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Highland Park/Deerfield Chapter of Lyric Opera of Chicago collection

  • US IlHpHS 2015.7
  • Collection
  • 1969-2011

The collection consists of photographs of members and performers, newspaper clippings, programs, "Chapter Notes" and "Opera Outlook" newsletters, invitations, membership directories & yearbooks, High Five Award certificates for increase of membership, roasters of Board of Directors, flyers, and a photocopy of the 2007-2008 Annual Report. Also included in the collection are 2 CDs with photographs in JPEG format : Mitnick Concert and Spring Brunch, 2008, and Ravinia, August, 2009.

The collection documents the chapter's activities, including activities held jointly with other chapters.

Rosenbaum, Janet

Benson Family Collection

  • US IlHpHS 2014.15
  • Collection
  • Bulk, 1937-1945

Club, including YWCA clubs, or school images of Betty Lou Garling, née Benson, and her mother Carrie Benson, née Gerken, active clubwoman. At least one image appears to be a graduation image from Elm Place School.

Benson family

YWCA Mothers Club memorial book and past member's book

  • US IlHpHS ywca.mot
  • Collection
  • 1916 - 1974

The bulk of this "Book of Memories" [scrapbook] consists of young and contemporary images of Club memories juxtaposed with brief hand-written or printed obituaries. Also found in this scrapbook are charter member lists and images, various rosters, event photographs, corres., and a few meeting records. Information on play "Tuning up for the wedding."

YWCA Mother's Club.

Reverend Peter Clark Wolcott, D.D., papers

  • 2022.3
  • Collection
  • 1895-1920

There are two series in the Wolcott collections: Journals and photographs.
Reverend Wolcott was an avid diarist. Diaries from the years 1895; 1897-1899; 1900-1910; 1912-1913, 1915, 1919-1920; 1923-1929 are arranged chronologically in the series. Wolcott was an active member in the community who always started out his entries describing the weather. He tended to describe nicer days, but also included the “coldest day of the year” and when the weather was just “fine.” Towards his later diaries, he also started recording the exact temperatures of the day, something he continued to do towards his later diaries. Wolcott talked about his daily masses, how many people attended, and his plans for the day. He noted visits to the high school where he was a member on the board of education for 9 years as well as taking the train down to Chicago. His last entry on December 31st, 1929 talked about his night out with friends on New Year's Eve and how his friends “raged after midnight.” The reverend died a few days after his 75th birthday.
The second series contains family photographs.

Wolcott, P. C.

Highland Park Chamber of Commerce, records

  • Collection
  • 1910-

These records contain 2 series: organizational minutes; 1914-1941, and related records and items related to the Chamber's 75th "Jubilee" anniversary celebration.

Highland Park Chamber of Commerce

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