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Book Your Own Fuckin' Life

Catalog Number: 
Magazine, Book Your Own Fuckin' Life
Date: 
1994
Edition: 
1994
Volume: 
Issue: 
3
Abstract: 
From https://theindustryobserver.thebrag.com/book-your-own-fucking-life-the-pre-internet-guide-that-connected-the-indie-scene/ -: " the pre-internet guide that connected the indie scene...Maximum Rock N Roll helped pull together all these threads into a 1992 guide named Book Your Fucking Life – and it changed the entire musical world. The magazine’s manifesto is laid out at the beginning of the guide, and points towards the kind of social networking that now runs rampant. Back then it seemed innocent and filled with possibilities. The burgeoning “DIY movement” is described as vibrant. This guide is filled with hope. “Over these past years the DIY movement has grown at an unprecedented rate, in some cases fueled by profit-making trends, but for the most part on a real grass-roots level. The national and international communication within the DIY movement is what has kept it strong over the years. Through the efforts of certain individual and fanzines, people have been able to make concrete connections between people of similar interests and have created an entire underground economy based on the spreading of our own living culture and ideal. Bands have been able to promote themselves, book tours, put out records without bowing down to the corporate music industry. That is the essence of DIY. People helping other people without an eye for profit, only for creating a better world and having some fun. Networking has played a major role in making all this happen. That is why we present “Book Your Own Fucking Life” for just this tool.' Listings are by city, state, and country and were crowdsourced.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Transfer found from May 3 (1994) - punched, paper, stores between 65-66
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The Marshall Fields

Catalog Number: 
book, Madsen
Date: 
2002
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Abstract: 
A classic American success story with a twist Like J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and Andrew Carnegie, Marshall Field was one of the overlords of triumphant capitalism in the Gilded Age of the late nineteenth century. However, his phenomenal wealth and generous philanthropy masked a disastrous personal life. Deserted by his wife and alienated from his children, the founder of the Field dynasty left a legacy of immense wealth and misery to match. The Marshall Fields recounts the classic tale of Field s spectacular success as well as the tragic story of a man who, while making millions by knowing what women wanted, had no inkling of his own wife s emotional needs. This revealing account follows the next five generations of the Field family, concentrating on the most important and controversial figures in each generation. What emerges is a startling saga of money, madness, and mystery. From the son who may have been shot by a chorus girl to the great-great grandson who used his millions to create Hollywood fantasies, Field s descendants have caromed wildly between rebellion and folly. Their story offers a new and penetrating take on wealth, success, and the nightmare that often accompanies the American dream.
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English
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0471024937
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Library Excavations Issue #3: Periodical Business

Location

400 S State St Harold Washington Library Center
60605 Chicago
United States
41° 39' 27.0828" N, 86° 23' 7.7928" W
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Library Excavations Issue #3: Periodical Business
Date: 
August 2016
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
Abstract: 
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.
Language: 
English
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Item Donor: 
Public Collectors

The Logan Square Free Press

Location

2741 W. Logan Blvd.
60647 Chicago, IL
United States
41° 55' 40.9188" N, 87° 41' 47.4" W
US
Catalog Number: 
Newspaper, The Logan Square Free Press
Date: 
August 16, 1984
Volume: 
5
Issue: 
24
Abstract: 
Biweekly newspaper that covered six wards in the northwest side in the 1980s. Circulation of 21,000 copies. This issue covered education, politics, sports, lifestyle advice, and coverage of local upcoming events.
Language: 
English
Spanish
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Waukegan, Illinois

Catalog Number: 
Book, Waukegan Historical Society
Date: 
2000
Edition: 
3rd printing
Abstract: 
"The Waukegan Historical Society was founded in 1968 to help keep the city's history alive. Through numerous programs and presentations the society has provided a record of many of the contributors to Waukegan's growth and importance. Publication of a photo record seems like a natural continuation of this mission. The memorable images collected in "Waukegan, Illinois" are of those people and events that made the city great, and were selected from the society's archives. We hope that many memories may be sparked as one wanders through our collective past."
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from back cover.
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ISSN/ISBN: 
0738508365
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Item Donor: 
Chicago Publishers Gallery

Rock Out: Ideas on Booking DIY Shows

Location

1025 W Sunnyside Ste 201
60640 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Rock Out: Ideas on Booking DIY Shows
Date: 
2002
Abstract: 
Rock Out is a zine about creating, booking and running DIY rock shows. The women behind this project organize benefits for the Chicago Women's Health Center.
Language: 
English.
Notes: 
There is a duplicate copy in the library.
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Fulfillment

Catalog Number: 
Book, Yohnka, Barbara K.
Date: 
2007
Edition: 
1
Abstract: 
"Kate McDermott has choices to make: Should she stick with her teaching job or return to her family's neglected Las Vegas business? Meanwhile, Kate must juggle two loves: ex-husband Keith and her new business partner, CJ Clemons. "Things unravel when Kate learns that she is pregnant, then discovers Keith has hidden a relationship with his new partner, too. What road will she take? After all, she divorced him following a fling with another partner. "The past is turned on its ear at warp speed. Kate's parents reluctantly keep her hidden revelation and Kate herself is shocked to find out that Aunt Didi has kept a powerful secret for 30 long years. "As with all tales, this one involves twists, turns and plenty of surprises - not the least of which reveals the unknown ally Keith has acquired when he tries to reconnect with Kate."
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract taken from back cover. Signed by author.
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ISSN/ISBN: 
1-4241-6121-5