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  1. Digital Surrogates and Born Digital Transcriptions from the Scott Adams -Barbara Winn Correspondence Papers (1932 -35)
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    Digital Surrogates and Born Digital Transcriptions from the Scott Adams -Barbara Winn Correspondence Papers contain scanned letters and postcards as well as text transcriptions of personal correspondence between Scott Adams and Barbara Winn. Access copy available upon request.
  2. Donald A. and Helen O. Lowrie Correspondence (Digital Surrogates), 1916
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    Digital surrogates from the Donald A. and Helen O. Lowrie Papers contain digitized correspondence concerning official trips to Christiania (currently Oslo), Kiev, and different Russian cities; a tentative offer of foreign post by Carlisle.V. Hibbard of the YMCA; and work with Austro-Hungarian prisoners of war at Tomsk. Digitized materials also include a newspaper clipping ab...
  3. American Library Association Archives Digital Collections
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    This digitization project contains digitized photographs from the Faxon Collection from the Conference Photographs series (99/1/14) and the Library Building Photographs series (99/1/15), held at the University of Illinois Archives. Some photographs and postcards from the Library Building Photographs collection (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, and California) have also been digit...
  4. American Library Association World War I Scrapbooks
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    Digitization of the American Library Association Archives Scrapbooks, 1917-1919 Scrapbooks of the Library War Service containing photographs of camp library buildings and activities, services to soldiers and sailors, hospital library service, Library War Service personnel and friends of the ALA, campaigns billboards, dispatch offices and publicity photographs and postcards....
  5. Amos Kennedy Collection
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    The Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr., Collection in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign contains artists’ books, postcards, and posters. Kennedy is a letterpress printer, papermaker, book artist, and teacher who currently lives and works in York, Alabama. He was the first artist in residence at The Coleman Center for Arts and Culture, a...
  6. Andrew V. Nalbandov Papers (Digital Surrogates), ca.1920-1945
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    Digital surrogates from the Andrew V. Nalbandov Papers, include digitized handwritten journals, personal memoirs, correspondence, postcards & documents of Vladimir S. Nalbandov (father of Andrew V. Nalbandov) relating to the Nalbandov, Schlee & related families, landowners in the Simferopol region of the Crimea; agricultural practices; education; social life; business; polit...
  7. John O'Connor Papers, 1968-1997
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    Consists of correspondence, program notes, performance payrolls, engagement contracts, tour itineraries, newsclippings, publicity materials, postcards, and photographs documenting the creation of the performance ensemble, Medicare 7, 8, or 9 and the management of the music group by Daniel Perrino. Topics of particular interest include Dad's Nite Out, 1976 National Jazz Festi...
  8. John Van Fossen Papers and Memorabilia, 1903-1994
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    Concert programs, photographs, postcards, correspondence, a contract, a Sousa Band uniform and Selmer clarinet, and memorbilia documenting John Van Fossen's career as a clarinetist while a member of the John Philip Sousa Band between 1926 and 1931.
  9. Louise J. Pellens Scrapbook (1905 - 1909) (Digital Surrogate)
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    Digital Surrogate from Louise J. Pellens Scrapbook contains a digitized scrapbook entitled "Memory Book" of Louise J. "Prim" Pellens '09, including dance programs (135); theater programs (1906-09); photographs; Pi Beta Phi convention programs and menu (1906), annual report (1909), and house rules; commencement programs (1907-09); baseball scorecards (1907-08); concert & musi...
  10. George W. Lienesch Collection
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    George W. Lienesch Collection broadsides and printed ephemera contains political material from 1860 to 1893 collected by George W. Lienesch (1866-1922) of St. Clair County, Illinois. The items include advertising cards, ballot tickets from the elections in 1880 and 1884, newspaper clippings, and postcards from the World Columbian Exposition.
  11. Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection
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    The Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection includes pictorial and photographic postcards of libraries throughout the United States and Europe. Subjects include public libraries, private libraries, academic libraries, library interiors, reading rooms, and bookmobiles. Collection size: approximately 535 items.
  12. Postcards File (Digital Surrogates)
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    Postcards containing views of scenes in the United States and other countries, including landscapes, street scenes, public buildings, rooms, maps and souvenir folders. The series includes postcard views of animals, humor, objects, patriotic and persons.
  13. Rosalie F. Gehant Scrapbook (Digital Surrogate), 1912-1916
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    Digital surrogate from the Rosalie F. Gehant Scrapbook contains digitized I-Books (1912-15), letters, memorabilia (buttons, cigars, fans, pins, purses, tickets), newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, and programs concerning Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity; concerts; commencement (1916); dances and theater plays; Dixon, IL; The Dope Sheet (1914); fa...
