University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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  1. Chuck Olin Digital Film Archive

    The Chuck Olin Digital Film Archive consists of production elements from two PBS-broadcast documentaries: "In Our Own Hands: The Hidden Story of the Jewish Brigade in World War II," and "Is Jerusalem Burning? Myth, Memory and the Battle of Latrun." Both films, relying primarily on first-person accounts, tell the story of critical episodes in the formation of the nation-state...
  2. Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle

    Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle is 8 feet, 7 inches in length
  3. Holmes
    Image | 1965

  4. Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD
    Image | 2008

    Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore's internationally famous public library, given by Enoch Pratt in 1882. Its Central Library and twenty-four branches, housing almost two million volumes and sixteen hundred films, lend nearly four million books and forty thousand films annually, serving as resource center for the entire state of Maryland.
  5. Wallace Library, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
    Image | 2010

    THE WALLACE LIBRARY, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Named in honor of George R. and Alice G. Wallace, The Wallace Library serves as Fitchburg's pass1 library and as a regional library for Central Massachusetts. With a collection of 150,000 books, magazines, recording and films, it plays an important part in the educational and cultural life of the region.
  6. Amet Magniscope

    Thirty-five millimeter film projector made of tin, galvanized metal and brass. It has two film reels and sits on a wood base.
  7. Boeing 40B-2 Air Mail Plane

    A single-engine biplane. The fuselage is painted green and gray and its wings are red and gray. Wing construction consists of solid spruce wooden poles routed out for lightness, spruce ribs and a plywood leading edge. The fuselage is a welded steel-tube frame covered with fabric. Fuel is carried in two forty and sixty-gallon tanks. The mail compartment is right behind the en...