Found in 98 Collections and/or Records:
The Little Brothers of the Poor records include materials produced or collected by staff members of the Chicago Chapter. The bulk of the collection includes newspaper clippings, annual reports, and photographs that span the 1950s to the early 1980s.
This collection serves as a record of the life and work of Lois Nettleton and as a resource for those researching acting as a profession. The collection includes correspondence, press clippings, scripts (frequently annotated by Nettleton), call sheets for film and television, and programs for plays, photographs, videocassettes of performances and TV appearances, and memorabilia.
The Lonnie Carter papers contain biographical information including copies of his resume, correspondence related to his work as a playwright, both published and unpublished writings, short satirical pieces and full-length scripts of his plays, and personal notebooks Carter used to record ideas about his plays and reflections on life experiences.
The Louis Szathmáry papers consist of photographs and publications demonstrating Chef Louis Szathmáry's fame as a restaurateur and a bibliophile. It also includes correspondence, promotional materials, and documentation of events and exhibits honoring Szathmáry at Johnson & Wales University's Culinary Arts Museum.
This collection documents the professional career of M. Cherif Bassiouni. The papers include publications written by Bassiouni, correspondence, as well as awards and honors he received. Files documenting Bassiouni’s work to establish the International Criminal Court (ICC) and DePaul University’s International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI) are also included. The files also include documentation about IHRLI and Bassiouni’s involvement with the United Nations Yugoslavia Commission.
The zines in the Michelle Luellen zine collection are separated into various topical categories including comics, culture, literature, personal, queer, socio-political, special interest, and women's issues. The majority of the zines in this collection are Personal zines.
The Mid-North Association records contain newsletters, pamphlets, brochures, flyers, by-laws, meeting minutes, photographs, correspondence, reports, articles, budget and income statements, summaries, planning documents, news clippings, newspaper articles, amendments to zoning ordinances, final agreements, surveys, blueprints parking and traffic studies, case studies, maps, proposals, constitutions, proposals, memorabilia, floor plans, drawings, maps, fact sheets, and permits.
The records include narratives and papers written about MLEA, newsletters, flyers, press releases, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia. The collection consists primarily of operational files, including meeting minutes, memos, and reports. The collection also contains documents related to outside organizations.
The Murray Polner papers reflect the research of Polner as he wrote Disarmed and Dangerous: The Radical Life and Times of Daniel and Philip Berrigan. Research materials for the book included in this collection were primarily gathered by Polner in 1993-1996 from publications, archives, the Berrigan family, those who knew them, and Polner's collection of materials on the peace and anti-nuclear movements. Reactions to the release of Disarmed and Dangerous are also included.
This collection contains general information relating to Patricca's career and his involvement in the arts, personal correspondence, correspondence specific to each play's production, published editions of Patricca's works, his poetry and videos of interviews and performances.
The Old Town Triangle Association records consist of governing and financial documentation, meeting minutes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, newsletters, pamphlets and newspaper clippings related to or issued by the Old Town Triangle Association. The collection also includes files documenting the process of becoming a nationally registered historic district.
This collection contains materials donated by individuals involved with Orthodox Christian Laity, as well as materials transferred by the organization itself. The organization’s purpose, governance, membership and activities are evidenced in administrative and financial documents, as well as in meeting agendas and minutes, and programs, publicity and publications.
The Park West Neighborhood Association records consist of governing and financial documentation, meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, newsletters, pamphlets, photographs, and newspaper clippings related to or issued by the Park West Neighborhood Association. Topics of concern to the Association include community safety, urban renewal, traffic, and neighborhood events.
The RANCH Triangle Association records contain governing and financial documentation, meeting minutes, correspondence, memos, reports, newsletters, pamphlets and newspaper clippings related to or issued by the RANCH Triangle Association. A significant portion of this collection is dedicated to the issue of urban renewal in the RANCH area.
The Rev. James Brockman, S.J. papers document Fr. Brockman’s work in Central and South America. The bulk of his papers include research files about Archbishop Oscar Romero. The collection contains materials created or gathered by Fr. Brockman such as correspondence, personal notes, publications, newspaper clippings and articles, research materials, photographs, and posters.
This collection documents the professional career of Rick Cluchey, with historical information, production materials, scripts, press releases, reviews, and videos of productions. The collection also documents the relationship between Cluchey and Samuel Beckett, through incoming and outgoing correspondence, and memorabilia including writings, uncashed checks written by Beckett, and a pair of slippers given to Cluchey by Beckett to be used during his performance in Krapp’s Last Tape.
The Sheffield Neighborhood Association (SNA) records document the activities of the organization. The most substantial series of the collection documents the Garden Walk. The Sheffield Garden Walk is an annual event which began in 1969 to raise money for the community. Materials in the collection also document various beatification projects in the neighborhood such as Trebes Park which was renovated in 1992 with funds from the Garden Walk and the Dorothy Melamerson Trust.
The files are comprised of correspondence and articles by those who contributed to the Journal, and also of those who attended the conferences lead by David Chappell. The files also include related religious programs and journals affiliated with the Buddhist-Christians, as well as paperwork on programs and academics at University of Hawaii.
This collection contains records generated by or related to the activities of St. Pauls United Church of Christ in Chicago. Records include newletters, booklets, photographs, publicity, and ephemera.