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  1. East St. Louis Directories
    Collection

    Containing lists of business firms and private citizens, street guides, etc., these city directories offer the historical glimpse of East St. Louis community during early 1900s. The collection is a great resources for genealogists, researchers, and everyday history enthusiasts. The collection is a subset of the University of Illinois Digitized Books Collection.
  2. Postcards File (Digital Surrogates)
    Collection

    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.
  3. YMCA - YWCA Student Handbooks (Digital Surrogates), 1884-85, 1888-94, 1897-1905, 1908-1954
    Collection

    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...
  4. Soldiers Home Grounds and Company A Barracks
    Image | 1898

    Company A Barrack under construction
  5. Street car depot
    Image | 1901

  6. Soldiers Home Grounds - entrance, looking south
    Image | 1898

    setting power poles and stakes for street car line at north entrance to grounds
  7. Site of Chief Engineer's Residence
    Image | 1898

    view of former farm buildings in images 003, 005, 007
  8. Carnegie Library
    Image | 1907

    back of kitchen building on left of library
  9. Store and Restaurant street railway depot
    Image | 1907

    photo shows proximity of the Depot, store, and restaurant. Located at NW area of grounds.
  10. Street car depot
    Image | 1901

    Car 117
  11. Barracks Buildings - Company A and Company D
    Image | 1899

    streetcar is labeled ""Soldiers Home and Vermilion Street""
  12. Edwin Booth and other members of the Boston Theatre Company
    Image

    Busts of Booth and other members of the Boston Theatre company in 1866-1867.
  13. Portrait of Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street)
    Image

    Bust. With inscription "Mrs. Barry" and dramatic emblems at bottom.
  14. Portrait of Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street)
    Image

    Three-quarter-length. Draped with cape on left shoulder, wearing pearl strands in hair, pearl necklace
  15. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) in Prologue to "Douglas"
    Image | 1780

    Whole-length. Wearing dress with ruffles
  16. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Almida in "Almida"
    Image | 1771

    Whole-length. Wearing hat and long braids.
  17. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Horatia in "Roman Father"
    Image | 1780

    Whole-length. With text: "The heart which dents like mine must break to be at ease." Act IV.
  18. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Mariamne in "Mariamne"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Wearing dress with tassles
  19. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Phaedra in "Phaedra & Hippolitus"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, long hair, dress with tassles
  20. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sophonisba in "Sophonisba"
    Image | 1778

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, long hair, dress with tassles
  21. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sophonisba in "Sophonisba"
    Image | 1788

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, long hair, dress with tassles
  22. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Lady Randolph in "Douglas"
    Image | 1780

    Whole-length. Standing with hands clasped. With text: "Tis he! tis he himself, It is my Son!" Act III, Scene I.
  23. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Athenais in "Theodosius"
    Image | 1776

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, dress embellished with bows. In color. With text: "So my Veranes till my death comes on, Shall sad Eudosia thy dear loss bemoan." Act V, Scene 1.
  24. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Athenais in "Theodosius"
    Image | 1778

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, dress embellished with bows. With text: "So my Veranes till my death comes on, Shall sad Eudosia thy dear loss bemoan." Act V, Scene
  25. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Wearing white wig, blue coat and breeches, yellow waistcoat
  26. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Wearing wig, embroiderd coat, waistcoat, breeches
  27. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1779

    Small whole-length. With text: "They are the prettiest Castagnets in the World." Act II, Scene 1.
  28. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    Small, whole-length. With text: "Here is a nest of the prettiest goldfinches that ever chirp'd in a cage." Act II, Scene 2.
  29. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) when Mrs. Crawford as Mariamne in "Mariamne"
    Image | 1794

    Whole-length. Wearing flowing gown, headdress. With text: "I wish my Innocence." Act I, Scene 6.
  30. Charles Dubellamy and Ann Brown Cargill in a scene from "The Carnival of Venice"
    Image

    Full-length portrait. Three figures standing in street. With text: "Marinetta Claim'd the merry, merry roundela." Act I, Scene 1.
  31. Benjamin Charles Incledon as Rovewell in a scene from "Contrivances"
    Image | 1794

    Outdoor scene, on street with hat in hand
  32. Portrait of Edmund Kean
    Image

    Portrait, bust, wearing wide turn-over collar, open at throat. With text: "There are few actors, perhaps not any, who have been so long accustomed to the stage as this gentleman
  33. George Jamieson as Brutus in "Julius Caesar"
    Image | 1859

    Whole-length portrait, wearing tunic and toga, high sandals
  34. Portrait of Denis O'Sullivan
    Image

    Half-length portrait, lighting cigarette.
  35. Edward Anthony Rock as Teague in "The Committee"
    Image | 1792

    Whole-length portrait, outdoors on street, wrapped in blanket. With text: "A poor Irishman, Heaven save me."
  36. Thomas Dartmouth Rice as Jim Crow with another performer as Sambo in a scene from "Jim Crow"
    Image

    Scene from the play with Sambo on all fours on a city street, Jim with his foot on Sambo's back. With text: "Anoder blow wid de boot
  37. Richard Suett as Bayes in "The Rehearsal"
    Image | 1798

    Whole-length, walking in the street. With text: "??? sir, your servant."