with most records pertaining to specific theatrical productions. Records include original sketches and renderings for production designs, fabric swatches, and notes on character costumes, as well as photographs and slides depicting actors in Tucci's costumes. The collection also contains biographical materials, press clippings, and a scrapbook created by Tucci to document his career.
The Bella Itkin papers contain director's scripts, photographs, publicity, videotaped lectures, scrapbooks, awards, notes, class materials and syllabi, and memorial materials related to Dr. Bella Itkin.
Itkin's 1954 dissertation from Case Western University, "The Patterns of Verbal Imagery as Found in Ten Major Works of O'Neill," has been removed from the collection and cataloged within the Special Collections department. The call number is SpC.812.5 O58Yi1954.
This collection includes biographical documents, awards, and articles, playbills, photographs, set sketches, costume design sketches, reviews, and clippings from various staged performances and television productions with which Bill Hargate was involved.
The Chicago Advocates for Signed Theatre records contain minutes, correspondence, financial information, publicity, photographs, and newsletters. This collection also includes outside, non- C.A.S.T. reference materials, much of which concern disability rights of the hearing impaired.
The DePaul University Academic Program Review records contain self-study plans, self-study reports, progress reports, and additional supporting documentation submitted by departments, colleges, schools, programs, centers, and institutes during review periods conducted by the Academic Program Review Committee (APRC). The records also include meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, handbooks, and other administrative materials generated by the APRC.
This collection consists of a variety of materials relating to some faculty and staff at DePaul including: obituaries, interviews, and articles by and about the faculty or staff member. Each individual has a folder containing information about him or her. See the end of Series 001 for electronic records related to individual faculty and staff. See Series 002 for electronic bereavement notices related to DePaul faculty and staff members.
This collection includes short works on various aspects of DePaul history. The articles may or may not have been published, and some have been excerpted from more extensive sources. This collection includes audio files and digital photographs; consult with Archives staff to access electronic materials.
The Collection on DePaul University memorabilia is a collection of non-paper objects relating to the university and its history. It includes items such as clothing, jewelry, building materials, pins, magnets, and other university-produced or related objects.
Collection on DePaul University Office of the President, Administration of Reverend Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M.
This collection contains records pertaining to the presidential administration of the Reverend Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M. Materials include a recording of Fr. Holtschneider's inauguration, records of the Faculty Handbook Task Force, documentation of DePaul University's Vision 2018 strategic plan, university documents, awards, memorabilia, photographs, and other materials created or received during Father Holtschneider's presidency.
This collection consists of a variety of materials relating to presidents at DePaul including: obituaries, photographs, interviews, and articles by and about president. Each individual has a folder containing information about him.
The Collection on DePaul Women's Network contain reports, a performance summary, a management guide, and promotional materials. Four pinback buttons and a small book about Louise de Marillac and St. Vincent de Paul have been filed with the DePaul University Memorabilia Collection.
This collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, notes, and reports related to the provost and the Office of Academic Affairs.
This collection includes project proposals, engineering plans and schematics, communications and memoranda, meeting minutes and agenda, budgets, surveys and analyses, funding solicitation materials, contracts, and information and promotional materials related to the opening and operating procedures of the Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center.
This collection includes preliminary sketches, completed designs, and fabric samples for costume designs, mainly for the American Ballet Theatre productions. Additionally, it includes Aldredge's portfolio and her notes about the productions. There are also a few supplementary materials which were donated to the collection from other sources.
The Debra Evenson papers reflect the research interests of Debra Evenson. During the course of her work, Eveson gathered notes, publications, and other documentation about aspects of law, society, culture, and government in Cuba.
The Dennis Schenborn Collection on Antarctica contains correspondence, graphs, journal entries, and reports documenting several of Mary Alice McWhinnie's research trips to Antarctica in the 1970s. The collection also includes photographs, slides, and photographic negatives from Eltanin and both McMurdo and Palmer Stations. The bulk of the materials relate to 1974's Operation Deep Freeze at McMurdo Station.
The collection consists of promotional materials, meeting minutes, reports, financial documents, correspondence and memoranda, course listings, and publicity related to the American Studies program and its theme quarters. It also includes departmental publications and biographical information about guest lecturers.
This collection includes administrative files, promotional materials, event documentation, photographs, publications, memorabilia, and communications related to the Black Student Union. Included are 2000s reproductions of flyers and communications related to BSU's 1969 general strike effort and takeover of the SAC. Most material post-dates the BSU's 2000 reorganization. Since 2006, the BSU Historian or President has archived the organization's activities during their tenure.
DePaul University Buildings Photographs collection contains photographs depicting current and past buildings across all of DePaul University's campuses. The collection features interior and exterior shots of many buildings, as well as images documenting construction and demolition work.
This collection includes correspondence, marketing materials, meeting minutes and agendas, notes, proposals, and reports related to CAA operations and initiatives.
This collection contains annual reports charting the progress of the Center, informative bookmarks, event materials, publications, and information on the programs offered through the Center.