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  1. 1966 University Honors
    Image | 1966

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  2. Robert G. Ingersoll
    Image | 1910

    From text: "By way of contrast in the field of religion occupied by Mr. Moody, some reminiscences of the great infidel, Robert G. Ingersoll, come naturally to mind." Ingersoll's "home-grown radicalism" influenced youths of the next generation, including Carl Sandburg and Floyd Dell. Source: Encyclopedia of Chicago.
  3. A Group of Librarians in Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island
    Image | 1906

    Negative in UA 11,671
  4. ALA Ex-Presidents in Saratoga Springs, New York
    Image | 1918

    Negative available: UA 39/2/22 #7014
  5. ALA Ex-Presidents in Saratoga Springs, New York
    Image | 1924

    Picture #104: The Ex-Presidents First Row (Seated) from Left: Bostwick / Wyer / Miss Tyler / G. B. Utley Second Row (Standing): Hadley / President J. T. Jennings / Carr / Meyer / Montgomery
  6. 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.
  7. A Group of Librarians in Seattle, Washington
    Image | 1925

    Picture #109: Appear without any order: Miss May Day / J. I. Wyer / Miss Colvin / C. F. D. Belden / Mr . & Mrs. H. H. B. Meyer / C. W. Andrews / F. P. Hill
  8. ALA Ex-Presidents in Berkeley, California
    Image | 1915

    Detail of Wyer - Negative 17
  9. Parlin-Ingersoll Library
    Image | 2007

    Parlin-Ingersoll Library, Canton, IL Completed in 1958, this modern limestone and granite building is a gift to the City of Canton from Charles D. and Elizabeth M. Ingersoll. Completely air conditioned and including all modern facilities, this library was designed to accommodate 40,000 volumes. It replaces the original Parlin Library (1891) donated by William Parlin.