- US IlHpHS 2014.8.31.1
- circa 1945-1965
Antes Sign Company
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Antes Sign Company
Records, including original blueprints, specifications, floor plan, graphic rendering, bill of sale, aerial survey, and plat of survey for 3292 University Ave. in Highland Park, Illinois.
This collection contains 272 35mm slides and 3 discs with corresponding digital objects. The slides contain photos of architecture around Highland Park (both indoor and outdoor) as well as the railroad, people, maps of Highland Park, advertisements, and newspaper clippings ranging from the late 19th century to the mid 20th century.
Highland Park Historical Society
This poster commemorates Ravinia's 50th Anniversary in 1985. The poster was designed by Barry Deck, Northern Illinois University. Poster contest sponsored by Ravinia Women's Board and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Printing donated by recycled paper products. Copyright 1985-- Ravinia.
Oil painting of unknown landscape by American painter who lived and worked with other artists in Ravinia "Cottages"
Wilder, Tom Milton
Middle 20th century aerial photography of Highland Park, Illinois.
Oleson, Calvin C
Scrapbook from American Legion Illinois Highland Park Post 145 documents Auxiliary and Auxiliary participation in local, state and national events. Clippings, organizational, pamphlets, photos and Manual of Cermeonies create the scrapbook. Also includes membership list for 1948 Post 145 American Legion Auxiliary.
Ronan, Frank, Mrs.
These plans are for an analemmatic dial in Highland Park. Two of the plans focus on the structure of the analemmatic dial (4/26/76) and one focuses on the sundial site- landscaping on Central and St. Johns (1/5/77 rev. 7/7/77). The plans were drawn by Jerry Man.
Colormap of Highland Park,Illinois from 1987 featuring animated versions of all of the major landmarks around downtown Highland Park. It includes a sign the Highland Park was voted an All American City from 1985-1986. There is a brief (six paragraphs) description of the history of Highland Park.
The collection as 7 series, and 8 subseries within the collection. The series were organized by storage practice.
The first series, records and papers, contains all the printed and manuscript material. It contains, pamphlets, calendars, play bills, and mailing information. The series also has two sub-series, Objects and Photographs. Objects, contains a key-chain, while Photographs, contains photographs of various subject. The series is approximately .5 linear feet, and ranges in dates from 1986-2009.
The second series, Oversize Images (20x16"), contains mounted images that are around 20x16 inches in size. The entire series are images (both in color and in black and white) of actors performing in various plays and is broken up into 4 subseries. Photographs, Set Rendering, Wood Mounted, Metal Framed. The series is approximately 1.5 linear feet, and ranges in dates from 1993-1999.
The third series, Oversize Images (25x19"), contains foam-core posters with biographical information and a poster of performers that are around 25x19 inches in size. The series is broken into two sub-series, Mounted Posters and Posters. The series is approximately .2 linear feet, and ranges in dates from 2007-2009.
The fourth series, Semi-oversize Images (11x14"), contains mounted images that are around 11x14 inches in size. The entire series are images (both in color and in black and white) of actors performing in various plays. The series is approximately 1 linear foot, and ranges in dates from 1994-1995.
The fifth series, Donor Plaques, contains two plaques with the list of donors to the Apple Tree Theatre. Both plaques are 15x12 inches in size and are wood with metal plates. The series is approximately .1 linear foot, and ranges in dates from 1989-1997.
The sixth series, Upright Storage, contains a single framed image that is 40.5x30.5 inches in size. The series is approximately .05 linear feet, and is dated 1993.
The seventh series, Rolled Storage, contains over-sized posters that are 50x36 inches in size. The series is approximately .5 linear feet, and ranges in dates from 1998-2003.
Apple Tree Theatre