Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Bronzeville 23rd St. Viaduct collection, 1925
Bronzeville Artifacts Grand Theatre tickets, 1950s
Three tickets to the Grand Theatre, 3110 S. State Street, Chicago with face value of 25 cents each. Artifact.
Bronzeville Design Symposium collection, 1999
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 Digital Stories (booklet), 2000
bronzeville-stories as of June 7, 2000. Prof. David Coogan served as project advisor.
Bronzeville expansion collection, 1950-2017
Bronzeville historic slides, 1950s
Bronzeville photo, 1961
Commons Commentary collection, 1971-1973
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.
Harper's Magazine, vol. 201, no. 1207
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.
Mecca Building tile, 1892
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.