CHICAGO (AP) — Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley is donating his papers to a library named after his father.

Daley has donated a large collection and artifacts to the Richard J. Daley Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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The items include scores of documents and photographs that help tell the story of his five terms in office. There’s memorabilia from the 1996 Democratic Convention and a report about how Chicago accommodated the Batman movie franchise. There are letters and photographs — some autographed — signed by former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama a well as former Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson.

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Also at the library is the desk Richard M. Daley sat behind during his 22 years in office and his father used before him when he was mayor.

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