  14. Patricia Webster Tabler Papers (Digital Surrogates), 1949-1979
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    Digital Surrogates from the Patricia Webster Tabler Papers, contain digitized images of Patricia Webster Tabler's personal handwritten correspondence (in postcards, seasonal cards, scrapping and white paper); memorial obituaries; Pat Tabler Memorial Scholarship Award statement; event programs and brochures; fabric samples and newspaper clippings; concerning Patricia Webster ...
  15. Carl Sandburg and Edward Steichen buying post cards in Paris
    Image | 1959

    Carl Sandburg and Edward Steichen standing by the side of the street in Paris. The two men are looking at a rack of postcards. Photograph dated 1959.
  16. Bedside service of the American Library Association in the Base Hospital, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas.
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    Librarian brings books to wounded men in bed. Additional caption reads: With her book truck, the librarian brings to the man's bed the book he wants. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  17. Gadsden Public Library, Gadsden, Alabama - Back of Postcard
    Image | 1968

    Stamped: Oct 17, 1968, Library
  18. Hospital Library Service of the American Library Association
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    Wounded servicemen reading in the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Red Cross House. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice or the cover and mail.
  19. In the Library of the American Library Association at Camp Dodge, Iowa.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 860 army, navy and marine corps camps and stations and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, pla...
  20. In the Library of the American Library Association at the Base Hospital, Camp Grant, Ill.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  21. Library service of the American Library Association at the U.S.General Hospital No. 6, Fort McPherson, Ga.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Post Chapel Library. The A. L. A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  22. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 16, New Haven, Conn.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  23. How the American Library Association brings books and magazines to the bedside in the army and navy hospitals
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    Three wouned servicemen select books off a cart. Additional caption reads: With her book truck the Librarian goes through the Wards to serve the men who cannot come to the library. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 249 hospitals. The men in hospitals are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice or the cover and mail.
  24. Camp Library of the American Library Association at Camp Funston, Kansas
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    Soldiers lingering outside a camp library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 860 army, navy and marine corps camps and stations, and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas. The men in hospitals ana camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have r...
  25. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 9, Lakewood, N.J.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Post Chapel Library. The A. L. A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  26. Library Service of the American Library Association at the Base Hospital, Camp Dix, N.J.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Red Cross House. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  27. Study room of the American Library Association in the Educational Building of US. General Hospital No. 2, Ft. McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Red Cross House. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  28. In the Library of the American Library Association at Fort Riley, Kansas.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Red Cross House. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  29. Bedside service of the American Library Association in the US. Naval hospital, Fort Lyon, Colo.
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    Wounded servicemen getting books off a cart. Additional caption reads: With her book truck the Librarian brings to the man in bed the book he wants. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 249 hospitals. The men in hospitals are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  30. Library Service of the American Library Association at the Base Hospital, Camp Pike, Ark.
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    Wounded servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Red Cross House. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  31. In the library of the American Library Association at Walter Reed U. S. General Hospital, Washington, D.C.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The library is located in the Red Cross House. The men in hospitals are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  32. In the Library of the American Library Association at Letterman U.S. General Hospital, San Francisco, Cal.
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    Wounded servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover,and mail.
  33. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 28, East View, N.Y.
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    Wounded servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraties in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  34. Bedside service of the American Library Association in U S. General Hospital No. 1, The Bronx, New York City.
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    Wounded servicemen getting books off a cart. Additional caption reads: With her book truck, the librarian brings to the man's bed the book he wants. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  35. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 8, Otisville, N.Y.
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    Servicemen and nurses using the library. Additional caption reads: The ALA. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  36. Camp Library of the American Library Association at the Nayal Training Camp, Pelham Bay Park, N.Y.
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    Sailors lingering outside of their camp library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 240 naval stations, 911 vessels, 620 army and marine corps camps and posts, and 208 hospitals. More than two million books have been sent overseas.The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on ...
  37. Discharged servicemen reading on the lawn or the U.S. Marine Hospital, Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y.
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    Servicemen sitting outside and reading. Additional caption reads: the American Library Association is maintaining libraries for former soldiers, sailors and marines, in all hospitals operated by the Public Health Service. The men in hospitals are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  38. Reading by the fireside in the camp library of the American Library Association at Camp Upton, N.Y.
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    Servicemen reading in front of the fire. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. is still maintaining libraries for the men in camp and hospitals awaiting discharge. These men are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  39. In the Library of the American Library Association at US. General Hospital No. 31, Carlisle, Pa.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover,and mail.
  40. Bedside service of the American Library Association in the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Greenville, S.C.
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    With her book truck the librarian brings to the man in bed the book he wants. The A. L. A. has placed libraries in 249 hospitals. The men in hospitals are still lookmg for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.