DePaul University Libraries
Schools & Academic Departments
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1Aldredge, Theoni
Description: Theoni V. Aldredge, alum of the Goodman School of Drama, (now The Theatre School at DePaul University) achieved great success as an award-winning Broadway costume designer. The bulk of the designs in this collection are from shows produced between 1972 and 1990.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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2Barat College
Description: Founded by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart in 1858, Barat College began as the Barat Academy for Young Women. In 1904, the school moved to its Lake Forest campus, where it was chartered as a four-year college for women in 1918. In 2001, Barat formed an educational alliance with DePaul University, and was known as Barat College of DePaul until it ceased operations in 2005.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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3Finkel, Alicia
Description: Alicia Finkel, former faculty member of the Goodman School of Drama (now the Theatre School at DePaul University) and Principle Costume Designer for the Goodman Theatre Company from 1968-1975, donated her papers to the DePaul University Archives in 2010.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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4Hargate, Bill
Description: The Bill Hargate Papers were donated to DePaul in 2004. Hargate attended the Goodman School of Drama (now The Theatre School at DePaul University)in the mid-1950s. He became an award-winning costume designer for stage and screen. The bulk of his papers include costume sketches that range in date from the 1960s through the 1990s.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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5Maronek, James
Description: This collection primarily includes the production files of James Maronek, alumnus and faculty member of the Goodman School of Drama (now The Theatre School at DePaul University).
Restrictions: In library use only
6Music School
Description: DePaul's School of Music was launched as the "College of Music" in 1912. By 1913, DePaul's program expanded to emphasize teacher training that met the Chicago Board of Education requirements. It became the "School of Music" in 1922, and later was the first Catholic music school to gain membership to the National Association of Schools of Music.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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7Nettleton, Lois
Description: The Lois Nettleton Papers were donated to DePaul in 2008. Nettleton attended the Goodman School of Drama (now The Theatre School at DePaul University)in the early 1940s. She had a long and varied acting career in stage, television, and film from 1949 to 2006.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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8School for New Learning
Description: DePaul's School for New Learning enrolls and addresses the educational needs of older or nontraditional students.
Restrictions: In library use only
 
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9Women, Writing, and Incarceration Project
Description: The Women, Writing and Incarceration Project (WWIP) was formed through a School for New Learning class taught by Professor Ann Stanford at DePaul University. This class developed out of the ?Windows to Freedom? library program at Cook County Jail, which was begun by community activists in 1996. The WWIP class was offered from 2001 to 2005.
Restrictions: In library use only