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    2002-029 frame 19a: Students in the Nutritional Sciences Club walk down the broadwalk / sidewalk on the Quad. (from left to right) Segametsi D. Maruapula, Susan Zaripheh, Xiangfeng Zhang, and Yewon Cheon. For Nutritional Sciences Graduate Recruitment Brochure. Photo by David Riecks, Model release on file. Original scan at 7.5 x 11.2 at 500ppi. This version same size at 72pp...
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    pe00703: Students in the Nutritional Sciences Club pose on a bench off the Quad. (from left to right, back row) Yewon Cheon, Segametsi D. Maruapula, (seated) Susan Zaripheh and Xiangfeng Zhang. For Nutritional Sciences Graduate Recruitment Brochure. Photo by David Riecks, Model releases on file. Original scan at 7.1 x 10.9 at 500ppi. This version same size at 72ppi. pe00703...
  18. Guardian of water
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    Sculpture, granite, 12 feet in height
  19. Mole Ditcher
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    The mole ditcher was an iron-tipped log, series of logs, or round iron blade (such as seen here) about four inches in diameter, which was pulled through the soil a few inches under the surface.
  20. Assembly Hall, University of Illinois
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    The University of Illinois Assembly Hall at Fourth Street and Florida Avenue, Champaign, is a center for sports, entertainment and convention. It was opened on Honors Day, May 3, 1963. It was designed by University of Illinois alumnus, Max Abramovitz. It cost $8.5 million and is one of the world's two largest edge-supported domes, spanning 400 feet in diameter and rising ...
  21. Model of Newcomen's Atmospheric Steam Engine
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    This is a model of Newcomen’s Atmospheric Steam Engine. Newcomen’s steam engine consisted of a metal boiler with a cylinder mounted above. Inside the cylinder is a piston, sealed as closely as possible to the wall with a leather flap. The piston is attached to one end of a large wooden beam. The other end of the beam is attached to the water pump.
  22. Magdeburg Hemispheres
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    The two brass Magdeburg Hemispheres are twelve feet in diameter.
  23. French Trade Bucket Bale/Ear
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    The diameter of the rim is 12.2 cm. The height of the bale ears is 5.7 cm. The bucket bale is made of iron. The bale ears are welded to the rim. The lower portion of the bucket would have been made out of metal, probably sheet copper or brass. Bucket bales or kettles usually nested for compact shipping.
  24. Coin from the Sassanian Empire
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    AR drachm (drachma). The coin is from the King Khusru I (Khosrow I) reign. Obverse side has a crowned bust facing right wearing an "artichoke" crown. The reverse has a fire altar with two attendants. 30 mm diameter.
  25. Coin from Venice
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    AR grosso. Antonio Veneri as Doge, 1382-1400 AD. Obverse: Christ enthroned. Reverse: Doge and St. Mark. 21 mm diameter, weak strike.
  26. Egyptian Coin, Ptolemaic Kings
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    AR tetradrachm. Dated regnal year 89 (171-170 BC). Obverse side has the bust of Ptolemy facing right. Reverse side has an eagle on a lightning bolt. The bust of Ptolemy is struck slightly off center. 28 mm diameter.