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This month, four collections are featured on the OCLC website. The featured collections for January are the Sykes Editorial Cartoon Collection, the North Park University Historical Photograph Collection, Michiana Postcards, and Millennium Park.
Virginia Commonwealth University
Charles Henry "Bill" Sykes (1882-1942) was a well-respected editorial cartoonist whose work appeared in numerous periodicals. The cartoons in this collection illustrate the events of the late 1930s and early 1940s, with a focus on American reaction to the aggressions of the Axis powers before the U.S. entry into World War II.
North Park University
This collection presents thousands of photographs from the history of North Park University. North Park University is located on the north side of Chicago and was founded by the Evangelical Covenant Church in 1891.
St. Joseph County Public Library
Michiana Postcards is a collection of vintage photographic and colorized postcards which depict the many iterations of the parks, streets, and buildings of the Michiana area of northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan.
Chicago Public Library
The Millennium Park collection includes more than five thousand images documenting the transformation of a downtown Chicago rail yard into a world-renowned urban park.