Paul Renner, Futura Specimen Booklet, 1930s. Bauer Type Foundry, Inc. Via Lubalin Study Center
WMAR-TV’s monthly newsletter, Television Topics, September 1969
Merchandise Mart, 1931, Chicago. Charles Turzak
Oak and Rush, 1967, Chicago
George Willeman’s scan of frame from LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY (1925), a nitrate print belonging to actress Marion Davies. Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn (before there was a -Mayer). “
Women attend an archery class at the University of Texas, March 1928.Photograph by Clifton R. Adams, National Geographic
"Who’s That Woman?" as performed at the first Boston tryout of Sondheim’s FOLLIES on February 20, 1971. Mary McCarty as Stella Deems, with the ladies of the Weissman Follies. The taps are the sound of the chorus boys in the basement being piped into the auditorium. The audience is clearly digging the whole thing.
Orchestration by Jonathan Tunick; dance arrangement by John Berkman. (The last part of the song was re-orchestrated before the Broadway opening.)
Three Kodachrome transparencies of Maxwell Street in Chicago c. 1955.
Pontiac Commercial Shoot #1
Not sure what year this was taken.
1967 or 1968 (this is the ‘68 lineup.)
State Street Looking South - Chicago, Illinois