Chicago Genealogist Now On-line

Chicago Genealogist. Journal of the Chicago Genealogical Society. Chicago Browsing F548.1 .C45
Chicago Genealogist. Journal of the Chicago Genealogical Society. Chicago Browsing F548.1 .C45

The Chicago Genealogical Society and the Newberry are pleased to announce a new digital collection, the Chicago Genealogist. The Chicago Genealogist is a quarterly journal published continuously since 1969 by the Chicago Genealogical Society.

The easily searchable online collection is free to the public and contains volumes 1-39 (1969-2007). Although a useful listing of the contents of the quarterly is available on the society’s website and it has been indexed in PERSI, this collection allows the researcher to search by keyword - a surname, church or school name, Chicago neighborhood, etc., in a way not possible previously. The collection is another valuable resource for the Chicago researcher’s toolbox.  

This cooperative effort is accessible through the CARLI (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois) Digital Collections site, where it is one of several collections of interest to genealogists.  

All of the images in the Chicago Genealogist have been made available courtesy of the society and all rights are reserved by the Chicago Genealogical Society. Information about requesting reproductions is on the collection website.

Newer issues are available through membership in the Chicago Genealogical Society. A complete print collection is available at the Newberry.

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I am looking for the Walscheid family who lived in the Austin area of Chicago in the early 1900s to about 1942. They changed their last name to Walsh.
I am researching the Blackburn name in Chicago from 1853 and Evanston where they moved after the Great Fire.
I am interested in finding relatives and information for Ceasar Dykema married Helen Easterhouse in Chicago about 1900,.they were living in Chicago according to census 1910 Had several children, Thomas, Grace, Minnie. Helen died and he married an Othelia Wolf. about 1913 Any information will be greatly appreciated. e-mail me hnestly@yahoo.com
I am interested in finding information on my Grandfather Arthur Wilhem Johnson who came to Chicago in approximately1925 -1928. He was born in Sweden January 6, 1902. Swedish name was Arthur Wilhem Johansson. Where he might be buried also? Died Oct. 19, 1942. Thank-you!
A reply has been sent to Elizabeth privately. The best way to ask us specific reference questions is to use the Contact a Librarian form: http://www.newberry.org/contact-librarian

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