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  1. A. Austin Harding Papers, 1895-1958
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    The A. Austin Harding Papers consists of music, correspondence, concert programs, administration files, publications, course materials and photographs that document the career of A. Austin Harding, Director of Bands at the University of Illinois from 1906 until 1948. Of particular interest are the manuscript arrangements made by Harding especially for the University of Illin...
  2. ABSEES Online
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    ABSEES Online is the online version of The American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (ABSEES). It can be searched by multiple fields, including author, title, publisher, date of publication, and subject heading. There is also full-record keyword searching.
  3. Digital surrogates and Born digital Records from the Office of Public Information Files, 1992-2011
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    Digital surrogates and Born digital Records from the Office of Public Information (OPI) Files, contain posters, banners, audio recordings of radio programs, event video recording, press releases, newspaper transcriptions, correspondence, speeches, book cover images, newspaper clippings, articles, rosters, guidelines, and presentation slides, concerning "@ your library, The C...
  4. Digital surrogates and Born digital Records from the Office of Public Information Files, 1998-2011
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    Digital surrogates and Born digital Records from the Office of Public Information (OPI) Files contain posters, banners, audio recordings of radio programs, event video recording, press releases, newspaper transcriptions, correspondence, speeches, book cover images, newspaper clippings, articles, rosters, guidelines, and presentation slides, concerning "@ your library, The C...
  5. Dziennik narodowy (Chicago, Ill.)
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    Nearly forgotten today, Dziennik Narodowy ("National Daily News") was considered one of the most important newspapers of the Polish community in Chicago. Established on December 4, 1898, by members of the Polish Nationalist Party, Dziennik Narodowy remained crucial to the political education of Polish Americans until its demise in September 1923. After one year with the pape...
  6. Audiovisual digital surrogates from the Office of Intellectual Freedom video recordings, 1979, 2009
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    Audiovisual digital surrogates from the Office of Intellectual Freedom video recordings, contain digitized copies of video recordings relating to the career of Judith Krug at the American Library Association (ALA) Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) and Intellectual Freedom Committee. Includes a memorial ceremony celebrated to honor Krug's contributions to intellectual fre...
  7. Boneyard Creek Project
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    The Boneyard Creek is a stream in the Vermilion watershed located in Champaign County, IL, flowing into the Saline Branch of the Salt Fork River, which in turn flows into the Vermilion River. The Boneyard basin contains portions of Urbana, Champaign, and the University of Illinois campus, and the creek's watershed is completely urbanized. Flooding and water quality have been...
  8. Born digital Records from the CLIP Notes Committee Files, 2005-2007
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    Born digital Records from the CLIP Notes Committee Files, contain agendas (2005- 2007), newsletter articles, minutes (2002 - 2007), Committee rosters (2007), job descriptions (2005-07), and correspondence, relating to publications, website updates, membership rotation, projects in progress, suggestions for future projects, copyright, plagiarism, invitations to participate in...
  9. Campus Folksong Club Oral Histories Project (Born Digital Records), 2006-2007
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    Born Digital Records from the Campus Folksong Club Oral Histories Project, include interviews of Doyle Moore, Archie Green, Judy McCulloh, Fritz Plous, Viktor Lukas, Jarvis Rich, Glenn Ohrlin, Jonathan Allen, Neil Rosenberg, and Lyle Mayfield, who are former students, faculty and associates, and performers with ties to the University Folksong Club. Interviews concern these i...
  10. Campus Folksong Club Oral History
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    During its height in the 1960s, the Campus Folksong Club (CFC) had over 500 members – making it an astonishingly large student organization and an important force in bringing culture from Illinois and beyond to the UIUC campus. The CFC was also unique in its commitment to a variety of traditional music ranging from gospel and blues to old-time Appalachian and Ozark music, as...
  11. Chicago eagle (Chicago, Ill.)
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    The Chicago Eagle was a primarily weekly newspaper published by Henry F. Donovan (and subsequently his son John M. Donovan) from 1889 to the mid-1940's. Donovan professed his title to be independent but it is seen to be a Democratic party publication devoted to municipal politics. Typical content included Donovan's fight against graft and corruption in local and state govern...
  12. Collins Collection of Irish Political Cartoons
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    This is an online collection of political cartoons from the University of Illinois Library Collins collection of books, pamphlets, newspapers, maps and cartoons; it was purchased by the Library in 1917. The collection consists of cartoons drawn primarily from the Weekly Freeman and National Press and United Ireland newspapers. The cartoons address the subject of Irish politi...
  13. Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Photograph File (Born Digital Records), -2015
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    Born Digital Records from the Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Photograph File, includes born digital photographs and digitized images, concerning the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences faculty, alumni, students, awards, research projects, conferences and meetings, social activities, research equipment and infrastructure. A repre...
