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Local Boy Scouts of America histories

  • 2021.3
  • Collection
  • 2020 - 2021

Seven histories of local scouting troops on the North Shore of Illinois from formation to mid-20th century, including a research guide and historiography of troops in Glencoe, Highland Park, Highwood, Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, Willmette and Winnetka. Digital manuscripts are available on the Illinois Digital Archive Highland Park History Collection.

Ropiequet, John L.

The Tower : Published for the people of Fort Sheridan, Illinois

  • US IlHpHS FST
  • Collection
  • 1992 - 1993

Years 1958-1961 published by the Highland Park Co. Years 1992-1993 published with a United States Army editorial board and staff by Pioneer Press as the base prepared to close. Series is incomplete.

Pioneer Press

The Highland Park Senior TV Production Team audio visual collection

  • US IlHpHS senr .tv
  • Collection
  • 1989-1999

The collection consists of video productions that document the activity of the Highland Park Senior TV Production Team from 1989-1999. It contains oral histories of Highland Park seniors as interviewed by senior producers. The personal narratives include eyewitness accounts of World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Highland Park Senior Center, cultural activities in Highland Park, and Highland Park neighborhoods.

There are four series in this collection: The Way It Was, Songs You Can See, Highland Park Senior Center, and Know Your Neighbors. Original numbers and order have been retained.

Highland Park Senior TV Production Team.

Apple Tree Theatre Collection

  • US IlHpHS ApplTre
  • Collection
  • 1986 - 2009

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

J. Marion Gutnayer Architectural Collection

  • 2010-1
  • Collection
  • Bulk, 1984-1989

The J.Marion Gutnayer Collection consists of 18 folders, the bulk of which are architectural drawings and plans. The collection spans two segments of Gutnayer's long career and focus on projects near and around Highland Park, Illinois. The collection consists of residential projects from the early to mid-1950s, residential homes for the early to mid-1980s, and several multi-dwelling buildings from the late 1980s. A large portion of the collection documents the McDaniel Square complex, a multi-unit dwelling built throughout the 1980s. The collection contains architectural plans, sketches, schedules, topography surveys, as well as legal correspondence and promotional materials related to McDaniel Square.

Gutnayer, J. Marion

Port Clinton Square, records

  • US IlHpHS 2014.8
  • Collection
  • 1983 - 1989

These files document the conception and developent of Port Clinton Square in Highland, Park, Illinois. It is chiefly composed of newspaper clippings, from the concept, including the political idea for the economy of Highland Park to the real estate development, the architecture, and marketing office space to medical doctors, lawyers, bookstores, and an ice cream parlor.

The collection is arranged chronologically.

Port Clinton Associates

Freemasons. A. O. Fay Lodge No. 676 (Highland Park, Ill.), papers

  • US IlHpHS 2011.7
  • Collection
  • Bulk, 1970-2006

The bulk of this collection dates from the 1970s-1980s and is comprised of both, inter- and intra-organizational correspondences regarding the activities of the Highland Park Masonic Lodge. Other items in this collection include: member directories, financial records and newspaper clippings.

Freemasons. A. O. Fay Lodge No. 676 (Highland Park, Ill.)

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