The Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition

The Chicago Manual of Style  17th Edition Author The University The University of Chicago Press Editorial Staff
ISBN-10 022628705X
Release 2017-09-05
Pages 1184
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AIA Guide to Chicago

AIA Guide to Chicago Author Alice Sinkevitch
ISBN-10 0156029081
Release 2004
Pages 574
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From the American Institute of Architects comes a definitive overview of the architectural landmarks of Chicago, the birthplace of modern architecture, offering a detailed description of more than one thousand diverse buildings, along with suggested walking or driving tours. Original.



Black Baseball in Chicago

Black Baseball in Chicago Author Larry Lester
ISBN-10 0738507040
Release 2000
Pages 128
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When the Negro National League was formed in Kansas City in 1920, a new chapter in sports history began. The city of Chicago played no small part in the creation and content of this historic chapter. Black Baseball in Chicago chronicles the history of the teams and players that spent time in the "Windy City." In 1911, the Chicago American Giants were born. This team drew some of the best players from the league, including such legendary stars as Bruce Petway, Pete Hill, Grant "Home Run" Johnson, and future hall-of-famer John Henry "Pop" Lloyd. On any given Sunday afternoon, the Chicago American Giants games often outdrew those of the cross-town rivals, the White Sox and the Cubs.



History of Chicago From 1857 until the fire of 1871

History of Chicago  From 1857 until the fire of 1871 Author Alfred Theodore Andreas
ISBN-10 NWU:35556034741447
Release 1885
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Chicago

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ISBN-10 0809387956
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Chicago

Chicago Author Andreas Simon
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112064730929
Release 1894
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Chicago and Its Suburbs

Chicago and Its Suburbs Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105010348642
Release 1874
Pages 468
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Lost German Chicago

Lost German Chicago Author Joseph C. Heinen
ISBN-10 0738577146
Release 2009
Pages 127
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By 1900, one in four Chicagoans was either German born or had a German-born parent. No other ethnic group's thumbprint has been larger in helping establish Chicago as a major economic and cultural center nor has any group's influence been more erased by the passage and vicissitudes of time. Lost German Chicago traces the mosaic of German life through the tumultuous events of the Beer Riots, Haymarket Affair, Prohibition, and America's entry into two world wars. The book is a companion piece to the Lost German Chicago exhibition debuting in the newly created DANK-Haus German American Cultural Center museum, located in what is still known today as the "German town" of the north side of Chicago. Entrusted as the caretaker of many archives, artifacts, and historical documents from many now defunct German organizations, the DANK-Haus German American Cultural Center has been committed to preserving history, traditions, and contributions of Germans and German Americans for over 50 years.



Winter in Chicago

Winter in Chicago Author David M. Hamlin
ISBN-10 0997806249
Release 2016-09-20
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Drugs, death and rock and roll on Chicago's AM radio dial... Before dawn in January, 1975, Emily detours from her normal route to work in the newsroom of Chicago's top pop rock station to investigate a crime scene. The police believe the body on the street is a suicide. Emily is stunned to discover that the dead woman is a dear friend since high school. Unable to fathom why Beni Steinart would take her own life, Emily begins an investigation that leads to a trunk-load of cocaine, Federal narcotics charges, abuse of power and a perplexing mystery - suicide or murder? Emily's reporting triggers an explosive battle between two men who tower over their city. Cary Chase is Chicago's most prominent bachelor, a wealthy entrepreneur whose mansion is the epicenter of Chicago's elite society. United States Attorney Tommy "Tommy Terrific" Jameson is ambitiously determined to rid his city of corruption on his way up to the Governor's office and perhaps even higher. Drawing on an eclectic roster of news sources and WEL colleagues and her own considerable talent and determination, Emily uncovers the full story of her friend's death in a remarkable confrontation which produces front page headlines and restores one life as it ruins another.



A Guide to the City of Chicago

A Guide to the City of Chicago Author
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433081817227
Release 1909
Pages 256
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Chicago Baby

Chicago Baby Author Jerome Pohlen
ISBN-10 1938093038
Release 2013-04-01
Pages 22
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Babies from Chicago show readers some of the distinctive things about the city where they live and play.



University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization Volume 7

University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization  Volume 7 Author John W. Boyer
ISBN-10 0226069508
Release 1987-05-15
Pages 465
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The University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization (nine volumes) makes available to students and teachers a unique selection of primary documents, many in new translations. These readings, prepared for the highly praised Western civilization sequence at the University of Chicago, were chosen by an outstanding group of scholars whose experience teaching that course spans almost four decades. Each volume includes rarely anthologized selections as well as standard, more familiar texts; a bibliography of recommended parallel readings; and introductions providing background for the selections. Beginning with Periclean Athens and concluding with twentieth-century Europe, these source materials enable teachers and students to explore a variety of critical approaches to important events and themes in Western history. Individual volumes provide essential background reading for courses covering specific eras and periods. The complete nine-volume series is ideal for general courses in history and Western civilization sequences.



