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John E. Daughtry
John E. Daughtry lived and work at Mundelein College and the surrounding neighborhood for over 40 years. For 23 of those years he lived on the campus grounds. He also was a driver and staff for the college.
In this interview, John E. Daughtry gives details of how Mundelein College developed physically over the decades. He also tells stories of his years as a driver for a variety of employers including Mundelein College and the Mafia. He also talks of the Daley House.
Mundelein College educational experience
Mundelein College Audiovisual Collection
Gannon, Hall Chicago, Il
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Chicago, Il Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago
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John E. Daughtry, Oral History, 26 July 1971, Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Il
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