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John A. McDermott papers

Correspondence, clippings, speeches and other materials documenting the life and career of John A. McDermott, an urban affairs and civil rights advocate who founded The Chicago Reporter in 1972, served as chairman of CONDUCT (Committee on Decent Unbiased Campaign Tactics) from 1984 to 1990, and served as executive director of the Catholic Interracial Council (CIC). In addition to the Catholic

Thing Magazine records

Correspondence, periodicals, news clippings, interview transcripts, mailing lists, performance fliers, location fliers, creative submissions, research files, artwork, posters, office collage material, and other materials related to Thing, Think Ink, LGBTQ+ culture, the drag scene, Black culture, and the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Contained in this collection are many files used in the production of Thing, including photo spreads. This collection also contains