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Views of residents of Chicago Housing Authority’s Ida B. Wells, Clarence Darrow, and Madden Park Homes. Includes informal portraits of residents inside and outside their apartments as well as exterior views of the buildings, including scenes of building demolition and residents with Congressman Barack Obama. The artist’s statement as well as detailed descriptions and narratives of the photographs by Smith
Photographs of residents of apartments in the Rogers Park community area of Chicago (Ill.) whose rents were subsidized through the Chicago Housing Authority’s Section 8 program, allowing them to relocate from public housing projects that were in the process of being dismantled. Includes informal portraits of people inside their homes, usually posing or interacting with family members.
John Munn married Mary Jane Buchanan Meek in 1838, and they had two children while residing in Canton, Mississippi (Charles and Mary) and two more children after moving, in 1849, to Utica, N.Y., George (1851-1907) and Sarah. Munn's nephew was Henry Clark, a Chicago lawyer; Munn's son-in-law and executor of his estate was Joseph M. Cook.
Oral history interviews of staff and residents of Stateway Gardens, one of the Chicago Housing Authority's facilities in Chicago (Ill.). Topics include family, children, and daily life in public housing.