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Erwin A. Salk multicultural collection
Erwin Arthur "Bud" Salk (June 1918-July 2000) was a businessman, civil rights activist, peace advocate, philanthropist, author and educator. The Erwin Salk Multicultural Collection contain agendas, minutes, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, by-laws, clippings, correspondence, notes, manuscripts, pamphlets, artifacts, photographs, posters, proceedings, political buttons, speeches, phonograph records, education materials, and reports spanning the mid-1930s through about 1997.
Firman House records
The Firman House was founded as an outreach mission in 1872 and became a sturctured, self-identified social service agency in 1927. The Firman House Records mainly reflect their later years as a social service organization in the City of Chicago. This collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, flyers and pamphlets, financial records, administrative records, student health records, newspaper clippings, photographs and
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee collection
The collection consists of the records of the Chicago SNCC Freedom Center, a local branch which was developed in order to establish programs attacking poverty and poor housing conditions, and to create community action projects and youth council programs. It includes mimeographed correspondence, statements, reports, articles, memoranda, press releases, minutes, programs, newsletters, bulletins, and speeches pertaining to the purposes, objectives,