Good Night Chicago

Good Night Chicago Author Adam Gamble
ISBN-10 9781602197350
Release 2012-07-09
Pages 20
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Many of North America’s most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these boardbooks designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for the continent’s natural and cultural wonders. Each book stars a multicultural group of people visiting the featured area’s attractions—such as the Rocky Mountains in Denver, the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Lake Ontario in Toronto, and volcanoes in Hawaii. Rhythmic language guides children through the passage of both a single day and the four seasons while saluting the iconic aspects of each place.



Moran s Dictionary of Chicago and Its Vicinity

Moran s Dictionary of Chicago and Its Vicinity Author George E. Moran
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433048797553
Release 1910
Pages 277
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Chicago Politics Ward by Ward

Chicago Politics  Ward by Ward Author David K. Fremon
ISBN-10 0253204909
Release 1988
Pages 372
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"It does not belong on a shelf but in the hands of community activists, politicians, reporters and campaign workers who want to get a better understanding of ward politics in Chicago." —Lawndale News-West Side Times "... enough lively tidbits in a breezily written way to keep any Chicago City Council political junkie awake." —Pioneer Press "... in Chicago Politics Ward by Ward, the system reveals the bizarre adaptations usually associated with life on a coral reef. If you can't believe these guys really exist, look again." —Chicago Magazine "All told, a most useful and entertaining book." —Crain's Chicago Business,p> "... a good, handy reference for those who need to know a bit about any particular city ward—and good fodder for Chicago's legions of political junkies." —Chicago Enterprise "Important demographic information and fascinating histories make it an interesting and often hilarious tour." —Near North News "... an energetic and ambitious book." —Illinois Issues Crammed with information but written in a style as lively as the city it describes, this book is the most comprehensive guide ever written about Chicago politics and the unique characters who have given special flavor to each ward.



Hello Chicago Goodbye Pender Harbour

Hello Chicago  Goodbye Pender Harbour Author Mary M. White
ISBN-10 9781412067737
Release 2005
Pages 150
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Testimonials This is a story of new beginnings after the heartache of a broken marriage and a single mother with children to raise on her own. The courage to make a decision to leave her three children with trusted friends and go afar, into the future, to gain more education and training to improve the family income. I felt the tearing of the heart-strings and the pain f separation, as she knew she could not afford to return often to visit them. Only as children can be; resilient, trusting and accepting, they patched the gaps with their faithful letters and their beautiful child-like drawings, telling their mother of their daily adventures and the happenings in their lives. As I perused this journal I was full of emotion and I can never cease to be amazed by the power of the human spirit. -Elsie Moon, retired nurse What a pleasure to spend the evening with your latest, most inspiring and excellent read. I couldn't put it down. A beautifully written novel, tender, humorous, revealing and honest. A family pulling together, an inspiration for all, and a must for my library. Thanks. Mary M. White is a writer to watch. -A. Lisa Wilflingsider I really enjoyed reading your book Hello Chicago, Goodbye Pender Island.It was very interesting reading about nursing in the small coastal town of Pender Harbour in the 1950's. It was interesting how the nurses were also x-ray technicians. Some things don't change, like the hospital boards and their budget constraints and different leadership styles. This classic information doesn't change, even today. The sacrifices that you made in order to further your career goals were incredible(leaving three young children for four months and moving all the way to Chicago is hard to imagine). The letters from your children were an added touch that really personalized the story. Your letters to them about your experiences in the big city hospitals, the kinds of patients, and their diagnosis really allowed the reader to get a grasp of what you were experiencing as a nurse. I loved your book. -Sherry Tudge, homecare nurse Mary, I enjoyed hearing from you again and getting excerpts from your book. I thought it might be appropriate to remind you of the busy, interesting, colourful and stressful days in Pender Harbour. -John and Mary Playfair Reader comments "Thank you for sending your wonderful book, and sharing a part of your amazing life with us". W.S. "I took 2 days reading your book. This is unusual for me. I truly enjoyed it". R.F. "This is a love story, plain and simple, between children and a parent. There is a bond between mother and her children that time and absence cannot destroy". D.L. "I read your book twice and thoroughly enjoyed it. That is a treasure and written to keep ones interest. You are a wonderful person". L.G. "Thank you for the copy of your book. It is making the rounds of the members of our group. I asked the first one who took it to read to come back the following week with a review. She did so, and was most impressed with the way the book flowed, and she especially enjoyed the section where your children's letters were included". K.B. "Thank you for the generous donation of your book. My goodness, what an interesting life you have led! We appreciate you thinking of the Richmond Public Library, and I am sure that readers will find your story fascinating. I am so glad you chose to share your writing with us". S.C.



Indian Metropolis

Indian Metropolis Author James B. LaGrand
ISBN-10 0252027728
Release 2002
Pages 284
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"More than an outgrowth of public policy implemented by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the exodus of American Indians from reservations to cities was linked to broader patterns of social and political change after World War II. Indian Metropolis places the Indian people within the context of many of the twentieth century's major themes, including rural to urban migration, the expansion of the wage labor economy, increased participation in and acceptance of political radicalism, and growing interest in ethnic nationalism."--Jacket.