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  • Potter House, Atlanta
    ImageReproduction of a black and white photograph of the Potter House in Atlanta. Source: Barnard, George N. Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign, Embracing Scenes of the Occupation of Nashville, the Great Battles around Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain, the Campaign of Atlanta, March to the Sea, and the Great Raid through the Carolinas. New York, 1866. Dimensions: 8"x10".
  • Prairie Breaking
    ImageThis drawing shows a yoke of oxen plowing a field.
  • Prayer Stick
    ImageThis prayer stick was used by the "Praying Kickapoo" in the 1830's. It is carved with symbolic characters.
  • Preparing corn planter
    ImageHarold Smith prepares a John Deere 16 row planter in the spring of 1995.
  • President Gerald R. Ford Speaking at the Lincoln Home
    ImagePhoto of President Gerald R. Ford, waving, in front of the Lincoln Home, March 1976. Ford stands behind a podium, posted before the Front (west) entrance to the Lincoln Home.
  • Presidential Box where Lincoln was shot, Ford's Theater
    ImageThe Presidential Box at Ford’s Theater in Washington D.C. looks much the same today as it did on the night of April 14, 1865, when John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln.
  • President's House, University of Illinois
    Image711 with Florida Avenue, Urbana.
  • Pressed metal picture of Abraham Lincoln's Home and neighborhood
    ImagePressed metal (possibly tin) picture and mat of Lincoln Home and neighborhood. Home exterior has large tree in front and a hitching post near street. In back are a small tree and three-bay barn. Mat has scrollwork and engraved plate on bottom, oak leaves, vine and acorns. Frame has three incised lines and rounded edges. L 36 W 28.4 D 2 cm (in frame).
  • Price Jones 1914 Tile Barn
    ImageThis tile barn was built by Price Jones in 1914 to house feeder cattle. It is located near Towanda.
  • Print, Card
    Image3.75" x 2.325" political card with Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson on the front. From an engraving, fine detail. On the reverse in ink is written "Mr. E.A. Shult" and "Published by Golden and Sammons, No. 1 Clark St., Chicago" is printed on the reverse as well.
  • Print: Fertility
    ImageA print of a black and white stylized view of a farmstead including ripening rows of corn, a large barn with silo and a small farmhouse. Dimensions are 9" x 12".
  • Printing Press, c. 1830
    ImageThe noted abolitionist Elijah P. Lovejoy (1802-37) is believed to have owned this press, which is in the collection of the Chicago Historical Society.
  • Print: Landscape in Evening Light
    ImageA print of a bird's-eye view of rolling farmland with a group of cows grazing near the foreground. Dimensions are 27" x 36".
  • Print: Loading Corn
    ImageCoverage/Spatial likely in relation to Missouri.
  • Print of Abraham Lincoln
    ImageFramed print of Abraham Lincoln based on his life mask. Lincoln wears dark suit and bow tie and white shirt. A gold watch fob and chain is visible coming from vest pocket. Signed by artist on lower right corner "Lloyd Ostendorf." Numbered "#16/500" in lower left corner. L 41 3/4" x W 34 5/8" x D 1 1/2".
  • Print of Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln Home and horse
    ImageMr. Lincoln, Residence and Horse/In Springfield, Illinois... On His Return. Lincoln on horseback, riding black horse, in front of home, waves top hat to crowd of well-dressed people. From SW corner. Lincoln's picture is based on reverse of photo taken Feb. 9, 1864. L 22" x W 17 1/4".
  • Print of girl praying
    ImageThe Morning Prayer
  • Print of homes of famous Americans
    ImageWood engraving showing a collage of homes in various "frames", surrounded by dasies. Homes are numbered and ID'd with a key. Homes are: Webster, Washington, Lincoln and Garfield birthplaces, Monticello, Mt. Vernon, Lincoln Home, and the Hermitage. Lincoln Home has large tree blocking the view from front, with a lean-to attached to kitchen. Lincoln Home is #6. L 10" x W 7".
  • Print of Lincoln's funeral procession in Chicago, IL
    ImageFuneral Service of President Lincoln at Chicago, Illinois. May 1- Removing the Coffin From the Funeral Train to the Catafalque- From a Photograph by Alschuler. Lithograph on newsprint, mounted on white paper. Large crowd lines street, soldiers carry coffin toward large catafalque under canopy. Catafalque under center of three arches with various mottos on them, many flags an...
  • Print of the Lincoln Family in the White House
    ImagePresident Lincoln and Family Circle. Tinted portrait of Abraham and Mary Lincoln with their three sons in the White House. Classical decorations with views of water and US Capitol Building out the windows. Green center table. L-R, Robert in military uniform, Mary in orange dress with flowers in hair, Tad in blue uniform. Willie and Mr. Lincoln in black, Willie reads a book. ...
  • Print of the Lincoln Home
    ImageThe Home of Abraham Lincoln. Shows home from SW corner, back wing and small chimney visible beyond
  • Print: Our Good Earth
    ImageCoverage/Spatial likely in relation to Iowa.
  • Print, Photographic (threshing scene)
    ImageThreshing scene on the Allen Grant Little farm, Hensley Township, Champaign County, Illinois. Right to left, Allen Grant Little and son Harvey. Charles V. True Jr. (no hat), Wylie True, and Kirker True. A steam thresher hooked to a blower stands in the foreground, on the right-hand side is a single horse buggy next to a wagon. Harvey Little carries a water jug.
  • Print, Photographic (threshing scene)
    ImagePhotograph. Threshing scene on the Allen Grant Little farm, Hensley Township, Champaign County, Illinois. Image shows a threshing crew operating a steam thresher attached to a blower. Several full wagons are in the foreground, along with waterbarrels and a water truck.
  • Private Edwin Francis Jennison
    ImagePhotograph, b/w
  • Projectile Point
    ImageThis projectile point is dark in color. It is slightly notched near the base. It was used by Woodland Indians for hunting.
  • Projectile Point
    ImageThis wide projectile point has two distinct notches on either side. It was used by the Woodland Indians for hunting.
  • Projectile Point
    ImageOff-white colored stone projectile point. Equilateral shaped head with a notched stem and a lower flared base. Sharp edges on two sides and point. Probably late Hopewell/Woodland period.
  • Projectile Point
    ImageThis projectile point is light in color. It is notched near the base. It was used by Woodland Indians for hunting.
  • Projectile Point
    ImageThis projectile point was used by the Woodland Indians for hunting. It is rounded at the bottom with no notches.
  • Protect his future, buy and keep war bonds
    ImagePoster, color, 10 x 14 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Psi Upsilon Fraternity, Champaign, Illinois
    Image313 E. Armory Ave., Champaign.
  • Public Lands in Illinois
    ImageReport by Abraham Lincoln from the Committee on Finance read on January 17, 1839 during the 11th Assembly of the Illinois House of Representatives. Mr. Lincoln recommended a proposal to purchase all unappropriated government lands within the state. For the full text of this imprint as taken from the Journal of the Illinois House of Representatives, see The Collected Works...
  • Queen Mary and Princess Mary at Coventry
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pagesBlack and white photograph. Label text: 'Queen Mary and Princess Mary at Coventry. The Queen, accompanied by Princess Mary, visited Coventry on Tuesday, the visit being one of the series which Her Majesty had made to study the problems created by the great increase of female labour. PHOTO: A little 'grand stand' waiting for the Queen to pass. The kiddies' father is at the...
  • Race Inn, Urbana, Illinois
    Image115 S. Race Street, Urbana
  • Race Track, Champaign County Fair, Champaign, Illinois
    ImageRace Track, Champaign County Fair, July 31, 1940.