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414 Zech, Ralph W. Papers, 1960-1979 (8.0 items; 1 folder)

This collection contains newspaper articles and other papers concerning Ralph W. Zech, an educator and political figure from Illinois. Ralph Wilbur Zech (1912-1979) attended the University of Illinois and graduated in 1938. Following his graduation, he had a thirty-year career as an educator and principal at several schools, including Bryant Elementary ...

1098 Ziegler, Grace M. Collection, 1953-1974 (1.0 folders)

This collection contains correspondence and notes about the donation of three copies of an Abraham Lincoln photograph owned by Grace M. Ziegler (nee Miller). There are also a small number of photographs of Ziegler. Grace M. Ziegler (1894-1989) was born in Litchfield, Illinois. She married Llyod H. Ziegler (1892-1945) in 1931. ...

416 Zinser Family. Papers, 1921-1975 (3.0 cubic feet)

The Zinser Family papers center on Anne V. Zinser's work with numerous charitable institutions. The wife of Melford E. Zinser, a successful dentist in Chicago, Anne was involved in a number of philanthropic and cultural endeavors in addition to being a successful businesswoman in the field of personnel services. This ...

417 Zybell, Albert B. Account Book and Receipts, 1906-1921 (0.2 cubic feet)

Albert B. Zybell (1860-1948), an undertaker, embalmer, and furniture dealer in Monticello, Illinois, used this account book to record funeral expenses, including such items as clothes, vaults, coffins, flowers and accessories. The 270-page account book and 59 miscellaneous receipts were acquired by the Illinois Historical Survey in 1974, and duplicated ...

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