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Gibbons Collection Master.pdf
This collection includes the personal and working papers of labor leader Harold J. Gibbons (1910-1982). Included are extensive records of St. Louis Local #688, Teamsters Annual Charity Shows records, and records of Gibbons's community projects…

Gordon D. Bush Papers.pdf
This collection consists of office files and personal papers of Gordon D. Bush, Commissioner of Public Property, East St. Louis, Illinois during the administration of Mayor James Williams, 1971-1975.

Flagg Collection.pdf
This collection contains correspondence between Gershom Flagg and his son Willard Cutting Flagg relating principally to the Flagg farm and its daily operation. Also included are account books, family journals/diaries and memorabilia. Gershom Flagg's…

highland and marine.pdf
The Highland and Marine, Illinois Collection consists of justice of the peace official records and documents. These documents include subpeonas, arrest warrants, property attachments, and promissory notes. Also included are mortgage deeds, quit-claim…

Beatrice Stegeman Collection - Metro-East Feminism.pdf
The Beatrice Stegeman Collection of Metro-East Feminism includes materials collected by Stegeman in the course of her work as a feminist organizer and author of "Yesterdays" in which she analyzes the early feminist movement in the Metro-East area…

Beck Collection.pdf
The Beck Coal Mining Collection consists of the personal and business papers of Clarence V. Beck, Sr. and Jr, owners and operators of several mines in the St. Louis and Metro-East area from 1938-1974. The collection includes photographs,…

John B. Bowman.pdf
The John B. Bowman Bound Newspapers Collections contains personal papers of the John Bowman, founder of the City of East St. Louis, and his family as well as personal copies of the newspaper he published, The East St. Louis Gazette.

Bohm, Smith, Keiser Family Documents, 1845-1974.pdf
The Bohm, Smith, Keiser Family Documents consists of family papers for these families as they settled in the Metro-East and Madison County, Illinois area.

The Metro-East Journal reported news of cultural, social, and historical significance on Madison and St. Clair counties from 1889 until its closure in 1979. The paper ran under several names during that time: The East St. Louis Journal, East St.…

Ed Dorsey Papers.pdf
Edwin Dorsey was a longtime union official in the Local 618 International Brotherhood of Teamsters. He helped found the local union in 1933 with Melroy Horn and was an active officer during the peak of the organized labor movement in the…
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