Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
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 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.
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.
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 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.