College of Complexes curriculum, November 1960

Slim Brundage Papers, Box 7, Folder 226, Newberry Library.

Slim Brundage had been a bouncer at the Dill Pickle Club in the 1920s and the manager of a short-lived open forum known as the Knowledge Box in the 1930s. In the 1950s he opened his own club known as The College of Complexes. A bar and an open forum, the College sponsored lectures from all sides of the political and social spectrum, as these issues of the College's newsletter, The Curriculum, suggest.

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Source:
Midwest MS Brundage, Box 7, Folder 226
Date:
November 1960
Subjects:
Amusements
Places:
Chicago (Ill.)
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