  14. Daniel Curley Papers: Audio recordings (Digital Surrogates)
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    Digital Surrogates from the Daniel Curley Papers include a digitized audio recording of the talk "Skeleton for the library" by Daniel Curley, concerning his memories and experiences related with his career as a writer. The talk is presented in a narrative way, and involves stories about his childhood, his family, the library he used to visit as a child, some references to st...
  15. Digital Born Photographs of the Photographic Subject File, 2003-2006, 2009
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    Born digital photographs from the American Libraries Photographic Subject File, containing photographs from ALA Annual Conference (2004-2006) and ALA Midwinter Meeting (2004, 2009), that include photographs of exhibits, speakers, president's programs, award winner, author features, conference setup, fun run, receptions, and sessions. It also includes photographs from the Int...
  16. Joliet Signal
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    The Joliet Signal (initially The Juliet Signal representing the original name of the city) began as the Juliet Courier and was sold to William E. Little in 1843 who subsequently changed the name. After a series of publisher changes, brothers Calvin and Calneh Zarley published and edited the paper for nearly 40 years. The Signal was considered to be the "Official Paper of the...
  17. Joseph T. Tykociner Papers (Audiovisual Digital Surrogates)
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    Audiovisual Digital Surrogates from the Joseph T. Tykociner Papers, contains a digitized film concerning Tykociner's contributions to research and in innovation in sound recording as well as in the field of electrical engineering. The digitized film shows a picture of Tykociner's apparatus and describing of its method of operation. Includes pictures of J. T. Tykociner, Jacob...
  18. Kenneth Gaburo Papers, 1936, 1945-93
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    Papers of Kenneth Gaburo (1926-93), Professor of Music (1955-68) contain correspondence, published and manuscript musical compositions, sound recordings, motion picture and video recordings, and photographs relating to his compositions and performances, Lingua Press music publishing business, and his New Music Choral Ensemble performance group, Univeristy of California San D...
  19. LGBT at UIUC
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    "The Gay Illini organization was formed in 1975 and Illini Pride was founded in 1977, both growing out of the work of the Gay Liberation Front. Gay Illini was announced in the Daily Illini on January 29, 1975. By April 1975, the group was holding Gay Forums, offering panels discussing topics related to gay students and queer life. The group also hosted a number of social eve...
  20. iSchools
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    The iSchools are interested in the relationship between information, people and technology. This is characterized by a commitment to learning and understanding the role of information in human endeavors. The iSchools take it as given that expertise in all forms of information is required for progress in science, business, education, and culture. This expertise must include u...
  21. ISGS Illinois Historical Landstat Photograph Collection
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    The ISGS’ Landsat photographic print archive is unique in a few important aspects. The 27 prints, which have acquisition dates between 1975-1979, date back to the two earliest Landsat satellite missions. Despite the comparably coarse ground spatial resolution, they portray the ground surface of Illinois as it appeared prior to widespread adoption of conservation tillage/no t...
  22. Jean Cutler Theatrical Films, Audio Recordings and Papers, 1959-1995
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    Consists of original 16mm and 8mm films, reel-to-reel audio tape recordings, color slides, photographs, and personal papers pertaining to Jean Cutler's career as a graduate student in the Department of Speech, College of LAS, at the University of Illinois (1958-1962), as well as from his time as Professor of Theater at the University of Oregon (1962-1980) and, later, as a vi...
  23. Morgan Powell Music Manuscripts, 1958-2014
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    The collection consists of thirty-six boxes of material. Series 1 consists of original compositions and arrangements for large and small jazz ensemble, small chamber ensemble, chamber ensemble and dancers, and vocal ensemble. Many of the musical works were either composed or arranged for the University of Illinois Jazz Band. Of particular interest are Powell's "Ray's in the ...
  24. Motley Collection of Theatre and Costume Design
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    The Motley Collection of Theatre and Costume Design is a valuable source of documentation on the history of theatre and is housed in The Rare Book and Manuscript Library. It is a rare collection of original materials on the theatre comprising over 5000 items from more than 150 productions in England and the United States. These materials include costume and set designs, sket...
  25. Graduate Dissertations and Theses at Illinois
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    This community contains the collection for dissertations and theses produced by students in masters and doctoral programs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. If you are a graduate student depositing your thesis or dissertation, please do this through the Graduate College at http://www.grad.uiuc.edu/submit-etd. If you deposit electronically, once your degree i...
  26. Hardy Cross Papers (Digital Surrogates), 1930
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    Digital Surrogates from the Hardy Cross Papers contains a digitized copy of Cross' paper "Analysis of Continuous Frames by Distributing Fixed-end Moments" included in the May 1930 Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers. This paper contributed refining and simplifying the mathematical work required to analyze elements of statically indeterminate buildings and ...
