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Abstract In September 1940, Dr. Friedrich Ernst Auhagen was arrested and called to testify before the Dies Commission in October regarding possible subversive Nazi activities. He was released, but kept under Justice Department surveillance until March 1941 when a federal grand jury issued an indictment against him for failing to register as a German agent. The articles, newspaper clippings and correspondence in the Friedrich Ernst Auhagen Collection were collected between 1939 and 1952 by Henry Pope, a...
Abstract The Carolina settlement of Charles Town, named in honor of King Charles II of England, was established after English settlers arrived in 1670; it was renamed Charleston in 1783. From 1720 until 1773 South Carolina was under English jurisdiction as a Crown Colony. This collection consists of twenty volumes of bound carbon copy transcriptions of records from Charleston County, South Carolina kept between 1719 and 1763.
Abstract The Chicago, Illinois City Council established the Mayor’s Advisory Commission on Women’s Affairs in 1984. This archive includes materials from the Chicago Commission on Women’s Affairs, including the Commission’s mission, procedures, minutes, first year accomplishments, and report to the Mayor for 1984.
Abstract This collection on Chicago area theatres consists primarily of three scrapbooks filled with clippings, programs, reviews, and publicity generated for the theatre seasons between 1908 and 1915.
Abstract Materials in this collection pertain to the institution of slavery in the Americas. The documents include correspondence on the slave trade, assignments on chain gangs, bills of sale, manumission papers, and wills and bequests. They also include letters providing character references for free Black people, reports on a school in an African American religious community in Baltimore, Maryland, and an indenture agreement between a printer and an apprentice.
Abstract Avrom M. Landy (1904-1992) broke off his doctoral studies to accept a position at the Daily Worker. He later became educational director of the Communist Party of America, a position he held until 1945. He was co-publisher of International Publishers from 1945 until about 1947, when he left the Communist Party. In the late 1940s, Landy completed a manuscript for a book titled, The United States and the Paris Commune of 1871. The...
Abstract The Rare Book and Manuscript Dealer Catalog Collection was assembled primarily by curatorial staff in the Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections. These catalogs make up a body of materials initially used for collection development purposes and then retained for further research.
Abstract This collection of photographs depicts the history and effects of the Spanish Civil War.
- Names: Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections X
- Chicago (Ill.) 2
- African Americans 1
- Communism--United States 1
- Communists--United States 1
- Fascism--United States 1
- Germans--Political activity--United States 1
- Rare books--Catalogs 1
- Slavery--United States 1
- South Carolina--Politics and government--To 1775 1
- Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939 1
- Spain--Social life and customs--20th century 1
- Theater 1
- War casualties--Spain 1
- Women 1
- Women--Legal status, laws, etc.--Illinois--Chicago 1
- World War, 1939-1945 1
- World War, 1939-1945--Spain 1 ∧ less
- French 1
- Auhagen, Friedrich Ernst 1
- Charleston (S.C.)--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 1
- Charleston County (S.C.) 1
- Chicago (Ill.). Mayor's Advisory Commission on Women's Affairs 1
- Communist Party of America 1