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Eugene Scott, Bobby Sengstacke, Timuel Black, Roland Martin, Theresa Fambro-Hooks, Earl Calloway and Lonnie Bunch.
[Finding aid] Material in this collection predominantly relates to the American Civil War—its battles, rank and file soldiers, leaders and veterans.
A large portion of this material focuses on the experience of soldiers and leaders from Illinois through letters and diaries.
Other major topics in this collection include slavery throughout the world in the centuries leading up to the Civil War; Abraham Lincoln; and the veterans group, the Grand Army of the Republic, especially its Illinois Departments.
The collection contains organizational files, annual reports, conference files, reports, family newsletters, reunion books and funeral programs. This collection includes copies, often multiple editions/printings, of Algren’s works, from his first short story entitled “So Help Me,” published in Story in 1933 to The Devil’s Stocking, published posthumously in 1983.
The collection contains an array of newspaper articles, interviews, bookdealer catalogs, reviews and photographs.
Further documentation of the Civil War appears in ephemera, songs and poems, patriotic envelopes and currency.
[Finding aid] These newspapers come from around the United States, with one item from Cuba.
[Processed] The collection is comprised of official returns, morning reports and various other personnel listings and reports for departments in the Army of the Potomac, which was the Union’s primary army fighting in the eastern theater during the American Civil War, 1861-1865. Established by Charlie Soo in 1979, the Asian American Small Business Association seeks to encourage economic development in the area near Argyle and Broadway streets.
The collection contains biographical information on Austin residents, as well as information on businesses, religious institutions clubs and organizations, hospitals, municipal agencies, parks, residences, schools, streets, transportation, and war time activities. The Austin Daughters of the American Revolution (ADAR) - David Kennison Chapter was founded on December 12, 1921.
The chapter’s namesake, David Kennison, claimed to be a Revolutionary War veteran.
The collection consists of research materials, original uncut videotaped interviews, audiotaped interviews and complete interview transcripts from the documentary.
Interview subjects include then-Senator Barack Obama, Emil Jones, Col.