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Victor Lawson and the Making of the Modern Newspaper Thomas Dorsey: Making the Blues Holy Frederick Olmsted and the Parks of Chicago John Root’s Impact on Chicago Planning David Boder’s Interviews of Concentration Camps Refugees Stephen Mather and the National Parks William Walker’s Wall Sir Georg Solti and the CSO Steve Goodman and the Folk Music Scene Carlos Cortez: Artist as Revolutionary Community Russell Ballard, Hull House, and the Neighborhood The Boxing Priest: Bishop Sheil & the CYO Louise de Koven Bowen: Rich Reformer Chesborough: King of the Drains Philanthropy and Julius Rosenwald Julian Levi and the SECC: Remaking Hyde Park Florence Scala and Fight to Save Little Italy Bishop Brazier and The Woodlawn Organization Ben Reitman and Hobo Rights Saul Alinsky: A Radical Organizer Patricia Crowley: Finding a Place for Women Kale Williams and the Struggle for Open Housing Edith Wood and the Battle for Integrated Public Housing Adena Miller Rich & Immigrant Protection Edith Abbott and Housing for the Poor Graham Taylor and the Settlement Movement Ralph Helstein and the Packinghouse Workers Union Bertha Palmer: Queen of Chicago Sheldon Trapp and the Fight to End Redlining Mary McDowell: Angel of the Stockyards Off-the-Street Club of “Colonel” Auguste Matheiu Chicago Urban League under Edwin Berry Paul Cornell Builds His Dream Community Henry Martinez and the Southeast Side Founding of Mujeres en Accion Economy Jesse Binga, Bronzeville Entrepreneur Henry Demarest Lloyd: Wealth Against Commonwealth Samuel Insull: Electrifying the City Agnes Nestor: Working Class Leader Tucker: Challenging the Big Four Florence Kelley and Workers Rights John Fitzpatrick and Labor’s Heyday Margaret Dreier Robbins: Advocate for Women & Labor Philip Armour and Vocational Education Ignaz Schwinn and the Bicycle Revolution

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