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  • Bust of Abraham Lincoln by Leonard Volk, 1860
    Imageon back of base "Abraham Lincoln Modeled from Life by Leonard V. Volk, Chicago, 1860."
  • Bust of Charles Dickens
    ImageWhite Parian ware bust of Charles Dickens. Pedestal base, full bust from chest up. Frock coat, vest and tie, long beard and moustache, short hair. Inscribed "Charles Dickens J & TH." H 8 7/8".
  • Bust of poet Robert Burns
    Imagewavy hair, combed forward. Marked "Burns, mark C 107". H 8".
  • Bust of William Shakespeare
    ImageWhite Parian ware bust of Shakespeare. Turned pedestal, bust from chest up, has cloak draped around himself, shirt ties into bow wtih tassels, short hair, beard, moustache. Inscribed into china "J& TB". Similar in style and construction to LIHO 137. H 7 7/8".
  • Buy now for the bigger 7th War Loan
    ImagePoster, color, 14 x 10 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Buzzard's Roost, Georgia
    ImageReproduction of a black and white photograph of Buzzard's Roost. 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".
  • Cabinet Photograph of Lincoln Home parlors
    ImageSepia-tone print of Lincoln Home parlors, furnished as an exhibit area by Osborn Oldroyd. Framed prints and photos cover the walls, several busts and sculptures are on shelves and pillars on either side of doorway. Some items have large numbers on them. Several cases hold books. A horsehair sofa is on the left, a side chair on the right. Cradle is visible in back center of r...
  • Cabinet photograph of the wedding of Allen Grant Little and Florence Howard True
    ImageWedding photograph of Allen Grant Little and Florence Howard True. The photograph was probably taken on their wedding date, July 22, 1896. Allen ordered six copies of the photograph.
  • Cabinet Photograph, showing the Lincoln Home draped in mourning
    ImageSepia-toned photoprint mounted on cardboard. Original photo is oval & shows Lincoln Home draped in mourning with a delegation of men & one boy in front. Other people and Carrigan house visible in background. On back is list of "Photographs for sale at the Lincoln Homestead... O.H. Oldroyd, State Custodian." No. 7 is a view of Home taken on the day of Lincoln's funeral. Origi...
  • Cable Car
    ImageThe cable car is fifteen feet tall, eight feet wide, and twenty feet long. There are six two-person seats on each side. Its wooden seats are similar to bench seats found in a church. The cable car is made of wood-top and bottom with open sides. A hanging kerosene lamp is used to light the interior. There are also running boards twelve feet long on both sides. The cable car i...
  • Cahokia Courthouse
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pagesImages of Cahokia Courthouse from different angles
  • Cahokia Village
    ImageWinter scene at Cahokia from a lithograph by J. S. Wild, published in 1841. Horses roam freely in the Commons. A couple in a sleigh are pulled by a horse. Another couple walks in the snow, the woman keeping her hands warm in a muff, and the man by shoving his hands in his pockets. Two children play in the distance. ...
  • Cake Stand, belonging to Mary Todd Lincoln
    ImageGlass cake plate on stand, pedestal base, turned stem, fluted column effect at top of stem. Plate has rim side, base is hollow, but stem is solid. H 8", Diam. 11".
  • Calling Card, left by Abraham Lincoln at the home of Obediah Lewis
    Imageback has glue spots in corners. In script: "A. Lincoln". Discoloration from glue, upper left corner torn off, upper right corner creased/torn.
  • Camp Marks, Anacostia Flats
    ImagePhotograph, b/w
  • Can All You Can, it's a Real War Job!
    ImagePoster, color, 7.5 x 10.5 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Candelabra, belonging to Abraham Lincoln
    ImageSingle-stick girandole candelabra, with marble base, turned bronze pedestal support, three-branched stem. Cast-bronze piece with flowers and pair of turtle dove designs. Pedestal has remnants of burnished design. Triangular star/ snowflake cut glass prisms hang from cast bronze round. In set with LIHO 150 and 152. H 17 1/2" x Base L 5" x W 5".
  • Candelabrum, belonging to Abraham Lincoln
    ImageSingle-stick girandole candelabra, with marble base, turned bronze pedestal support, branched stem. cast-bronze priece with flowers and pair of turtle dove designs. Pedestal has remnants of burnished design. Triangular star/ snowflake cut glass prisms hang from cast bronze round. In set with LIHO 151 and 152. H 16 1/2" x L 5" x W 5".
