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July 19, 2018

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February 23, 2011
I never knew you Joe but I've recently become aware of your work. I saw the documentary about The Uptown you were in and actually teared up. I can't believe a theater documentary got me so inspired. You seem like a great man and we lost you too soon.
August 26, 2010
Dearest Joseph: Thinking of you often, and remembering all the great times we had crawling around the movie theatres at THS. Wondering what happened to the book you were writing The Theatres of Chicago??? Missing you all the time, Love, [email protected]
August 19, 2010
Always thinking of you Joe and the great times we had at the Theatre Historical Society. May you rest in peace knowing you were greatly admired and loved. [email protected]
June 26, 2009
JRD: Two Years Gone

I am remembering friend and mentor Joe DuciBella, who passed away June 29, 2007. A tireless historian and preservation advocate, Joe also maintained a successful indpendent interior design firm and maintained friends who shared his interests across the country. He's truly missed here in Chicago, where he always gave us good advice.

Here's one of many tributes that were published:

http://arcchicago.blogspot.com/2007/07/theater-historian-joseph-ducibella-dies.html

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