Englewood (Chicago, Ill.)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Chicago Department of Urban Renewal Records
Englewood Community Collection
The collection contains a range of articles, brochures, historical sketches, newsletters, photographs, programs and reports that focus on Englewood’s neighborhood events, persons and organizations, particularly during the late 19th century to the early 1960s. Of particular note are the neighborhood photographs and the series devoted to schools in Englewood.
Englewood High School Records
The Englewood High School Records contains historical sketches, laboratory notebooks, photographs, programs, publications and yearbooks that chronicle school history and student activities.
Englewood Historical Association Records
Documents the organization which worked with the Kelly Branch Library to gather and preserve historical material of the Englewood district of Chicago.
Englewood Newspaper Collection
The Englewood Newspaper Collection is a small collection of newspapers published in or about the community in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Englewood Woman’s Club Collection
The Englewood Woman’s Club Collection was organized in 1896. The collection consists primarily of yearbooks dating from 1898 to 1931.
Lanyon Family Papers
The Lanyon Family Papers consists of photographs and ephemera about members of the Lanyon family who settled in and started businesses in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood.
D.E. Terriere Diaries
D.E. (David Edward) Terriere was a longtime resident of the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago who worked as a banker at the Englewood Bank. His 37 handwritten diary entries, although brief, offer glimpses at his family life, household financial transactions and activities in the city. One of the diaries from 1900 was kept by Terriere’s mother-in-law, Anna Elizabeth Correll of Niles, Michigan.