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Highland Park (Ill.)
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Brand family business collection

  • US IlHpHS BranFam
  • Collection
  • 1880-1940, 1967

This collection is comprised of record books generated by the Brand Brothers Paint Company. There are 14 books that contain information on the various accounts, jobs, and estimates held by the company. The collection ranges from 1889-1940.

Brand family

Cobb Family Collection

  • US IlHpHS 2015.9
  • Collection
  • 1882-1952

The collection consists of family correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, a copper engraving plate, programs and a United States Army honorable discharge certificate to Daniel L. Cobb.

Cobb family

Elizabeth G. Fitzgerald scrapbook

  • US IlHpHS scra.fitz
  • Collection
  • n.d.

Young woman's scrapbook detailing activities and friends, including correspondence, dance cards and items from sports events at Fort Sheridan and Notre Dame college.

Fitzgerald, Elizabeth G

Exmoor Country Club Collection

  • US IlHpHS Exmo.cou
  • Collection
  • 1896-1996

This collection contains images, clippings, monographs, and other ephemera documenting Exmoor Country Club.

Highland Park Historical Society

Frank Green photography collection

  • US IlHpHS fran.gre
  • Collection
  • ca. 1870-1900

Frank Green was the husband of Dr. Milton Baker's daughter. These images are chiefly family photos with ephemeral identification.

Green, Frank B

Here's what cooking at the First of Highland Park

  • US IlHpHS 2014.7.1
  • Item
  • ca. 1970-1979

Community outreach cookbook published by local bank. To FDIC you cannot run, This book is meant just for cooking' and fun. Federal Department of Incredible Cooking.

First National Bank of Highland Park.

Highland Park : a symphony of cultures, records

  • US IlHpHS symp.cul
  • Collection
  • 1976-1978

This collection contains materials relating to the Symphony of Many Cultures program that took place in Highland Park, Ill. from September 1978 to March 1979. This multifaceted six month project was a result of collaboration between several different local cultural and ethnic organizations. The project included a street fair, a book review on FAITH AND FRATRICIDE, an ethnic heritage series,"What I Choose to Preserve" featuring a play entitled ROSA, "The Excitement of Latino Culture," "The Lives and Loves of Six Scribblers," "I'm a Book All By Myself" Oral History, "Dina Halpern- 100 Years of Yiddish Theatre," "I'm a Book All By Myself- Part II," "Teenage Language, Values and Culture," What is Good Society," "House of Worship Walk," "Film Festival" and a "Thanksgiving Community Service." The materials in this collection include newsclippings, documents, brochures, guides, and evaluations relating to this event.

Highland Park Human Relations Commission.

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