Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Three tickets to the Grand Theatre, 3110 S. State Street, Chicago with face value of 25 cents each. Artifact.
Materials related to "Bronzeville Design Symposium: The Impact of Design on Urban Communities," held at Illinois Institute of Technology October 29-30, 1999. Project was a joint activity of IIT, the College of Architecture, and Harvard Graduate School of Design.
bronzeville-stories as of June 7, 2000. Prof. David Coogan served as project advisor.
One issue (1971) of Commons Commentary, a newsletter of the South Commons residential community on the Near South side of Chicago. Also a 1973 reference to the newsletter, noting that it was merging into the Hyde Park Herald.
December 1950 issue of Harper's Magazine (vol. 201, no. 1207) containing an article (pp.86-97) titled "The Strangest Place in Chicago" by John Bartlow Martin which describes life in the Mecca apartment building at 34th and State streets.
Hexagonal terra cotta-colored glazed ceramic (?) floor (?) tile from the Mecca Flats building which was located at 34th Street and Dearborn streets, Chicago, IL. Ca. 6" diameter.