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Robert R. McCormick Condolence Letters to Maryland H. McCormick

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Identifier: I-91
Overview Col. Robert R. McCormick (1880-1955), editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune, died on April 1, 1955 in Wheaton, Illinois, where his estate, Cantigny, was located. His wife Maryland Mathison Hooper McCormick received many letters and telegrams of condolence after his death. Those expressions of sympathy form the basis of this collection.

Robert R. McCormick Genealogical Research and Correspondence

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Identifier: I-80
Overview A file of genealogical information for Colonel Robert R. McCormick, maintained by the librarians of the Chicago Tribune Library.

Robert R. McCormick Personal Correspondence, 1920-1955

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Identifier: I-63
Overview Colonel Robert R. McCormick's personal correspondence primarily for the years 1920-1955, as maintained by his secretaries.

Robert R. McCormick, Ulysses S. Grant Papers

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Identifier: I-87
Overview Correspondence, research notes, mapas, proofs, and reviews of McCormick's book Ulysses S. Grant (New York and London: D. Appleton-Century, Inc., 1934; also New York: Bond-Wheelwright, 1950).

John Tinney McCutcheon Cartoons

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Identifier: Prints and Drawings Series I
Abstract John Tinney McCutcheon (1870–1949) was a cartoonist on the staff of various Chicago newspapers, the Chicago Record (1889–1901), The Chicago Record-Herald (1901–1903), and the Chicago Tribune (1903–1946). He had an international reputation for his political cartoons and was awarded the Pulitzer prize for cartoons in 1931. This collection consists of 454 original drawings of McCutcheon's cartoons...

McIntyre and Heath Archive

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Identifier: 133
Abstract The McIntyre and Heath Archive contains the files of the vaudeville partnership of James McIntyre and Thomas Heath, which spanned more than five decades from 1874 until 1927. It includes contracts for bookings, wage reports, scripts for productions, photographs, handbills and posters, sheet music, clippings, and correspondence. McIntyre wrote detailed letters to his wife, Maude, which included news about his theatre engagements, travel, finances, and health. Production scripts include "Georgia...

Jim McWilliams Archive

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Identifier: MS176
Overview Jim McWilliams (born February 10, 1937) is an artist and graphic designer who was active as an avant-garde performer and creator of performance works during the 1960s and 1970s. The Jim McWilliams Archive contains correspondence, photographs and clippings; design work; audiovisual media; digital media; and born-digital materials.

Joseph Medill (1823-1899) letters to Abraham Lincoln in the Library of Congress (copies)

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Identifier: III-23
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photocopies and transcripts of letters from Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, written between 1858 and 1865.The collection spans seven critical years in Lincoln's political career, from his unsuccessful campaign for a seat in the U.S. Senate in 1858, to the period following his re-election to the presidency in 1864 and before his assassination on April 14, 1865. Medill had no hesitancy in giving advice to Lincoln in almost all phases of his career: how to...

Joseph Medill (1823-1899). Papers relating to the administration of his estate

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Identifier: III-27
Overview Papers concerning the estate of Joseph Medill (managing editor of the Chicago Tribune)

Mediterranean Shipping and Trading Company Records

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Identifier: MS148
Abstract The Mediterranean Shipping and Trading Company, Ltd., was founded on November 12, 1933 in Tel-Aviv, and operated until 1957 or possibly later. The company shipped the major export crop of the period, oranges, to Greece, Egypt, and other Middle Eastern countries. Company records include a letter book containing annual general meeting minutes and stock transfer notices, and a financial ledger that specifies the number of shares held by each of the company's stockholders.

Mezentsov Family Papers

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Identifier: MS180
Overview The Mezentsov Family Papers, 1802-1872, document the military career of Nikolai Fedorovich Mezentsov as well as surveys and plans for Konstantinogradskii in the district of Poltava Guberniia, Ukraine.

