Where can you find information about the history of St Basil Catholic School on the southside of Chicago?
The school building still stands at 1824 W. Garfield Blvd. My father attended St. Basil Catholic School from 1917-1923. I'm assuming the neighborhood was primarily Irish then. In 2002 the old school building became the Basil Campus of the Chicago International Charter School.
Any history on the print of the last supper with this info stamped on the front bottom of print us-ap co Chicago stk 791?
Bernard Ward has written: 'The eve of Catholic emancipation' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Catholics, History, Catholic Church, Church history 'History of St. Edmund's College, Old Hall' 'The sequel to Catholic emancipation' -- subject(s): Catholics, Catholic emancipation, History, Catholic Church, Church history
Joseph A. Varacalli has written: 'The Catholic experience in America' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, History 'The Catholic and politics in post-World War II America' -- subject(s): Christianity and politics, Catholic Church, History 'The American Catholic call for liberty and justice for all' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Church and social problems, Church history, Knowledge, Sociology of, Sociology of Knowledge
Giuseppe Raspini has written: 'I monasteri nella diocesi di Fiesole' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Catholic Church. Diocese of Fiesole (Italy), Church history, Monasteries 'Gli archivi parrocchiali della diocesi di Fiesole' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Catholic Church, Catholic Church. Diocese of Fiesole (Italy), Genealogy, History, Registers of births, Sources 'Braccio Martelli (1501-1563)' -- subject(s): Biography, Bishops, Catholic Church, Church history, Council of Trent (1545-1563) 'La chiesa fiesolana e le sue istituzioni' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Catholic Church…
James J. Hennesey has written: 'American Catholics' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Catholics, History 'The Baltimore Council of 1866' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Catholic Church. Plenary Council of Baltimore 'American Catholic bibliography, 1970-1982' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Catholic Church, Catholics, History 'Supplement to American Catholic bibliography 1970-1982' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Church history
What kind of records would a Chicago Catholic parish church keep on its congregants in the early 20th century?
Archdiocese of Chicago parish records through 1915 were filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah and the microfilms can be ordered in and viewed at any LDS Family History Center. The records may vary slightly by parish, but they generally include baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and burials. The information recorded in the registers varies by parish. For example, some marriage records include parent names but many do not. A quick way to see what's available is…
Where can you find information about a reverse glass painting of the Palace of Versailles France where World's Peace Treaty was signed made and sold by Chicago Portrait Company?
From the information I found some time ago is that movies were first made in Chicago before going to Hollywood. There they could make movies all year round. The Chicago river was the sine of some of the westerns and I recognized some of the sines from the Pilsen area of Chicago. So that's what I know. Anybody add something?
John Rooney has written: 'On rocky grounds' 'Khabar gembira =' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Church history, History 'Symphony on sands' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Church history, History 'The hesitant dawn' -- subject(s): History, Missions, Church history 'Shadows in the dark' -- subject(s): Church history, Islam, History