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  1. Ashton Gazette
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    The University Library's digital collection of Ashton Gazette newspapers reflects a Republican-affiliated periodical serving the northern region of rural Illinois. Articles, advertisements, and editorials reflect the regional character of Ashton, Illinois, a rich agricultural district in Lee county. Special features of the newspaper includes Ashton’s village treasurer’s repo...
  2. Bowen Chronicle
    Collection

    The Bowen Chronicle was a weekly newspaper serving the western-most regions of central Illinois. Published in Bowen, Illinois, a town known for agriculture, poultry, and live stock raising, the Bowen Chronicle was distributed throughout Hancock county. Subscribers could expect to find information on news, market reports, local gossip, short stories, and advice columns. Cover...
  3. Cairo Bulletin
    Collection

    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...
  4. 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...
  5. Football Programs (Digital Surrogates)
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    Digital surrogates from the Football Programs, include digitized copies from the 1913 and 1914 homecoming football programs. The 1913 program is the Fourth Annual Homecoming of the Alumni of the University of Illinois, and details Homecoming activities during the weekend of November 14-16, 1913. The original program can be located at RS 28/5/811, Box 1, 1911-1915 The 1...
  6. French World War I Posters
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    This collection is comprised of 105 digitized posters published in France during the First World War. The selected posters represent a time of national volatility and a visual culture of lithography, illustrations, earlier posters and paintings.
  7. Great Lakes Bulletin
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    The Great Lakes Bulletin is a daily newspaper written by and for naval officers. This collection provides a record of official communication between naval officers at the United State Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, Illinois. Each issue featured official orders from the navy Commandant, events on base and news of ongoing military campaigns. The newspaper also featured...
  8. James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection
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    World War I is considered by many music scholars to be the most musical war in America’s history. Music for and about The Great War was created by all sorts of Americans: professional songwriters, acclaimed composers, church musicians, well- and little-known performers, and uncounted singing teachers, small-town bandmasters, and amateurs. Their melodies and lyrics intersecte...
  9. The Advertiser
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    The Advertiser was a local newspaper published in Collinsville, Illinois, every Saturday. This weekly publication served residents in the immediate Collinsville area, just east of St. Louis and the Missouri-Illinois border. The Advertiser features advertisements, local announcements, news, short stories, advice columns and reports from various advisory boards and public serv...
  10. 1986 University Honors
    Image | 1986

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  11. 2014 ExploreACES
    Image | 2014

    Keira Ulick, 4, of Champaign, pets a chicken held by Chelsie Parr, a research associate in Animal Sciences, in the Stock Pavilion during the Saturday morning exhibits at ExplorACES.
  12. ExploreACES 2015
    Image | 2015

    Jme Pochel, a high school junior from Downs holds a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach while junior Taylor Throw watches. They were visiting the NRES "What's Bugging You" exhibit in Turner Hall Friday morning during ExploreACES with the rest of their BSAA (Biological Sciences Applications in Agriculture) class from Tri-Valley High School.
  13. ExploreACES 2015
    Image | 2015

    Seth Nevius, a sophomore from Tri-Valley High School holds a Lubber grasshopper while senior Jme Pochel, shakes hands. They were visiting the NRES "What's Bugging You" exhibit in Turner Hall Friday morning during ExploreACES with the rest of their BSAA (Biological Sciences Applications in Agriculture) class from Downs.
  14. ExploreACES 2015
    Image | 2015

    Stephen Fleming (a phD student in neurobiology working with Ryan Dilger) shows the physiology of a piglet brain Friday afternoon in the ASL lecture room during ExploreACES.
  15. First Fruits Produce Farm
    Image | 2007

    Okra plants growing on black plastic mulch at the First Fruits Produce Co. Farm north of Mahomet during a Sustainable Ag Tour.
  16. Agro Ecology Eco Tour
    Image | 2011

    Agroecology / Sustainable Agriculture "Organics from Seed to Table" tour at the organic transitions project site. John Masiunas (at far right) discusses weed shifts during transition and implications for weed management on organic farms.
  17. Agronomy Day 2008
    Image | 2008

    Pat Tranel, Associate Professor of Molecular Weed Science talks about how waterhemp has won another victory against Illinois farmers during the 2008 Agronomy day.
  18. Agronomy Day 2008
    Image | 2008

    Examples of the waterhemp plant and it's resistance to a number of popular herbicides sitting on a table during the 2008 Agronomy day.
  19. PEER students
    Image | 2008

    Undergraduates Rachel Singletary (Applied Life Studies - in white t-shirt) and Jennifer Hewitt (Food Science and Human Nutrition) talk with nutritional science graduate student Naiman Khan about Project PEER (Peer education, Exercising and Eating Right) which provides junior and senior student mentors in exercise and nutrition to help you stay healthy during your first year ...
  20. 1111838d
    Image | 2011

    Luis R Munoz -- a student from Zamorano University in Honduras -- holds a lipid sample of arachidonic acid, an essential fatty acid that he is studying during his three months in the US on an internship supported by a gift from alumnus Dr. James J. Albrecht.
  21. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (center) with his Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (left) and Guo Yu (right) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjected to...
  22. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (center) with his Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (left) and Guo Yu (right) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjected to...
  23. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (left) with his Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (right) and Guo Yu (back, center) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjec...
  24. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (center) with his Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (left) and Guo Yu (right) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjected to...
  25. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (left) with his Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (lower center) and Guo Yu (right) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjec...
  26. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (left) and Guo Yu (right) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjected to elevated temperatures and pressures in order to break down ...
  27. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (at rear) with his Post Doctoral students Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (center) and Guo Yu (right) in their lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjected...
  28. Biowaste conversion to crude oil.
    Image | 2011

    Professor of Bioengineering Yuanhui Zhang (left) with Post Doctoral student Mitchell "Mitch" Minarick (right) in his lab where they are converting biowaste to crude oil. Human, animal, and food processing waste, as well as algae, are converted using a process called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL). During HTL, high moisture biowaste is subjected to elevated temperatures and ...
  29. Hogan visits the Solar Decathlon "Re home"
    Image | 2011

    Michael Hines explains about the solar decathlon project architecture goals during University of Illinois President Michael J. Hogan's visit to the "Re home".
  30. Hogan visits the Solar Decathlon "Re home"
    Image | 2011

    Xinlei Wang, Mark Taylor and David Weightman talk with University of Illinois President Michael J. Hogan during his visit with the Solar Decathlon "Re home" team.