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see under Newberry, Walter LoomisNewberry, Walter Loomis,
1804–68, American merchant and banker, b. East Windsor (in the section now South Windsor), Conn. In 1822 he entered the shipping business with his brother Oliver in Buffalo, and in 1826 they went to Detroit, where they established a prosperous
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Among the more than 60 Chicago institutions joining Chicago Shakespeare in offering performances, events and exhibitions are: the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Humanities Festival, Chicago Mariachi Project, Chicago Park District, Chicago Public Libraries, Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Illinois Humanities, Joffrey Ballet, Logan Center for the Arts, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Negaunee Music Institute, Newberry Library and WTTW.
Dilys, who recently visited her sister Mary in Talwrn on Anglesey, plans to write a book about early Welsh settlers, has donated early minutes to her local Newberry library so researchers can use them.
McCorison's consultancies included the National Endowment for the Humanities, Folger Shakespeare Library, Independent Research Libraries Association, Library of Congress, and the Newberry Library.
Scholl Center for American History and Culture at the Newberry Library, makes two important contributions in this book.
In he late 1960s, Emmet received support from the American Council of Learned Societies and Chicago's Newberry Library to film Irish and British material in Vatican archives.
McElwee in his coverage of the bishop's March 28 talk at Chicago's Newberry Library (NCR, April 13-26).
Marco is an instructor in the seminars program at the Newberry Library in Chicago.
Further investigations led him to the Newberry Library, Chicago, where he discovered more material.
The chapters that make up The Imperial Map were originally presented at the fifteenth Kenneth Nebenzahl Lectures in the History of Cartography held at the Newberry Library in Chicago in 2004.
Collected here in a developed form are eleven of the papers that were presented at a conference held at the Newberry Library in Chicago in October, 2002.
Evanston and Chicago: Northwestern University Press and The Newberry Library.
She was the moving force behind the Ballet Guild of Chicago, reviewed for two of the city's newspapers, and left her vast dance collection to the Newberry Library.