  27. Harry Partch Archive
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    Harry Partch (1901-1974) was an American composer, theorist, instrument maker and performer. In the 1920s, Partch began work on what was to be a lifelong passion, i.e. on acoustic and harmonic properties of musical instruments, and on the construction of his own musical instruments for the purpose of performing his own music. It is difficult to over-estimate the importance o...
  28. Mapping History at the University of Illinois - Map and Geography Library
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    Mapping History at the University of Illinois Digital Surrogates for the maps belonging to Mapping History at the University of Illinois: A Digital Humanities project. DCC is performing the digitization of the maps for this joint project between Archives and the Map Library. This project will take a multilayered approach to telling the history of the University within an o...
  29. Martha Awkerman WAF and Long Beach Band Papers, 1940-2002
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    Consists of photographs, personal notes, scrapbooks, correspondence, newsclippings and sound recordings documenting Awkerman's career as a cornetist in the Women's Air Force Band (WAF) between 1951 and1961 and the Long Beach Municipal between 1961 and 1983. The documents are organized in two series: Series 1, WAF Band and Long Beach Municipal Band History (1951-2002) and Ser...
  30. Illinois Research and Scholarship (Open Community)
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    This collection contains all UIUC research and scholarship which doesn't currently fall under the jurisdiction of a specific community or collection in IDEALS. All UIUC faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to immediately submit their research to this collection. The submitted work will be reviewed by a small group in the University Library to ensure that it f...
  31. School of Labor & Employment Relations
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    Welcome to the IDEALS community of the School of Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It is the mission of the School of Labor & Employment Relations to strive continually for excellence in scholarly research, teaching, extension, and service activities dedicated to the achievement and dissemination of a more informed understandin...
  32. Small Homes Council Technical Notes (Digital Surrogates)
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    Digital Surrogates from the Small Homes Council Technical Notes, includes digitized technical Notes issued by the Small Homes Council-Building Research Council including Prevention and Treatment of Construction Damage to Shade Trees (TN-1: 1965); Built-up Roofing Details (TN-2: 1966, 1970, 1981); Insulation for Heating (TN-3: 1969, 1977); Converting a Concrete Slab to a Wood...
  33. The broad ax (Salt Lake City, Utah)
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    The Broad Ax began as a weekly publication founded, published and edited by former Virginia slave Julius F. Taylor. The newspaper began in Salt Lake City in 1895 but disputes with the Latter-Day Saints led Taylor to move his publication to Chicago in 1899, where he continued his focus on being "Democratic in politics, advocating the immortal principles of Jefferson and Jacks...
  34. The Cairo bulletin (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878
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    The Cairo Evening Bulletin, The Cairo Daily Bulletin, The Cairo Bulletin and The Daily Cairo Bulletin Between its founding in 1837 by the Cairo City and Canal Company and its incorporation in 1858, the town was visited by Charles Dickens, who was decidedly unimpressed with its marshy surroundings, calling it a “detestable morass” (American Notes, October 19, 1842). The...
  35. The Cairo bulletin (Cairo, Ill.) -1928
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    The Cairo Bulletin began publication in Cairo, Illinois, on December 21, 1868. Founded by John H. Oberly and Company (as the Cairo Evening Bulletin), it was one of only a few newspapers being published in Southern Illinois during its early run. Oberly meant for the newspaper to be “a new organ of Democratic sentiment,” and covered news, politics, and literature for the whole...
  36. The Cairo daily bulletin (Cairo, Ill.)
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    The Cairo Evening Bulletin, The Cairo Daily Bulletin, The Cairo Bulletin and The Daily Cairo Bulletin Between its founding in 1837 by the Cairo City and Canal Company and its incorporation in 1858, the town was visited by Charles Dickens, who was decidedly unimpressed with its marshy surroundings, calling it a “detestable morass” (American Notes, October 19, 1842). The...
  37. The Cairo evening bulletin (Cairo, Ill.)
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    The Cairo Evening Bulletin, The Cairo Daily Bulletin, The Cairo Bulletin and The Daily Cairo Bulletin Between its founding in 1837 by the Cairo City and Canal Company and its incorporation in 1858, the town was visited by Charles Dickens, who was decidedly unimpressed with its marshy surroundings, calling it a “detestable morass” (American Notes, October 19, 1842). The...
  38. Picture Chicago
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    Picture Chicago is a collection of images originally published in books about Chicago that were digitized by the University of Illinois' Urbana and Chicago campus libraries. Here you can see photographs of Chicago gangsters, politicians, and early famous Chicagoans; the first taxicab in the city; the early pneumatic tube system installed in the the Chicago Post Office; the d...
  39. PLATO System Notes Files (Digital Surrogates), 1972-1976
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    Digital surrogates from the PLATO Notes Files contain digitized notes exchanged between developers and users of PLATO system, during the evolutionary implementation of the world's first wide-area computer network devoted to education. Digitized notes include lesson notes with developers' instructions, as well as users' experiences and questions related with the system use. P...