Chicago State University

Part of Illinois' state university system, Chicago State University is an urban university that has historically served a predominantly African American student body. Archival collections document cultural and arts programming on campus. Limited inventories of some archival collections are available on site. Some records in this web resource were compiled from in-person examination of materials.


9501 South Martin Luther King Drive
Library, Rm. 300
Chicago, IL 60628
United States

Collections in this Repository

Displaying 1 - 3 of 3.
  • Collection Title: Art Audio-Visual collection
    Inclusive Dates: 1960s–present
  • Collection Title: Chicago Renaissance: A Festival Celebrating African American Art
    Inclusive Dates: 1997–2001
  • Collection Title: Chicago State College Oral History Research Program papers
    Inclusive Dates: 1937–1974

Photograph of an artist's easel side table with paints and other materials
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