Found in 98 Collections and/or Records:
The DePaul University Lincoln Park Study Group records contain transcripts and cassette tapes of interviews conducted by DePaul faculty member Charles S. Suchar with residents of Lincoln Park. This collection also includes unpublished essays written by members of the Lincoln Park Study Group, as well as reports, correspondence, and other administrative materials documenting the work of the Lincoln Park Study Group.
This collection contains drafts of theatre productions and screenplays written by Douglas Post. Additional materials related to Post can be found in the Victory Gardens Theater Collection, Box 15 and Box 24.
The Elizabeth Ware papers contain the research files for Ware’s two publications as well as the exhibition materials from the 1999 exhibit at DePaul University’s John T. Richardson Library. These materials include photocopied primary and secondary sources as well as a few original primary sources. Researchers will also find photographs of the Seminary Townhomes commissioned by Ware in 1993 and her research notes.
The Elmer Maas Plowshares collection dates from the 1940s to 2005, with the majority of materials starting in the 1970s. The collection is separated into two series: Plowshares and Legal Research Files. The Plowshares series includes files about specific actions, general information about Plowshares, writings by Maas, photographs, and videos. The Legal Research Files include various files Elmer Maas maintained about legal topics such as justification and jury nullification.
This collection contains documentation of the history of the Fournier Institute of Technology, correspondence and memoranda, handbooks, memorabilia, speeches delivered by Arthur J. Schmitt, publications and photographs. Also included in this collection are legal documents from the Arthur J. Schmitt Foundation and from the Fournier Institute of Technology.
Spanning nearly a century, the papers of Frederick Biehl contain his correspondence, various spiritual discourses, research material, religious memorabilia, and photographs. Included in the collection are materials linking Biehl with the excommunicated Episcopalian Bishop William Montgomery Brown; George Grimm, author of The Doctrine of the Buddha, The Religion of Reason and Meditation and the international spy I.T. Trebitsch Lincoln.
The Harry F. Chaddick papers include documentation about the shopping malls Chaddick developed, the zoning laws he created, and the city plans he advanced. The collection consists of plans, maps, photographs, building codes, and zoning proposals. It begins with biographical information about Chaddick, including planning materials for his autobiography.
The Jack Farwick collection is a series of photographs of the DePaul University Lincoln Park Campus and neighborhood buildings taken in the 2000s. It includes photographs of the demolition of the DePaul Alumni Center, the Baby Factory on Fullerton and Racine, and the construction of the Lincoln Park Campus Student Center.
This collection is composed primarily of personal zines but also includes zines on other subjects such as comics, literature/poetry, music, special interests, zine related resources, and women’s issues. Although Moseley’s zine Semi Bold is not featured in this collection, back issues can be found in the Chicago Great Lakes Underground Press Collection.
The Kim Nolan zine collection is a mixture of zines created from 1986 to 1997. Nolan’s involvement in the early 1990s hardcore and straight-edge music scene, as well as her interest in feminism and activism, is evident throughout the collection.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Grant Hospital records consist of meeting minutes, financial statements, and annual reports. These materials are bound in books, each spanning several years.
The Latino Policy Forum records primarily document the strategic planning and expansion of the organization’s focus that occurred in the mid-2000s. The records include meeting minutes, strategic planning documents, research findings and policy recommendations on key issues identified by the organization: education, housing, and immigration.
The Central Neighborhood Association records include governing documents and correspondence related to the organization and its activities. Newsletters, minutes of community, CAPS, and board meetings, and materials documenting community events are also part of this collection. Documents relating to Children's Memorial Hospital, Oz Park, the St. Vincent DePaul Center, and Lincoln Park High School have been interfiled with the Lincoln Park Conservation Association Records.
The Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce Records contain by-laws, newsletters, correspondence, membership lists, reports, press releases, publicity, photographs, and memorabilia created by or documenting the activities of the LPCC. This collection also contains materials related to neighborhood events, urban renewal efforts, and various LPCC committees.
The LPCCC records consist of meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, memos and other organizational papers. Documents related to land use and planning are also included.
The Lincoln Park Community Research Initiative records consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings and materials documenting various events organized by LPCRI. Audiovisual materials and oral history transcripts are also part of this collection.