Sara E. Moore Papers

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Identifier: MS170
Abstract Sara Emily Moore Eastman (1886-1968) was a career journalist and illustrator whose work covered a wide range of topics from fashion and theater to the polio epidemic and militant suffrage movement. The Sara Moore Collection is comprised of 12 boxes and spans the years 1910-1968. The materials include personal and professional correspondence, illustrations, manuscripts and typescripts, travel documents, mementos, and photographs.

Michael Mott Collection

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Identifier: MS59
Overview Michael Mott, novelist, biographer, editor, poet and essayist, was born and educated in England. He has received awards and critical acclaim for his poetry and novels. He was poetry editor for the Kenyon Review from 1966-1970, twice a writer-in-residence at the College of William and Mary (1978 and 1985), and taught on the faculties of Emory University and Bowling Green State University. His biography of Thomas Merton was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and...

Wilbur Dick Nesbit (1871-1927) Papers, 1896-1948

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Identifier: MS53
Overview Wilbur Dick Nesbit was a midwestern American poet, newspaper columnist, humorist, toast master and advertising pioneer. His papers contain biographical material, correspondence, literary works, and photographs.

Anais Nin Collection

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Identifier: MS14
Overview The Anaïs Nin Collection contains manuscripts, proofs and galleys for much of Nin's writing from 1925-1964. Included are early unpublished works, short stories, unfinished novels and plays, and various stages of major works, namely, Under a Glass Bell, House of Incest, Winter of Artifice, Children of the Albatross, Ladders to Fire, Spy in the House of Love, Collages and Seduction of the Minotaur. Her first critical book, ...

Nineteenth Century Women

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Identifier: MS123
Abstract This collection is comprised of archival materials generated by British and American women of the nineteenth century. This archive contains the 1890-1895 minutes book of the Women's Franchise League, London, which was founded in 1889. The Women's Franchise League, also known as the National Society for Women's Suffrage in Great Britain, was active in the early 1890s. Members of this group included Mrs. E. Pankhurst, Harriet Stanton-Blatch, Countess Schack, Alice Cliff-Scatcherd, and Mrs. Jacob...

Chicago Tribune. E. R. Noderer Papers

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Identifier: XI-231
Overview E.R. Noderer (1907-1996) was a Chicago Tribune foreign correspondent from 1939 to 1950; a general assignment reporter in Chicago from 1950 to 1952; editorial page editor and writer for the Washington Times-Herald from 1952 to 1954; and a member of the promotion and publicity department of the Chicago Tribune until his retirement in 1972. This collection stems from his years of travel as a foreign...

Nuremberg Trial Collection

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Identifier: MS71
Overview The Nuremberg Trial Collection consists of materials amassed by Charles J. Gallagher (Northwestern University Law School, 1924), a court reporter. Included are his shorthand notebooks for sessions of the Nuremberg Trials held at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany from 1945-1948 to try members of the Nazi regime for crimes committed during World War II. The collection contains copies of some of the transcripts, documents, and affidavits from the trials; some of Gallagher's notes and...

Kate O'Brien Collection

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Identifier: MS16
Overview Kate O'Brien was an Irish novelist and playwright. This collection of manuscripts was essentially the extant corpus of her archive in 1970.

James M. O'Neill Files

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Identifier: MS18
Overview The James M. O'Neill files contain correspondence, pamphlets, and circulars which were collected by Mr. O'Neill during his presidency of the National Association of Academic Teachers of Public Speaking in 1915, and during his six years as editor of the Quarterly Journal of Public Speaking and the Quarterly Journal of Speech Education, 1915 - 1920.

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Dorr, J. B. (Joseph Bartlett), 1825-1865 2
Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965 2
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Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970 2
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Garnett, Edward, 1868-1937 2
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906 2
Gascoyne, David, 1916-2001 2
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Hone, Joseph M. (Joseph Maunsell), 1882-1959 2
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health 2
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Wood, J. Howard, 1901-1988 2
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Auslander, Joseph, 1897-1965 1
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Baraka, Amiri, 1934-2014 1
Barzun, Jacques, 1907-2012 1
Beach, Mary, 1919-2006 1
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Bemelmans, Ludwig, 1898-1962 1
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