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    • Bruce Cheadle Papers (Lewis University)

    • This collection includes newspaper clippings, papers and photographs concerning Bruce Cheadle and members of the Cheadle and Deeming families, all prominent Lockport, IL residents in the 19th and 20th centuries.
    • Biography; Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--General
    • Carbondale Remembered Oral History (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

    • The Carbondale Remembered Oral History Project concentrates on twentieth century Carbondale, Illinois history including: political history, architecture, education, black history, Southern Illinois Normal University (later SIU Carbondale) history,...
    • Biography; Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Military and War; University and Institutional History; U.S. History
    • Audio; Text; Text--General
    • Carr and Lukens Family Papers (Augustana College)

    • The Carr and Lukens families were prominent figures in Rock Island County in the 19th and 20th centuries, and they were among the first families to settle in the area.
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text
    • Chicago Genealogist (Newberry Library)

    • The Chicago Genealogist is a quarterly journal published continuously since 1969 by the Chicago Genealogical Society. This online collection contains volumes 1-39 (1969-2007).
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History
    • Text; Text--Periodicals
    • Evangelical Free Church Yearbooks (Trinity International University)

    • The Evangelical Free Church Yearbooks represent a yearly effort by the Evangelical Free Church of America and its predecessors to mark the growth and number of congregations in the denomination, as well as list ministers, officials, and other...
    • Genealogy; Religion
    • Text; Text--Periodicals
    • Frisk Collection of Alaska Mission Journals (North Park University)

    • This collection presents English- and Swedish-language diaries and logbooks kept by Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC) missionaries in Alaska during the period 1893 to 1915, along with several English translations of the Swedish originals. These...
    • Ethnology and Anthropology; Genealogy; Maps and Geography; Sociology; Travel and Leisure; U.S. History; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Frisk Collection of Our Covenant (North Park University)

    • Our Covenant is an annual periodical published by the Evangelical Covenant Church between 1927 and 1964. Originally published “for the purpose of bringing our young people a more intimate knowledge of our Covenant Church” (Our Covenant, 1927, p.7),...
    • Biography; Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Military and War; Non-U.S. History; Sociology; Travel and Leisure; University and Institutional History; U.S. History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--General; Text--Periodicals
    • H. H. Carter Photographs (Lewis University)

    • H. H. (Harden Hasten) Carter was born April 6, 1875 in Franklin, Indiana. H. H. Carter was one of the first local photographers to use street photography, where people are captured going about their daily lives, rather than sitting in a formal...
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • Hans Westerlund Papers (Augustana College)

    • Hans Westerlund (1842-1874) was a Swedish-American Civil War soldier who served in Company C of the 43rd Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment (also known as the "Koerner Regiment") for the U.S. Army. The Hans Westerlund papers contain...
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Military and War; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Portraits; Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • IGRC Archives (MacMurray College)

    • These finding aids are the records from closed churches from the Illinois Great Rivers Conference United Methodist Church and the former Central Illinois Conference United Methodist Church. These churches could have origins form the Methodist...
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Religion
    • Text--Finding aids and inventories
    • John Henry Hauberg Papers (Augustana College)

    • The John Henry Hauberg papers contains the personal, professional, and research files of John Henry Hauberg, as well as his photography. John Henry Hauberg was a prolific researcher, photographer, businessman, and philanthropist active in the Quad...
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Travel and Leisure; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--General; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Lewis Yearbooks, 1952-1983 (Lewis University)

    • Lewis University yearbooks were published from 1952 to 1983 by the students of Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois. The yearbooks do not cover the entire history of the university. The institution opened in 1932 as an all-boy’s institution, Holy...
    • Education; Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Sports; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Student publications; Text--University publications
    • Missionären (North Park University)

    • Missionären (The Missionary) was the first official organ of the Evangelical Covenant Church. The Swedish-language newspaper was first published out of the basement of Old Main at North Park University in December 1894 and adopted as the official...
    • Education; Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Non-U.S. History; Religion; Sociology; U.S. History; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--Periodicals; Text--University publications
    • Phoebe (North Park University)

    • Phoebe is the official publication of the Covenant Women’s Auxiliary (CWA), founded in 1916 as a means to unify the efforts of women to support the work of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Begun in Chicago, chapters were quickly established across...
    • Genealogy; Non-U.S. History; Religion; Sociology; U.S. History; University and Institutional History; Women's Studies
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--General; Text--Periodicals
    • Robert Hawley Milne Papers (Lewis University)

    • This collection comes from the estate papers of James Walter Milne (1920-2004), passed down through five generations of Milne families and relatives who lived in and loved the "Old Stone House" on East Seventh Street in Lockport. The collection...
    • Genealogy; U.S. History; Illinois and Regional History
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs; Images--Technical drawings; Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Rush Medical College Class Photos (Rush University)

    • The Rush Medical College class photographs date back to 1879. Often, these images contain the only photograph of an individual from their years as a medical student.
    • Education; Genealogy; Health and Medicine; U.S. History; Illinois and Regional History; University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs
    • St. Ansgarius Episcopal Church Records (North Park University)

    • The St. Ansgarius Episcopal Church Records document the members and activities of St. Ansgarius, an Episcopal church located in the Chicago neighborhood of Swede Town (present-day River North). Founded in 1849, St. Ansgarius was the first church...
    • Genealogy; Religion
    • Text; Text--General
    • Swan Johnson and Josephine Peterson Letters, Swenson Center (Augustana College)

    • This digital collection contains the correspondence between Swan Johnson, a student at the Augustana Theological Seminary in Rock Island, Illinois and Josephine Peterson of Swede Bend, Iowa. Their courtship was conducted through the letters and the...
    • Biography; Genealogy; U.S. History
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Swedish-American Historical Book Collection (North Park University)

    • The purpose of the Swedish-American Historical Book Collection is to bring to an online user out-of-print books on the history and meaning of the Swedish presence in North America. Included are histories, biographies, memoirs, and reference works...
    • Biography; Ethnology and Anthropology; Genealogy; Literature; Maps and Geography; Non-U.S. History; Sociology; U.S. History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--General

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