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Aaron H. Payne papers

Aaron H. Payne (1901 to 1994) was a Chicago-area attorney and civic activist. In 1926, after studying law at the University of Chicago Law School, he was admitted to the Bar of the State of Illinois. Three years later Payne served as Assistant City Prosecutor, Assistant Corporate Counsel, and Arbitrator for the Illinois Industrial Commission. In addition, he served for

Patrick B. and Annabel Carey Prescott papers

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, biographical material, and newsletters related to Patrick B. and Annabelle Carey Prescott. Patrick Prescott’s papers relate to his career as lawyer, politician, and Judge of the Municipal Court of Chicago (Ill.), including his run for Republican Congressmen (circa 1944). Also included are materials from Prescott’s involvement with the Four Minute Men (1917-1918) including certificates, correspondence, and fliers.