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Finding aid guides to Manuscript Collections held at DePaul University Special Collections and Archives.
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  • Arts
    Finding aids for Chicago playwrights, theater, and arts related materials.
  • Catholic
    Manuscript collections created by Catholic organizations or individuals or related to Catholic issues.
  • Chicago
    Manuscript and ephemera collections created by Chicago organizations and individuals that reflect events and activities in the city.
  • DePaul
    Organizational records of DePaul University along with papers and collections created by or in conjunction with faculty and alumni.
  • Latino Studies
    Organizational records and individual papers concerning issues in the Latino community or with regard to areas of Central or Latin America.
  • Lincoln Park
    Documents and other materials created by individuals and organizations located within or concerned with the Lincoln Park neighborhood and surrounding communities.
  • Religious Studies
    Manuscript collections that document the activities of religious organizations and individuals with regard to interreligious faiths, Islam, and Greek orthodoxy.
  • Social Justice
    Manuscript collections created by individuals and organizations who initiate programs and seek community betterment on a wide range of issues including capital punishment, nuclear disarmament, and equality.
  • Vincentian
    Collections related to the parishes, seminaries, and individuals who are part of the Western Province of the Congregation of the Mission.
  • Women and Gender
    Collections created by individuals and organizations that promote the gender equality and access to services.
  • Zines
    Collections of self-produced and distributed alternative publications that were amassed by individuals involved in the zine community and from the Great Lakes region. Topics vary per collection.
 

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