Urban Green: Nature, Recreation, and the Working Class in Industrial Chicago

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Abbreviations
ASPAnthony Sorrentino Papers, Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, Ill.
CAPPChicago Area Project Papers, Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, Ill.
CD-LChicago Defender (Local Edition)
CD-NChicago Defender (National Edition)
CFLPSChicago Foreign Language Press Survey, Special Collections Research Center, Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
CHSChicago Historical Society, Chicago, Ill.
CTChicago Tribune
EBPErnest W. Burgess Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
FITZJohn Fitzpatrick Papers, Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, Ill.
FLOPPapers of Frederick Law Olmsted, Manuscripts Division, Rare Books and Special Collections Reading Room, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
IACItalian American Collection, Daley Library Special Collections, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
IWPNIllinois Writer’s Project: The Negro in Illinois, Vivian Harsh Collection, Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Chicago, Ill.
NAACPRRecords of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Rare Books and Special Collections Reading Room, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
NHRC-BNeighborhood History Research Collections, Back of the Yards, The Special Collections and Preservation Division, Harold Washington Library, Chicago, Ill.
NHRC-CNeighborhood History Research Collections, City Wide Community Collections, The Special Collections and Preservation Division, Harold Washington Library, Chicago, Ill.
NHRC-RNeighborhood History Research Collections, Ravenswood–Lake View Community Collection, Special Collections, Sultzer Library, Chicago, Ill.
NNWSCCPNear North West Side Community Council Papers, Daley Library Special Collections University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

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