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Title Race relations – race riot of 1919 - papers
Reference MSTayl66, Series 1, Box 2, Folder 29
Library University of Illinois at Chicago Library, Special Collections
Collection Name Lea Demarest Taylor Papers
Collection Overview This collection contains correspondence, memos, articles, speeches, annual reports, minutes of meetings, and photographs. The material pertains to the operation and activities of the Chicago Commons, the Chicago Federation of Settlements and the National Federation of Settlements. The collection also includes writings by Graham Taylor.
Series Description Series 1: Subject Files. This series contains folders based on topics of significance to Lea Taylor (1883-1975), head resident of the Chicago Commons.
Date 1916-1920
Document Type Notes; Report; Correspondence; Periodical
Theme(s) Police and Community Relations; Protest and Race Riots
Keywords riots, racial tensions, womanhood, legal cases, unionism, religion, employment, segregation, racial violence, police brutality, housing, migration, corruption
Places Chicago, Illinois
Organisations/Associations Union League Club; Chicago Law and Order League
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