additional manuscript collections
Following are additional collections held by the Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections.
- Leander Hamilton McCormick papers, 1874-1923
Author, inventor, and art collector; grandson of Robert Hall McCormick. The Leander Hamilton McCormick papers consist of .25 linear feet spanning the years 1874 - 1923 (bulk 1874-1893) and include essays; correspondence; house, office, and private rules; business proposals; artwork catalog; and publications. Subjects include religion, yellow fever, business and labor, character analysis, and phrenology.
- John Byrne papers, 1832-1936
Chicago Public Schools educator; attorney. The John Byrne papers consist of 1.75 linear feet spanning the years 1832 to 1936 (bulk 1832 to 1900) and include correspondence, notes, lesson plans, lectures and writings on education, education reform, abolitionism, political issues, and stock certificates and memorabilia from the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.
- Martin Heidegger Collection, ca. 1918-1976
The Martin Heidegger collection spans from approximately 1918 to 1961 and includes typescripts and photocopies of notes and manuscripts, and one recording (record album) of a Martin Heidegger speech. This collection can only be used at the Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections. Photocopying, scanning, and taking of digital images are prohibited.
- Granger E. Westberg papers, 1935-2000
Westberg was the founder of the Parish Nursing movement and a pioneer in wholistic health care.