Henry D. Green Photograph Collection
CPL's Digital Collections document life in Chicago through archival images, documents and artifacts.
Chicago Public Library’s Northside Neighborhood History Collection houses the photographs of Henry Green, a commercial photographer on Chicago’s North Side.
Subjects in the collection include local business establishments, community groups, religious institutions, celebrations in neighborhood parks and events at local schools. Many photographs reflect life on the North Side during World War II, including images of military personnel.
This collection is housed in the Northside Neighborhood History Collection at Sulzer Regional Library. Additional materials by Henry Delorval Green are held at the Chicago History Museum.
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Acknowledgment of Harmful Materials
Chicago Public Library collects images, documents and other archival materials from different communities and time periods to preserve and make available the cultural and historical record. As historical objects, some of these materials contain harmful or disturbing content. CPL presents these artifacts as an unfiltered social record and does not endorse the views expressed therein.
Related CPL Collections
- Henry Delorval Green Photograph Collection
- Neighborhood Archival Collections: Additional collections focusing on Chicago’s neighborhoods.
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