The Glass Slides collection comprises 19 untitled glass slides, many hand colored. The slides contain various women in different outfits, scenery and landscapes, and a few miscellaneous slides with images. Some evidence suggests these may be portraits of Ravinia Park Opera or other performers in costume. The collection has 3 series. The first is miscellaneous. All slides measure 3.5”x4,” both in color and black and white. One of the slides is cracked and should be handled with care. The second series is portraits, containing women in various costumes. The women are in a variety of settings and their clothing is not necessarily from the period in which the image was taken. These items range in size starting at 4”x5” and ending at 5”x7,” all have been colored. A few slides are cracked. The last series is scenery and landscapes, these items are pictures of places and not necessarily used in conjunction with the portraits. These slides are all 5”x7” is size and are all in color. None of these items are broken.
This collection is presumed to be of events, places and people in Highland Park, Illinois.
The map shows Highland Park and its vicinity. This map has been revised three times: June 3, 1955 by NJP, April 6, 1962 by PEC, and March 2, 1965 by CAM and JLH. The map includes dis-annexed and annexed ordinances and the dates they were passed. The map is presented on vinyl-like material that is translucent.
Collection contains photographs of places and special events around Highland park. Collection includes nine files of photographs organized by subject. There are five files of photo negatives, also organized by subject.
Diary/scrapbook and "memo" of Ravinia Village and School resident and participant Ellen Louise Greig documenting eighth grade at Ravinia School, 1911-1912; Autograph book of Salina More, 1896; and June 12, 1909 autograph book (Greig?).
This collection contains images in and around Highland Park (chiefly). It has been arranged into 4 series with a list of each item in that series. A few slides have been damaged, and some are difficult to view due to over exposure. They are a mix of sizes ranging from 4x5 to 5x10. These slides may have been taken by the Brand Bros. Studio or Jesse Lowe Smith.