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  1. Aerial Photos
    Collection

    Based on benchmarks previously established by the Map and Geography Library, the Illinois State Geological Survey, and Scantech Color Systems, Inc., of Champaign, the pilot worked toward developing protocols and an interface to make scanned photography of Illinois flown between 1935 and 1955 available through the Web. Visitors are now able to view JPG image surrogates resize...
  2. Association of Concert Bands, Inc. Records, 1977-2011
    Collection

    Contains organization's constitution and by-laws, meeting minutes, committee reports, records of past presidents and secretaries, financial records and annual accounting audits, annual convention programs and concert programs, photographs, sound recordings, audio-visual materials, awards and ACB publications documenting the creation and maintenance of the Association of Conc...
  3. Morris and Barnard Young Music Business Records, 1832-1988
    Collection

    The Morris and Barnard Young Business Records consists of financial records, correspondence, royalty statements, songsters and broadsides, radio logs, legal documents, periodicals, music manuscripts, and memorabilia (fliers, brochures, playbills, etc.) that were compiled by Morris N. Young, as part owner of several music publishing, marketing, producing, and artist represent...
  4. Elwood, George May, 1844-1906
    Image | 1896

    Monk seated at desk in library, looking through microscope
  5. Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Library.
    Image | 1933

    Printed in black and blue.
  6. Woman looking up at Carl Sandburg life mask
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    Unidentified woman on telephone looking up at Carl Sandburg's life mask, hanging above a photograph of Carl. "Property of Newspaper Division Sep 1967 Field Enterprises, Inc." stamped on back. Cropping marks visible on photograph.
  7. Carl Sandburg in Chicago greeted by Meyer Kestnbaum
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    Carl Sandburg is greeted as he gets off a plane by Meyer Kestnbaum, president of Hart Schaffner & Marx, at Midway airport, Chicago, with stewardness Jan Benoit. The caption that was printed with the published form of this Photograph is dated 4 May 1960. The photograph is stamped "Property of Newspaper Division Sep 1967 Field Enterprises, Inc."
  8. New Field Museum
    Image | 1920

    Caption: "The New Field Museum."
  9. American Newspaper Welcomed in France
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    Glass plate slide showing a soldier sitting outside on a cot and reading a newspaper. Caption reads "American newspaper welcomed in France. Intnt'l Film Ser. Inc."
  10. German Prisoners Reading after Lunch
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    Glass plate slide showing to prisoners of war reading in bed. Caption reads "German prisoners reading after lunch. Intn'l. Film Ser. Inc."
  11. Reading and Writing Room, Paris
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    Glass plate slide showing solders reading. Caption reads "Read'g & Writ'g Room, Paris Club, Rue Royals. Int. Film Ser. Inc."
  12. Reading Room, American University, Paris
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    Glass plate slide showing solders reading. Caption reads "Reading Room Am. University Union, Paris. Internt'l Film Ser. Inc."
  13. dressee sur un grande nombre de memoires entrautres sur ceux de Mr. le Maire.
    Image | 1718

    Carte particuliere des embouchures de la Rivie. S. Louis et de la Mobile. -- Karpinski, L. BibBibliography of the printed maps of Michigan 1804-1880, no. L.
  14. George C. Marshall Research Library, Lexington, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    The George C. Marshall Research Library, Lexington, Virginia, is a ""living"" memorial to the late World War II Chief of Staff, a VMI graduate of 1901. As Secretary of State he established the plan for European recovery for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. Funds for construction came from private citizens and philanthropic organization throughout the country...
  15. Crosby Library, Spokane, Washington
    Image | 2010

    THE CROSBY LIBRARY, located in the center of the Gonzaga University campus, is a gift of Bing Crosby, an alumnus and regent of the school. The classic building houses more than 155,000 volumes and many special collections, including the memorabilia contained in the Crosbyana room.
  16. Dinand Library, Worchester, Massachusetts
    Image | 2010

    DINAND LIBRARY, HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, WORCESTER, MASS.
  17. Talcott Library, East Northfield, Massachusetts (1)
    Image | 2010

    THE TALCOTT LIBRARY, NORTHFIELD SEMINARY, East Northfield, Mass.
  18. Boston Public Library (3)
    Image | 1925

