Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
The 1999 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Cape Town records document the planning process as well as the event’s programs, sessions, and participants. The bulk of the collection consists of publications, planning documents, fundraising materials, and publicity items. Records also include photographs, memorabilia, and materials about ongoing initiatives inspired by the parliament.
This collection contains zines and other materials mostly created and/or distributed by Anthony Rayson through his South Chicago ABC Zine Distro. Most zines, artwork, and other materials in the collection contain political, anarchist, and/or social justice-related commentary and imagery.
This collection documents the activities of the non-profit organization Ars Musica Chicago. The records include governance documents, administrative reports, concert music and research notes, concert programs and recordings, applications for grants to fund the organization, and workshop materials. The collection also includes materials related to founding board member Enrique Alberto Arias’ research on Vicomte Fernand de Beaufranchet, the composer of the Vincent de Paul Oratorio.
This collection represents Batya Goldman's personal collection of zines and is composed primarily of comic and poetry zines. It also includes zines on other subjects such as art, culture, erotica, literature, music, personal, zine related resources, social/political issues, and special interests.
This collection contains correspondence, contracts, early writings, manuscripts, proofs, and much of the journalism of Bill Granger as a Chicago reporter, newspaper columnist, and novelist. It also includes personal documents, photographs, and childhood items.
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.
Donated zines from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin are added to the collection. No attempt is made to collect all issues of any one title; rather the collection reflects the ephemeral nature of the zines, broadly representing various types of publication in the geographic area of Illinois and of the rest of the Midwest. These parameters are reflected in the arrangement of the collection.
This collection was assembled by a neighborhood resident during her work on various advisory boards and citizen action groups in the Old Town Triangle neighborhood during the 1980s and 1990s. In the course of her work she received and retained Park District reports, correspondence, and files. This collection consists of her personal files from this period. Records include correspondence, newsletters, programs, maps, and many other materials from the 1930s to the 1990s.
The collection includes research materials Rowe created or gathered for The Book of Zines: Readings from the Fringe. The collection includes zines, correspondence, and questionnaires sent to zine creators asking them to document what inspired them to launch their zine, why publish, tips for aspiring zinesters, and to list their favorite zines.
This collection documents the activities of the Lincoln Park Advisory Council. LPAC materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, by-laws, financial reports, newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, guidelines, member and committee lists, and papers from various organization committees.
The Lincoln Park Steering Committee records consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, membership lists, by-laws, financial documents, reports, and other administrative records generated by the LPSC as a whole or one of its many task forces. This collection also includes publicity related to the work of LPSC and a copy of the group's Lincoln Park Management and Restoration Plan.
The Collection on McCormick Theological Seminary is an assembled collection. In the 1990s, Special Collections and Archives staff identified materials in the DePaul University Archives and Lincoln Park Conservation Association records about the seminary. These documents were gathered together with the goal to assist researchers in easily locating these sources. Additional materials purchased in the 2000s by Rev. Edward Udovic, C.M. were integrated into the collection.
The Collection on Peace Activism brings together several donations received from individuals associated with members of the Berrigan family and others involved with peace activism. Created in March 2014, this collection contains correspondence, publications, and ephemera documenting peace activism and activists.
The Collection on St. Vincent de Paul Center contains correspondence, annual reports, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
The Collection on the 2004 Parliament of the World’s Religion documents the planning process as well as the event’s programs, sessions, and participants. Records include correspondence, programs, publications, and memorabilia. The collection also contains written summaries of sessions attended by DePaul University School for New Learning students.
This collection documents the activities of the non-profit organization Companions Journeying Together, Inc. to fulfill its mission of preserving familial relations once a parent is imprisoned. The records span the dates 1979-2013 and include governance documents, administrative reports, program records, media coverage, grant applications, and Jana Minor’s operational files.