01/05. Illinois Individuals & Families
Record Group Term
Subgroup containing record series documenting Illinois individuals and families who were not engaged in political activities.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Chicago, Illinois, family including particularly Stella Skiff Jannotta (1867-1954) – suffragist, eugenicist, humanist, genealogist, and writer; her husband Alfredo Antonio Jannotta (1843-1913) – Italian born composer and conductor who ran voice culture schools in several American cities; and their oldest son, A. Vernon (1894-1972) – World War I veteran who commanded amphibious forces in the South and Southwest Pacific during World War II, attained rank of Rear Admiral, and became an executive...
Dates: 1894 - 1972
Collection — Box Lewis Angle Collection
Collection — Box Loper Collection
Overview The collection includes a variety of photographs and newspaper clippings relating to Harry T. Loper. Most of the collection includes information on Loper’s involvement in the 1908 Springfield Race Riots and the Lyric/Tivoli Theatre. The collection also includes newspaper clippings of the Herrin, Illinois riot and about Loper’s 1907 Ford Model K Roadster.
Dates: 1907 - 2010