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The records of the Chicago Teachers Union are primarily textual and include meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, reports, financial information, contracts, publications, clippings, flyers, scrapbooks, materials for mass distribution, and general office files created by the CTU, the Men’s Teachers Union, the Federation of Women High School Teachers, the Joint Board of Teachers’ Unions and the American Federation of Teachers.
Correspondence, photographs, grant proposals, speeches, board minutes, surveys, publications, and training materials of the Cross City Campaign for Urban School Reform (CCCUSR). Notable items in the collection include raw data and interviews gathered for publications examining testing in six cities.
Founded by life-long Evanston, Illinois resident Melvin S. Smith in 1941, the Evanston Newsette covered the African-American experience on the Illinois North Shore and the life of former Evanston residents living outside Illinois. Published by Smith, the weekly newspaper ran from 1941 to 1942, when it went on hiatus, and resumed in 1946, continuing until 1950. The Evanston Newsette publications
The Evanston-area Lifestyle Publications collection is comprised of issues of local interest magazines, Exposure and What's Happening. Published monthly, these publications report on community happenings, local activities, music, church, and business news.
Correspondence, publications, programs, legal documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, and writings by and about Judge Sidney A. Jones, Jr., attorney, alderman of the 6th Ward, Cook County Circuit Court judge, and mayoral appointee as director of the Mayor's License Commission under Mayor Harold Washington in the 1980s. A portion of the collection documents his involvement in various fraternities, clubs, and religious
Reports, publications, correspondence, memoranda, briefings, research materials, and newspaper clippings comprising the papers of Kale Williams, former director of the Midwest Office of the American Friends Service Committee and the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities. In 1951, he began his career with the American Friends Service Committee. Williams also worked as a part of the Chicago Freedom Movement with
Meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, legal documents, newsletters, press releases, newspaper clippings, neighborhood maps, publications, and other records of the Lawndale Community Committee (LCC), a Chicago (Ill.) neighborhood organization that sponsored programs and activities associated with the Fillmore Youth Center. Includes materials regarding consultant director John T. Harris; and administrative files involving other Lawndale organizations, such as the Near West Side
Scrapbooks, meetings, minutes, newsletters, programs, scripts, publications, publicity materials, correspondence, and other materials documenting Lois Weisberg's personal and professional activities. Materials document Weisberg’s roles in and the activities of the South Shore Railroad advocacy organization; the Harold Washington administration, the Chicago chapter of the George Bernard Shaw Society; Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs, where she served as the first Commissioner;
The Office of Publications supports the mission of the University by producing key publications, which keep alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Chicago State University informed about the main events, developments and success of the University. The office is responsible for seeing that the university’s wordmark and seal are used correctly and that other graphic design elements are implemented. This