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H-Illinois decommissioned; H-Midwest approval


On July 1, 2015, H-Net Council voted to decommission H-Illinois and several other networks dedicated to the study of the history and culture of Midwestern US states, due to lack of activity. Council also approved a plan to create a new network, H-Midwest, dedicated to Midwestern Studies. Subscribers to H-Illinois will be automatically merged into H-Midwest when it is created.

CfP Chicago Polish Catholic Immigrants Conference Nov 13-14th 2015 Loyola University Chicago



The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage




The Interdisciplinary Polish Studies Program


Chicago Catholic Immigrants Conference: The Poles

November 13-14, 2015

Loyola University Chicago




Stained Glass Studios of John J. Kinsella Company of Chicago?

[Ed. note (PBK): I'm sure our friends at h-stained-glass would have some suggestions to make as well.]

I am trying to find out more about the stained glass studios of the John J. Kinsella Company of Chicago.  I am particularly interested in locating churches where the company's windows are installed and most especially if any were installed in Ohio.  I have searched the internet extensively and have located a few in Chicago and one in Boise.


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