  • Candelabrum, belonging to Abraham Lincoln
    ImageSingle-stick girandole candelabra, with marble base, turned bronze pedestal support, branched stem. Cast-bronze piece with flowers and pair of turtle dove designs. Pedestal has remnants of burnished design. Triangular star/ snowflake cut glass prisms hang from cast bronze round. In set with LIHO 150 and 151. H 16 1/2" x Base L 5" W 5".
  • Candlestick
    ImageTin hog-scraper style candlestick. Has a round concave base with a tin cylinder protruding upwards from the center and a flattened lip with a short flat handle. 5" high. Candle drippings cover the entire base and cylinder. The height adjustment lever on the stand is missing.
  • Candlestick Lane, Urbana, Illinois
    ImageCandlestick Lane, Urbana, Illinois, December 17, 1977.
  • Candlestick, Miner's
    ImageWrought iron miner's candlestick with adjustable candle holder and spike for driving into the wall of a mine.
  • Candlestick, Miner's
    ImageA forged iron candle holder. The candle is held next to a horizontal piece of iron in the shape of a needle. From the middle of the needle-shaped piece rises a vertical piece with a hook on the end.
  • Candle with reflector
    ImageA pewter candlestick with a cone shaped reflector mounted perpendicular to the stick. Above the reflector is a cylindrical vent for the heat.
  • Cane, from Lincoln Home
    ImagePlain turned wood cane with paper label attatched certifying authenticity. Rounded top, tapers slightly to rounded end. End has 1 cm turning hole in center. Most of paper label has flaked off. Thin decorative border, does not completely wrap around label. L 36 1/2" x Diam. 1" to 1/2".
  • Cane, from Lincoln Home
    ImageTree-branch cane made from elm wood. Branch is in a natural state with smaller branches sawed off at intervals from top to bottom. Rustic appearance. Dark brown. L 37" x Diam. 1 3/8".
  • Cane, made from a shoot of an apple tree which grew in the back yard of the Lincoln Home
    ImageSmooth-bark apple wood cane. Small limbs have been closely trimmed. Slightly curved at lower end.
  • Cannister of Lincoln Logs
    ImageCannister of wooden painted Lincoln Logs in varying sizes, with red plastic gables. Cylindrical cardboard cannister has images of children playing with toy, and suggested buildings to make. Capped with blue plastic lid. Logs are painted dark brown and have 1, 2, 3, or 4 notches.
  • Can of Paint Brushes
    ImageThis is a metal can with paint brushes. The paint brushes are covered with paint and varnish, causing the brushes to be stuck to the can.
  • The Capitol, Nashville, Tenn.
    ImageReproduction of a black and white photograph of the Capitol in Nashville. 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".
  • Capp Blacksmith Advertisement
    ImageT.F. Capp owned a blacksmith shop at 303 with Washington where he did horseshoeing and repaired plows.
  • Care is costly, buy and hold war bonds
    ImagePoster, color, 18.4 x 25.9 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Careless talk got there first
    ImagePoster, color, 20 x 28 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Careless talk may cost his life
    ImagePoster, color, 19.5 x 29.25 in., printed for H. M. Stationery Office by Brent Press Ltd., London.
  • A careless word, a needless loss
    ImagePosters, color, 27.8 x 20 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • A careless word, a needless sinking
    ImagePoster, color, 28 x 22 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office
  • Carle Foundation Hospital and Clinic, Urbana, Illinois
    ImageAerial view of the Carle Foundation Hospital and Clinic, University Avenue, Urbana, Illinois, 1967.
  • Carte-de-Visite of Lincoln Home draped in mourning
    ImageSepia-toned print of Lincoln Home draped in mourning with the simple Tilton (renters living in Lincoln Home in 1865) draping. View from SW corner, with a group of men standing in front and behind fence. Black cloth drapes from windows across front of house and part of sides. Small tree in front and some trees to side. L 3 7/8" x W 2 3/8".
  • Cartoonist View of Tractor Contest
    ImageThis cartoon depicts a 1916 tractor contest and demonstration.
  • Carved Bone Hand
    ImageThis carved bone hand was used in glove-making. Glove-making was one of the early cottage industries of pioneer Illinois.