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Collection — Container: Books
Scope and Contents Ocuppying .5 linear feet, the Irina Ratushinskaya papers, housed in Special Collections, include her works of poetry, secondary material, correspondence, articles, audio and artwork. The largest portion of the collection is devoted to secondary material about Ms. Ratushinskaya while imprisoned and as individuals worked for her release. The bulk of the collection dates from the period, 1985-1987.
Scope and Contents This collection comprises memorabilia from various times in the life of state legislator Lottie Holman O'Neill.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The National Christian Association was founded in 1868 with the purpose of organizing Christian opposition to secret societies, i.e., oath-bound orders such as the Freemasons, Knights Templar, Oddfellows, and Knights of Pythias. Researchers inquiring into the areas of Christian reform, fraternalism, and anti-secretism of the late 19th and early 20th centuries will find ample material in this collection. In addition, The Christian Cynosure (1868-1983), the official organ of the Chicago-based...