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  1. Building Floor Plans (Digital Surrogates), ca. 2001-2014
    Collection

    Digital surrogates from Building Floor Plans include digitized drawings and project manuals for unrestricted campus buildings. Material include building floor plans, including 8.5 X 14 floor plans for about 600 campus buildings showing building, date, scale, room numbers and room assignment. Materials also include projects manuals. An access copy is available FOR CLASS PR...
  2. LGBT at UIUC
    Collection

    "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...
  3. Illini Union Board Subject Files (Born Digital Records)
    Collection

    Born digital records from the Illini Union Board Subject Files contain photographs relating to the Oasis mind-body-spirit relaxation room (2007). Additional born digital material is available upon request, including correspondence, reports, proposals, rosters, bylaws, schedules, photographs, logos, minutes, short films, slides and webpage elements, concerning major events...
  4. YMCA - YWCA Student Handbooks (Digital Surrogates), 1884-85, 1888-94, 1897-1905, 1908-1954
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    YMCA - YWCA student handbooks or "I Books" published by the Christian Associations for student reference and record use and including lists of YMCA and YWCA officers and committee chairmen; information on YMCA purposes, facilities, services and meetings; advice for students; library rules (1884-91), street directory (1884-92), church directory; photographs of Champaign-Urban...
  5. Mess Hall - interior, kitchen area
    Image | 1899

    equipment for cooking or washing along north wall of room
  6. Hospital - dining room
    Image | 1899

  7. Hospital - dining room
    Image | 1899

  8. John Bannister as the Mayor in a scene from "The Mayor of Garratt"
    Image | 1794

    Scene from the play, standing in a room with another male figure.
  9. Light Fixture
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    Drawings of two light fixtures. 3 in. scale. "Stack Room."
  10. Samuel Anderson Emery as Robin Roughhead in "Fortune's Frolics"
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    Whole-length portrait. Wearing white shirt, breeches
  11. Dorothy Jordan as Widow Bellmour in "The Way to Keep Him"
    Image | 1806

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room reading a book, wearing embroidered veil and shawl, and a glove on one hand. With text: "O blest with temper or whose undouded ray, can make to morrow chearfull as to day". Act III, Scene 1.
  12. Dorothy Jordan as Widow Bellmour and John Bannister as Fashion in "The Way to Keep Him"
    Image | 1806

    Scene from the play with a third character entering room in the background. With text: Sir Fashion: "Raptures and paradise pout on thy lip, and to thy heart be press'd". Act V, Scene 1.
  13. Benjamin Johnson as Ananias and Benjamin Griffin as Tribulation in a scene from "The Alchemist"
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    Scene from the play, both characters standing in room wearing breeches, lace collars, hats. From mezzotint by Van Bleek.
  14. Portrait of Edmund Kean as Richard III in "Richard III"
    Image | 1829

    Bust portrait, in medallion. Below, scene from Richard III, Act IV, scene 1, and quotation from play. Medallion from drawing by Lambert taken in Kean's dressing room.
  15. Joseph Jefferson as Bob Acres in "The Rivals"
    Image | 1889

    Whole-length portrait, standing in room wearing tall hat, coat, shiny boots.
  16. Joseph Jefferson as Bob Acres in "The Rivals"
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    Whole-length portrait, standing in room wearing tall hat, coat, shiny boots.
  17. Maria Theresa Kemble (nee DeCamp) as Polly in "The Beggar's Opera"
    Image | 1807

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room. With text: "No pow'r on earth can e'er divide the knot that sacred love hath ty'd". Act II.
  18. Eliza Logan as Cordelia in "King Lear"
    Image | 1859

    Whole-length portrait, standing in the throne room. With text: "Use well our father. To your professed bosoms I commit him."
  19. Ann Brunton Merry as Sophia in a scene from "The Road to Ruin"
    Image | 1806

    Scene with another female figure, in a room with mantle and picture in background. With text: Sophia: "I would not give you this tiny bit of paper. No not for a diamond as big as, as big as the whole world."
  20. George Mattocks as Lord Aimworth and Elizabeth H. Bannister as Patty in a scene from "The Maid of the Mill"
    Image | 1782

    Scene from the play with the two characters standing together in a room. With text: Patty: "Cease, oh cease, to overwhelm me."
  21. Isabella Mattocks (nee Hallam) as Lady Wishfort in "The Way of the World"
    Image | 1807

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room, fan in right hand. With text: "O, he's a railler, nephew, my Cousin's a wit
  22. Isabella Mattocks (nee Hallam) as Miss Prue and Richard Wilson as Ben in a scene from "Love for Love"
    Image | 1776

    Scene from the play with Miss Prue sitting and Ben standing in a room. With text: "But pray Miss why are you so scornful?"
  23. Joseph Shepherd Munden as Colonel Oldboy in "Lionel and Clarissa"
    Image | 1816

    Scene from the play, in a room with three other characters. With text: Oldboy -- "She's gone, by the lord!"
  24. Margaret Mather as Juliana in "The Honeymoon"
    Image | 1887

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room holding a fan.
  25. John Moody as Teague and William Parsons as Obadiah in a scene from "The Committee"
    Image | 1776

    Scene from the play, in a room with Teague supporting Obadiah. With text: Obad: "Good Mr. Teague give me some more sack."
  26. Alexander Pope as Heartley with Miss Brunton as Harriet in a scene from "The Guardian"
    Image | 1793

    Scene with Heartley seated at writing desk, Harriet leaning on chair. Room with pictures on the wall, hearth.
  27. William Parsons as Vellum and Jane Pope as Abigail in a scene from "The Drummer"
    Image | 1777

    The two characters in a room, with pictures on the wall, table, chairs. With text: Vel. - "It is indeed but a little Toy."
  28. Samuel Phelps as Calaynos in "Calaynos"
    Image | 1849

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room wearing cape with embroidery, shoes with decorations.
  29. Mrs. Nicol as Miss Grizelda Oldbuck
    Image | 1823

    Whole-length portrait, seated in a room, wearing an elaborate wig.
  30. William E. Sheridan as King Louis XI in "Louis XI"
    Image | 1888

    Whole-length portrait, in a room, wearing cap and short robe with fur trim.
  31. Edward Shuter as Justice Woodcock, John Beard as Hawthorn and John Dunstall as Hodge in "Love in a Village"
    Image

    Scene from the play with the three men in a room with chair, painting on the wall, and dog on the floor.
  32. John Quick as Mr. Sable with Matthew Clarke as Lord Brumpton in "The Funeral"
    Image | 1777

    Scene from the play with three men standing in a room. With text: Sab - "Look you, Gentlemen, don't stand staring at me. I have a Book at home, which I call my doomsday book, where I have every man of Quality's Age & Distemper in Town, and know when you should drop."
  33. John Quick as Jack Fungus in a scene from "The Commissary"
    Image | 1794

    Scene with two characters in a room, one on a hobby horse.
  34. Sarah Siddons (nee Kemble) as Isabella and Henry Siddons as her child in a scene from "Isabella"
    Image | 1783

    Scene from the play with Isabella standing in a room with her son lying on floor, writing. With text: "Why must I think, when no thought gives me comfort."
  35. Sarah Siddons (nee Kemble) as Isabella in a scene from "Isabella"
    Image | 1782

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room with a male character.
  36. Thomas Ryder as Sir John Brute, Mrs. Pope as Lady Brute and Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Belinda in a scene from "The Provoked Wife"
    Image | 1817

    Scene from the play with the three characters seated in a room, Sir John smoking a pipe. With text: "Bel.- 'Yes I do especially if he smoked tobacco.'"