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  1. Historical field day
    Image | 2015

    Extension personnel share information to a crowd of several dozen from the back of a car (automobile) at an agricultural field day.
  2. Weed Science field day.
    Image | 2011

    Aaron Hager and AJ Wooyard (of BASF) check out some of the soybean plants in the weed science plots of South Farms during a field day.
  3. Haymarket Square
    Image | 1906

    Caption: "Haymarket Square is noted the world over as the scene of the anarchistic outrage on the night of May 4, 1886, when a bomb was hurled into the midst of a number of policemen who were attempting to disperse a disorderly crowd. In the center of the square stands a statue of a policeman with uplifted hand, erected to the memory of the officers who perished that night....
  4. Scene after shooting of Alfred Lingle
    Image | 1930

    Caption: "Put On the Spot--Alfred (Jake) Lingle, Tribune reporter, was shot down in a subway, just off Randolph Street and Michigan Boulevard at 1 o'clock in the afternoon as he, with a blond youth, were hurried along with a crowd towards a train bound for the races at Washington Park. The "blond" youth stepped back a few paces, whipped out a snub-nosed revolver, shot Jake ...
  5. Keeley Institute: Waiting for the train
    Image | 1891

    Caption: "[Engraved for The Standard Guide Company.] The Keeley Institute--Waiting for the Train at Dwight. [See "Keeley Institute."]". From text: "Train time is always looked forward to at Dwight, sometimes with pleasure and sometimes with sorrow. Pleasant ties are broken every day. The departing graduate, while looking forward with pleasure to meeting his friends onc...
  6. Inspector Bonfield
    Image | 1886

    Inspector John Bonfield was present at the Haymarket on May 4, 1886. He marched 176 officers to the scene of the gathering there and ordered the crowd to disperse, after which events turned violent. (Source: Encyclopedia of Chicago.)
  7. Ambulance loaded with fire victims
    Image | 1904

    From text: "While the streets began to crowd for blocks around with weeping and heartbroken persons in mortal terror because of knowledge that loved ones had attended the performance, patrol wagons, ambulances and open wagons hurried the injured to hospitals. Before long they were called upon to perform the more grewsome [sic] task of removing the dead. In wagon loads the ...
  8. Branch Settlement House
    Image | 1901

    Caption: "Branch Settlement House near Old Commons." From text: "The appeal of the child life of the traffic crowded streets and ill equipped homes, won the first response from our hearts and home. There were then neither place nor provision for the littlest children in the public schools. So we determined to lay the foundation of our work in the kindergarten. .. . When...
  9. Michael Donnelly addressing crowd
    Image | 1904

    Caption: "Michael Donnelly Addressing the Cattle Butchers." From text: " The coming, four years ago, of Michael Donnelly into the stock yards, made us conscious of a renaissance, that, owing to many forces not in evidence until he organized the workers, made them as well as ourselves conscious of their social value. Mr. Donnelly ... secured his first dozen cattle butchers...
  10. Balfour's Bravos
    Image | 1893

    Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman and National Press
  11. Le Cardinal Mercier protege la Belgique
    Image | 1916

    A cardinal in full regalia stands in front of a huddled crowd.
  12. John Philip Kemble in character

    right hand upraised holding dagger. In background prostrate woman and crowd of men.
  13. Presentation to Mr. Barry Sullivan at Liverpool

    Sullivan, standing at table in costume, with crowd around him.
  14. Bates, Arlo, 1850-1918

    coat of arms on wall: Escutcheon: sable (black), five mullets (stars) on a fess between three dexter hands bendways. Crest: lion's head erased. Motto: Et manu et corde (Both by hand and by heart).
  15. They Appeal for Books, New York City, 1918, Mr. Carr Speaking

    Glass plate slide showing a crowd gathered around the steps of the New York City public library to hear an appeal for book donations for American service personnel. The speaker is likely Henry Carr, Executive Director of the ALA.
  16. 07217_112
    Image | 2009

    View of the crowd at the Dixon Springs Agricultural Center during a presentation of findings on the Regional Assessment of Southern Illinois.
  17. 68131dca.tif

    1968-013: frame 12: Speaker and crowd at dedication ceremony making the Morrow Plots a National Historic Landmark. fall 1968. Photo by ITCS staff, Model release NOT on file. Original scan at 8.9 x 8.9 at 500ppi. this version same size at 72ppi. 68013dca.tif. City: UIUC, ST: Illinois, MR=N, TYPE: RGB, Optimized: FPO, Source: Print, Scan Type: Flatbed, In/Out: Outside, Season:...
  18. 99117eaa.tif

    1999-117, frame 27a: Crowd shot (fans) of Block I at University of Illinois football game (vs. Penn State). photo by David Riecks. fall 1999. 7.5 x 11 at 500ppi. This version same size at 72ppi. 99117gaa.tif. Orange & Blue. City: UIUC, ST: Illinois, Source: Color negative, Scan Type: Slide scanner (Polaroid), In/Out: Outside, Season: Fall, Time of Day: Day, Format: Vertical,...
  19. Roman Crowd

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  22. Sailors: Portsmouth Crowd
    Image | 1954

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