Chicago (Ill.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Chicago Collection of Cecilia Cooper
The collection consists of Chicago ephemera, illustrations, newspapers, theater programs and stereoscopic view cards, also called stereographs, collected by Cecilia and Allen R. Cooper. The topics of interest include the Chicago Fire of 1871, pre-Fire theater and Col. Wood’s Museum, in particular.
Chicago Collection of Kenan and Carol Heise
Chicago Postcard Collection
Spanning the 1890s to the 1970s, the Chicago Postcard Collection offers a wide range of views of the city and an insight into its culture and tourism over the 20th century. Views include aerials, skylines, buildings, businesses, hospitals, municipal structures, museums, parks, religious institutions, schools, sports, streets, transportation and World’s Fairs.
Frank W. Smith Glass Plate Slide Collection
The glass photographic slides cover a broad spectrum of Chicago history including businesses, churches, clubs, organizations, municipal agencies, parks, residences, schools, street views and transportation, among other historical topics such as the Century of Progress and the World’s Columbian Exposition.
John B. Turner Collection
The John B. Turner Collection contains a small number of miscellaneous historical files related to John B. Turner and his family.
Harold Washington Archives and Collections. Mayoral Records. Real Estate Review Committee Records
This Committee managed a wide range of city-owned properties. Documents include market value appraisals and reports, correspondence, site plans, leases and market data and from 1979-1984.