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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 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 Alicia Finkel papers contain correspondence, press clippings and publicity, miscellaneous notes, published articles by Alicia Finkel, sketches of costume and set designs, and slides.
This collection serves as a record of the life and work of Amina Wadud and as a resource for researching Islam as a religion as well as the subject of feminism. It could be useful to students studying religion or to students studying feminism in religion. A bibliography of the books in this collection that are cataloged in DePaul’s Special Collections follows this finding aid’s container list.
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.
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 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 Charles Smith papers contain drafts and typescripts of the playwright’s works.
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 Chicago Zine Fest colleciton contains zines and other publications donated to DePaul Special Collections and Archives during CZF events. Contributions to the collection come from creators, publishers, and event attendeees. The materials represent several formats and connect to various subjects. Most of the collection was produced in Chicago and the Midwest.
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.
The Claudia Allen papers contain manuscripts and drafts of Allen's works, including her essays and short stories.
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.