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The contents of the Initial Accession are described below.
Supplements 1-4 are described separately, preceding their Container Lists.
Patrons researching Chicago buildings can find brochures and documents on some of Chicago’s famed edifices such as the John Hancock Center and the Merchandise Mart.
Supplement 1, Series 2: Business Establishments | Supplement 2, Series 2: Business Establishments | Supplement 3, Series 2: Business Establishments | Supplement 4, Series 2: Business Establishments | Photographs, Series 2: Business Establishments This series includes a map of the famous graves at Graceland Cemetery on Chicago’s North Side.
Jump to Supplement 1 | Supplement 2 | Supplement 3 | Supplement 4 | Photographs Materials in this series include folders containing biographical sketches of many Chicagoans.
A complete list of photographs can be found in the photograph finding guide.The Chicago City-Wide Collection comes from a wide range of sources: transfers from other Chicago Public Library agencies, libraries across the nation, purchases, and private donations.Where appropriate, the provenance of individual items has been noted on folders.Supplement 1, Series 1: Biographical Data | Supplement 2, Series 1: Biographical Data | Supplement 3, Series 1: Biographical Data | Supplement 4, Series 1: Biographical Data | Photographs, Series 1: Biographical Data, Portraits and Families Items in this series come from a wide variety of businesses and business organizations, and include advertisements, directories, newspaper clippings, catalogs, programs, and other printed promotional material.Significant items include the , issued by the Board of Trade; materials on the Chicago Association of Commerce; promotional material for the Marshall Field, Montgomery Ward and Sears, Roebuck department stores; and articles and booklets on the Union Stockyards.