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  • Stubblefield Horse
    ImageA Percheron horse stands in the foreground of the Stubblefield Stables. A lot of farm work was carried out with the help of Percheron or Norman horses, which were bred and sold in Normal, Illinois.
  • Stump and Coons Business Receipt
    ImageIn 1873, Stump & Coons offered their services for horseshoeing and jobbing.
  • Sturbridge Commons, Massachusetts
    ImageThe commons, an open area of Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, were laid out with buildings grouped around the edges.
  • Sunrise, Woodhenge (near Cahokia Mounds, Illinois)
    ImageThe outlines of log posts are seen silhouetted against the sunrise during the summer solstice at Woodhenge.
  • Supermarine Spitfire Mark 1A
    ImageThe Mark 1A Spitfire is a World War II fighter plane. It has a single seat, multiple guns, and a variety of other armaments. The length of the fuselage is approximately sixteen feet and the wingspan is approximately thirty-six feet. The aircraft's fuselage and wings are painted dark green and ocean gray and its underbelly and under-wings are painted medium sea gray. Targets ...
  • Susan B. Anthony Dollar, 1979
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pagesA right-facing profile of the suffragette is surrounded by a circle of thirteen stars the word LIBERTY, to the right, IN GOD WE TRUST, and below the date.
  • Sweeper, Carpet
    ImageWooden long handled carpet sweeper with wooden handle. Rotating brush system attached to a steel roller. Four wheels in rotating assembly. Marked: "Bissel's Grand Rapids Cycoball Bearing".
  • Swift Illustrated
    Multi-Page Item | 16 pagesTrade catalog from Swift and Company. Dimensions are 4.25" x 6".
  • Syrian Coin from the Seleucid Empire
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pagesAR tetradrachm. Roman Imperatorial government by Nero as Augustus (AD 54-68). Regnal year 7 and year 109 of the Caesarian Period
  • Table, belonging to Abraham Lincoln
    ImageSmall table stand, two shelves, bracket feet. Side rails curve up to cornice-style support for top shelf. Bottom shelf solid, but narrower than top. Top shelf has two supports at inner side of rails, rectangular with rounded ends. Bottom shelf long, rectangular. L 23 1/2" x H 23" x W 15 1/2".
  • Tablecloth, possibly used by Lincoln family
    ImageWhite cotton tablecloth with fern pattern motif woven into fabric. Some staining, tears, fraying.
  • Taft and Van Doren Residence Halls, University of Illinois
    ImageTaft and Van Doren Residence Halls, Northwest Corner, Fourth Street and Peabody Drive, University of Illinois, Champaign.
  • Take Care! Idle Hands Work for Hitler
    ImagePoster, color, 20 x 28.5 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Taxi Wreck
    ImageA crowd of people surround a wrecked taxi cab on a Bloomington, Illinois, street corner. The rear half of the taxi is demolished.
  • T'day's Farmer
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pagesT'day's Farmer by Kin Hubbard from Back Country Folks, a year's accumulation of the philosophy and sketches of Abe Martin and others of Brown County, Indiana.
  • Telegraph Line
    ImageA twelve-inch length of wire with two sections of glass tubing used as insulation. The glass tubes are sealed at the joints with wax.
  • Ten years ago the Nazis burned these books; ... but free Americans can still read them
    ImagePoster, color, 28 x 20 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Testing Seed Germination at Funk Brothers
    ImageA man tests seed germination inside a Funk building.
  • This is Nazi brutality
    ImagePoster, color, 28.3 x 38 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • This is the enemy
    ImagePoster, color, 23.9 x 19.9 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • This world cannot exist half slave and half free, work for freedom!
    ImagePoster, color, 28.5 x 40 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Three Confederate soldiers
    ImagePhotograph, b/w
  • Three Liberty Dimes
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pagesThe 1864 dime has a wreath and says "United States of America." The other two coins just have the wreath. All three say "One Dime." The earliest dimes were called "dismes.
  • Threshing Crew
    ImageMembers of a threshing crew pose with their thresher near Carlock, Illinois, in 1887.
  • Tilbury Flash' Airplane
    ImageThe "Tilbury Flash" is shown on the grounds of the Bloomington Airport, Illinois. It was a small racing airplane, with an 18-foot wing span and a motorcycle engine. It hangs from the ceiling at the McLean County Musuem of History.
  • Tile Barn Remains
    ImageThe remains of this round tile barn include the walls. It is located north of Normal, Illinois.
  • Tile Corn Crib
    ImageThis oval corn crib was built of hollow building tile.
  • Tile, Drainage
    ImageLong Ceramic Field Tile. Trumpet-shaped with flared end at the bottom. Tapererd with an enlarged ring and narrow fitting rim on the other end. Hand thrown.
  • Tile Silo
    ImageMarvin Hougham stands next to a tile silo built about 1920 by his father.
  • Tile Work in Lexington about 1888
    ImageThis tile factory of Bartels and Stell was located in Lexington in 1888.
  • To all who use libraries
    ImagePoster, color (all lettered), 14.25 x 20 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Together
    ImagePoster, color, 20 x 30 in., printed for H. M. Stationery Office by Lowe & Brydone Printers Ltd., London.
  • Tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amen in the Valley of The Kings, near Thebes, Egypt
    ImageBlack and white stereograph slide, T238 from Tour of the World series, vol 5 and 6.
  • Torpedo the Axis!
    ImagePoster, color, 20 x 30 in., issued by The Admiralty and printed for H. M. Stationery Office.
  • Trade Axe
    ImageThis trade axe was manufactured by white settlers and traded to the Kickapoo.
  • Traditional Cornfield Planting
    ImageThis is an example of traditional cornfield planting, with multiple plants per hill and space between hills of corn.
  • Train platform, Champaign, Illinois
    ImageTrain platform, Champaign, March 25, 1983