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Catholic Adult Education Center records

Correspondence, financial records, newspaper clipping, meeting minutes, photographs, and other administrative records of the Catholic Adult Education Center (CAEC) in Chicago (Ill.). Included are materials from CAEC courses on intellectual and social matters, the CAEC Chicago Center for Film Study, Chicago World Peace Center, and Summer Biblical Institutes. In addition are records from Father Daniel Cantwell's work at the center

Catholic Inter-Racial Council film

Catholic Inter-Racial Council of Chicago records

CIC was established in 1945. The name is sometimes spelled Catholic Interracial Council.

Daniel J. Mallette papers

Correspondence, autobiographical and other writings, brochures, and other papers of Father Daniel J. Mallette, Jr., a priest of the Chicago Roman Catholic Archdiocese. Materials include early personal papers and memorabilia, 1941-1969; incoming correspondence from fellow clergymen, friends, students, and opponents, ca. 1950-1979; items written by Father Mallette, almost all of which were produced in 1969, including drafts of an autobiography

Friendship House (Chicago, Ill.) records

Correspondence, staff meeting materials and annual convention reports, photographs, and other records, mainly from the Catholic interracial organization Chicago Friendship House (FH) and national headquarters; together with records from Friendship Houses in Shreveport (La.), New York City, Portland (Or.), and Washington, D.C. Includes information on the operation of the Friendship Houses, known as centers, and on the policies of the

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

John Kearney papers

Bulletins, newsclippings, reports, correspondence, and political leaflets of Kearney, a Chicago teacher, Catholic social activist, and administrator of various public and private social service agencies. Topics include race relations, open residency, Hispanic empowerment, Kearney's campaign to be a delegate to the 1970 Illinois Constitutional Convention, and two organizations that Kearney served as director, Independent Voters of Illinois and Friendship House.

Marillac House (Chicago, Ill.) records

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, studies, reports, and other papers (primarily in the form of photocopies) of Marillac House, a social settlement house on the West Side of Chicago operated by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent DePaul, a Roman Catholic order. Topics include African Americans, neighborhood organizations, race relations, and social action.

Southwest Parish & Neighborhood Federation records

Meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, financial records, surveys, reports, project proposals, bulletins, newspaper clippings, and other records of the Southwest Parish and Neighborhood Federation (SPNF), an umbrella organization for eight neighborhood groups on Chicago's Southwest Side. Materials relate to administrative tasks of the organization, as well as the SPNF's programs on crime prevention, transportation, neighborhood development and preservation, housing, real