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Corrine Brown papers

Corrine Brown was an African American business woman in the Bronzeville neighborhood in Chicago.

Henry Butler papers

The Livery Business records at the Evanston History Center span the dates 1898 to 1942 and fill one archival box. The records are very, very sparse and incomplete. The bulk of the records that are here pertain mainly to Henry Butler and his silent partner Margaret Fisher, who co-owned the Butler Livery. Henry provided the manual labor cared for the

Lewis, Eva Overton and Julian Herman Lewis, MD, PhD Collection

Julian Herman Lewis (1891-1989) was a pathologist, educator, and author of The Biology of the Negro (1942), a groundbreaking investigation of contemporary scientific data and literature on African-American physiology and pathology that resisted and rebuked scientific notions of racial inferiority. His wife, Eva Overton Lewis (1893-1945), was the daughter of entrepreneur Anthony Overton and a graduate of the University of