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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Michael Williams  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult;


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Illinois Connection

Williams lives in Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information

Michael Williams is a Chicago historian, writer, designer, publisher who has produced more than a dozen books. He is one of the founders of CityFiles Press in Chicago.

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Selected Titles At Your Library

Chicago in the fifties :
ISBN: 0972545646. OCLC Number: 60661708

Chicago's Neighborhoods,. .

Hundreds of black-and-white photographs, with reminiscing interviews by people (both ordinary and famous) who grew up in Chicago in the 1950s, including Governor Jim Thompson, Sheriff Richard Elrod, sportswriter Bill Gleason, film critic Norman Mark, columnist Georgie Anne Geyer, Hillary Rodham Clinton, broadcast journalist Joel Weisman, Mel Thillens Jr., Blackhawks announcer Harvey Wittenberg, Chicago Bears player Johnny Morris, pitchers Jim Brosnan and Billy Pierce, jazz artist Ramsey Lewis, radio personality Chuck Schaden, comedian Mort Sahl, and television personalities Hugh Downs, Mike Wallace, and Ray Rayner.

Real stuff
ISBN: 0974587001. OCLC Number: 55215509

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Autobiographical anecdotes by Dennis P. Eichhorn. Themes include sex, violence, and drug use.

The old Chicago neighborhood :
ISBN: 0972545603. OCLC Number: 51927183

Chicago's Neighborhoods,. .