Title: Chicago History Volume 1, Number 3, Spring, ...
Publisher: Chicago: CHS, 1946
Publication Date: 1946
Binding: Soft cover
88 p., wraps, plus insert sheet from the president of the society, Joseph M. Cudahy, announcing changes and improvements such as enlarging its publication program (presumably including publication of this new quarterly journal) and asking for donations to the endowment fund. This inaugural issue recounts the history of the organization and pictures its several buildings, culminating in the dedication of the Lincoln Park structure in 1932. It also contains lists of new members, annual members (and one "Governing Annual Member," John Cummings Lindop of Winnetka), officers, and trustees. 12mo (7 1/4" x 4 1/2"), black-and-white photos, fine. Bookseller Inventory # 1209KH7
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