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Dr. Preston Bradley papers

The collection contains correspondence, diaries, lectures, essays, sermons, minutes, scrapbooks, and clippings as well as published and unpublished writings. Dr. Preston Bradley was the founder of the Peoples Church of Chicago. In 1912, Dr. Bradley withdrew from the Presbyterian ministry to establish an independent church based on a creed of "the Good, the True, and the Beautiful." The Peoples Church

Martin H. Kennelly papers

Martin H. Kennelly (1887-1961) served as the mayor of Chicago from 1947 until 1955. The Martin H. Kennelly Papers consists primarily of speeches, correspondence, and newspaper clippings from Kennelly's three campaigns for the Chicago mayoralty and his eight years in office, from 1947-1955. In addition, there are materials relating to Kennelly's business ventures and to his tenure as the head