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Gravy, April/May Vol. 4

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Zine, Gravy
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April/May 1999
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4
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Gravy is an arts-focused zine addressing issues in the arts including photography, painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, film, and others. The zine also features reviews and criticism on arts events and openings in Chicago and elsewhere.
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Library Excavations Issue #3: Periodical Business

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400 S State St Harold Washington Library Center
60605 Chicago
United States
41° 39' 27.0828" N, 86° 23' 7.7928" W
US
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Zine, Library Excavations Issue #3: Periodical Business
Date: 
August 2016
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Zine is part of a project that "highlights and activates physical materials found in public libraries." This Issue showcases some of the unique business periodicals in the Harold Washington Library Center's collection, some of which date back to the late 1800s.
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Www.publiccollectors.org, http://publiccollectors.tumblr.com/

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Public Collectors

Library Excavations Issue #2, The ABCs of the Chicago Reader Touring Musicians Publicity Photos Collection

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400 S State St Harold Washington Library Center
60605 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, Library Excavations Issue #2, The ABCs of the Chicago Reader Touring Musicians Publicity Photos Collection
Date: 
August 2016
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Issue: 
#2
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Zine is part of a project that "highlights and activates physical materials found in public libraries." This issue contains photos from the Chicago Reader's touring musician publicity photo collection, along with an interview with Bob Sloane, the librarian in charge of collection development for the Visual and Performing Arts department at Harold Washington Library Center.
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English
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Living Proof #1

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P.O. Box 14211
60614 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, Living Proof #1
Date: 
2003
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Issue: 
1
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Taken from an insert in the zine- "Media critique, interviews, photography, and recollections. #1: Crisis. Trying to piece oneself back together"
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English
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After Hours No. 32-33

After Hours No. 24

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538 N. Kenilworth
60302 Oak Park
United States
US
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Journal, After Hours No. 24
Date: 
Winter 2012
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24
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As described on the website- "The mission of this new semi-annual magazine was to create a forum, a showcase and gallery for the voices and visions of Chicago poets, fiction writers, artists, and photographers."
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English
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We Tell the Story from the Margins: Bittersweet Adolescence from 826CHI

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1276 N. Milwaukee Avenue
60622 Chicago, IL
United States
US
Date: 
2015
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A chapbook about the lives of adolescents as contributed by students of the 826CHI Youth Advisory Board.
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English
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After Hours #29

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538 N Kenilworth
60302 Oak Park, IL
United States
41° 53' 42.4644" N, 87° 47' 51.7092" W
US
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Journal, After Hours
Date: 
Summer 2014
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29
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A journal of Chicago writing and art, mostly poetry and photography, published out of Oak Park. Featured writer for this issue is Pamela Miller.
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Chicago's Jewish West Side

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3500 W. Douglas Blvd (former site of the Jewish People's Institute)
IL Chicago
United States
41° 51' 46.1952" N, 87° 42' 46.2744" W
US
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book, Chicago's Jewish West Side
Date: 
2009
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For nearly half a century, the greater Lawndale area was the vibrant, spirited center of Jewish life in Chicago. It contained almost 40 percent of the city's entire Jewish population with over 70 synagogues and numerous active Jewish organizations and institutions, such as the Jewish People's Institute, the Hebrew Theological College, and Mount Sinai Hospital. Its residents included "King of Swing" Benny Goodman, Israeli prime minister Golda Meir, journalists Irv Kupcinet and Meyer Levin, federal judge Abraham Lincoln Marovitz, civil rights attorney Elmer Gertz, Eli's Cheesecake founder Eli Shulman, and comedian Shelley Berman. Many of the selected images come from the author's extensive collection. This book will bring back memories for those who lived there and retell the story of Jewish life on the West Side for those who did not. No matter where the scattered Jews of Chicago live now, many can trace their roots to this "Jerusalem of Chicago." (via: https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/9780738560151/Chicagos-Jewish-West-Side)
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100738560154
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DU DA

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60647 Chicago
United States
US
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zine, DU DA
Date: 
1987
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3
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4
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This short art zine mixes photography and research on color theory. The text is taken from a work entitled, "The doctor prescribes colors" by Edward Podolsky, M.D.
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