    PUBLIC LIBRARY, BOSTON, MASS.
  19. Boston Public Library (14)
    Image | 2010

    THE PUBLIC LIBRARY--BOSTON in Copley Square is one of the world's largest. Students, literati and others throng its rooms and corridors to read and study, to see the magnificent murals, the art exhibitions and the statues and to hear the public lectures. It contains about one and three-quarters million volumes and has 34 branches in different parts of the city.
  20. Fant Memorial Library, Mississippi State College for Women
    Image | 2010

    FANT MEMORIAL LIBRARY, Mississippi State College for Women, Columbus, Mississippi. A modern addition, completed in 1959, doubles stack space and contains the Beulah Culbertson Room. The MSCW library was named for President John Clayton Fant in 1930.
  21. New York Public Library
    Image | 2010

    123:--Public Library. New York City. On Back: Public Library, New York. Public Library is located on 5th Avenue and 42nd Street. Covers two entire city blocks, is built entirely of marble and cost nine million dollars. Opened for public use May 23, 1911, and contains over two million volumes and is said to be the most complete library in the country.
  22. New York Public Library
    Image | 2010

    Public Library 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, New York City.
  23. New York Public Library
    Image | 2010

    Fifth Ave. and 42nd Street with Public Library, New York City.
  24. Clement C. Maxwell Library
    Image | 2013

    Clement C. Maxwell Library, Bridgewater State College. Named in honor of Clement C. Maxwell, president of the college 1951 to 1962.
  25. View of Widener Library from Harvard Campus
    Image | 2013

    View of Widener Library from Harvard Campus, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  26. Brooklyn Public Library
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    The Circulation Hall of Ingersoll Building offers easy access to card catalogs, book charging, and information desks, and subject divisions."" Postcard was never mailed.
  27. Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina
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    The first separate college library in the United States designed by Robert Mills who also designed the Washington Monument."" Postcard was never mailed.
  28. Library, Rutland, Vt.
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    No caption on back. Postcard was never mailed.
  29. White House Library
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    First government building to be constrcuted in Washington. Home of all U. S. Presidents, excepting George Washington, who approved the design of James Hoban. The recently restored LIBRARY is a cheerful room in the classical style of the early 19th century."" Postcard was mailed. No postmark.
  30. Woburn Public Library
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    Woburn Public Library, Opened to public 1879. Gift of Charles Bowers Winn in memory of his father. H. H. Richardson, architect. Once considered one of the 12 most beautiful libraries in the U.S."" Postcard was never mailed.
  31. The University of Mississippi Library
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    Postcard was never mailed.
  32. Millions of Books in Chicago's Great Public Library
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    No caption on back. Postcard was never mailed.
  33. The Immaculata Library
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    Reading Area, The Immaculata Library, Irving Park Road and Marine Drive Chicago 13, Illinois
  34. The Immaculata Library
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    Informal Reading Area, The Immaculata Library, Irving Park Road and Marine Drive Chicago 13, Illinois
  35. Swen F. Parson Library, Northern Illinois University
    Image | 1963

    The Swen F. Parson Library, dedicated in 1952, is the new heart of Northern Illinois State Teachers College, De Kalb, Illinois. It is of Joliet Marble in collegiate Gothic design.
  36. Swen F. Parson Library, Northern Illinois University
    Image | 1962

    The Swen F. Parson Library, dedicated in 1952, is the new heart of Northern Illinois State Teachers College, De Kalb, Illinois. It is of Joliet Marble in collegiate Gothic design.
  37. Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University (2)
    Image | 1942

    Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. On Back: Sterling Memorial Library. Seam-face granite with limestone trim, built by the bequest of John W. Sterling, Class of 1864. Architect, James Gamble Rogers, '89. In the stacks of the central tower are most of Yale's books. Special collections are in adjoining wings. General reading rooms are on the gro...
  38. Minneapolis Public Library
    Image | 2010

    The new gold and granite Minneapolis Public Library, headquarters for both Minneapolis and Hennepin County Libraries, is locate in the Gateway Development Area, 300 Nicollet Avenue. Vivid colors, light and space combine with glass, Italian marble, teakwood and anodyzed aluminum in this modern library. Smoking lounges and open_file shelves invite the visitor to browse and ...
  39. New York Public Library
    Image | 2010

    Public Library, New York City. On Back: New York, N.Y. The Public Library at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue.