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  1. James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection
    Collection

    World War I is considered by many music scholars to be the most musical war in America’s history. Music for and about The Great War was created by all sorts of Americans: professional songwriters, acclaimed composers, church musicians, well- and little-known performers, and uncounted singing teachers, small-town bandmasters, and amateurs. Their melodies and lyrics intersecte...
  2. The Industry Press
    Collection

    The Industry Press was a weekly newspaper published every Thursday in McDonough County, Industry, Illinois. It featured national and international news, short stories, and local happenings. The editors of the Industry Press prided themselves on providing a public service to their subscribers. Noted in a March 1916 issue, "This paper belongs to the people and is not conducted...
  3. Burnt church
    Multi-Page Item | 22 pages

    A structure in the form of a church, constructed of different plies of wood. Church stands on a heavier 43 x 30 cm oval base and both the base and church are covered in strips of biblical text cut from modern published Bibles, and charred. Its roof lifts to reveal a charred Bible which is the King James version, bound in a leatherette cover.
  4. 1956 University Honors
    Image | 1956

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  5. 1976 University Honors
    Image | 1976

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  6. 1995 University Honors
    Image | 1995

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  7. Peace Garden
    Image | 2010

    Volunteers in the Peace Garden to the west of the First Mennonite Church (part of a mission project for Faith in Place), that was coordinated by Former NRES graduate, and now Urbana Theological Seminary student, Brian Sauder. Pictured here (left to right) are Brian Sauder, A. Hermes, Celeste Larkin, and Fatemah Hermes.
  8. Peace Garden
    Image | 2010

    Volunteers in the Peace Garden to the west of the First Mennonite Church (part of a mission project for Faith in Place), that was coordinated by Former NRES graduate, and now Urbana Theological Seminary student, Brian Sauder. Pictured here (left to right) are Fatemah Hermes, Brian Sauder, and A. Hermes.
  9. Peace Garden
    Image | 2010

    Volunteers in the Peace Garden to the west of the First Mennonite Church (part of a mission project for Faith in Place), that was coordinated by Former NRES graduate, and now Urbana Theological Seminary student, Brian Sauder. Pictured here (left to right) are Fatemah Hermes, Celeste Larkin, Brian Sauder and A. Hermes.
  10. Peace Garden
    Image | 2010

    Volunteers in the Peace Garden to the west of the First Mennonite Church (part of a mission project for Faith in Place), that was coordinated by Former NRES graduate, and now Urbana Theological Seminary student, Brian Sauder. Pictured here (left to right) are Brian Sauder and A. Hermes.
  11. Whaling tools II
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Drawing, pen and ink
  12. Pierre Martin/Boismenue House, Dupo, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    The vertical log construction of the Pierre Martin house was revealed when the exterior clapboard was removed. The vertical walnut timbers are anchored at top and bottom by wooden pegs, a technique called mortise and tendon, which requires great skill. The spaces between the logs, which were groved along their narrow edges, were filled with stone nogging, or "pierrotage."
  13. B.F. Harris, II House (Carle Pavilion), Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    The B. F. Harris house, which is now the Carle Pavilion, is located at 809 West Church Street. The B.F. Harris family founded the Cattle Bank, The First National Bank, and owned the Urbana and Champaign Railway, as well as the End Amusement Park on West Church Street (now Eisner Park). In 1904, B.F. Harris II built the mansion on West Church Street. In 1957, the ...
  14. Church and State Streets, Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Church and State Streets, Champaign, 1957
  15. Battlefield of New Hope Church, GA., No. 1
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Reproduction of a black and white photograph of the battlefield of New Hope Church, GA., No. 1. 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. Dim...
  16. Battlefield of New Hope Church, GA., No. 2
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Reproduction of a black and white photograph of the battlefield of New Hope Church, GA., No. 2. 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. Dim...
  17. Whaling tools I
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Drawing, pen and ink
  18. Rathaus & Kirche
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Church and courthouse town square Gross Betschkerek.
  19. Cole Hospital, Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Cole Hospital, 809 West Church Street, Champaign, opened in 1947.
  20. University Place Christian Church, Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    University Place Christian Church, 403 South Wright Street, Champaign.
  21. St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    St. Peter's United Church of Christ
  22. S.S. Kresge Building, Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    West side of Neil Street, just south of Church Street, Champaign.
  23. Come then, let us to the task...
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Poster, color, 19.5 x 29.5 in., printed by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London.
  24. Cable Car
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    The 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...
  25. Milburn Electric Car
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    A black and blue two-passenger, two-door electric car. The car has a tiller for steering, two headlights, one taillight, and four rubber tires.
  26. Supermarine Spitfire Mark 1A
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    The 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 ...
  27. Dead rebel artillerymen near the Dunker Church, Antietam battlefield
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    Photograph, b/w
  28. B.F. Harris, II House, Champaign, Illinois - a selection of images
    Multi-Page Item | 5 pages

    Different views of the B.F. Harris II House.
  29. Church of the Holy Family, Cahokia
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages

    See individual images for descriptions.
  30. B.F. Harris, II House (Carle Pavilion), Champaign, Illinois
    Multi-Page Item | 1 pages

    The B. F. Harris house, which is now the Carle Pavilion, is located at 809 West Church Street. The B.F. Harris family founded the Cattle Bank, The First National Bank, and owned the Urbana and Champaign Railway, as well as the End Amusement Park on West Church Street (now Eisner Park). In 1904, B.F. Harris II built the mansion on West Church Street. In 1957, the building ...