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  1. University of Illinois Material (Digital Surrogates)
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    Digital Surrogates from the University of Illinois Material includes digitized images, concerning digitized "UI Viewbooks" for years 1893, 1904 and 1909, displaying campus scenes, university athletics, university band, and campus buildings. Digitized images also iclude a copy of the booklet "Popular Illinois Men", published by Joseph Kuhn & Co. in Spring 1912, including pho...
  2. Chicago Water Works
    Image | 1869

    From text: "… it was not until Monday, March 25th, 1867, that the water was let into the tunnel to flow through the water pipes and hydrants of the city. On that day the new water works were formally inaugurated by the laying of the corner stone of the new tower, situated about half a block west of the old tower, and since completed to a total height of 130 feet, standing on...
  3. Suburb of Auburn Park
    Image | 1893

    Caption: "[Engraved for The Standard Guide Company.] Suburb of Auburn Park--Wright, North from 77th St. [See "Outlying Chicago."]". From text: ""Well understanding that no locality can be uniformly improved unless under the sole control of a single person or a syndicate, Eggleston, Mallette & Brownell also bought Auburn Park. Then they immediately commenced to carry out...
  4. In front of the theater
    Image | 1903

    laying dead on the sidewalk."
  5. Thomas King as Lissardo in "The Wonder"
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    Whole-length portrait, displaying diamond ring on little finger. Inscription in German.
  6. Thomas King as Rimenes in a scene from "Artaxerxes"
    Image | 1788

    Scene from the play with an unidentified actress playing Mandane. With text: "To sigh & complain alike I disdain". Act II, Scene 1.
  7. John Lee as Aboan and William Powell as Oroonoko in a scene from "Oroonoko"
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    the two characters under a group of trees. White actor playing black character.
  8. William Thomas Lewis as Tangent and Alexander Pope as Captain Falkener in a scene from "The Way to Get Married"
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    Scene from the play with an unidentified actress playing Julia. With text: Captain Falkener -- "My Julia! Oh! Give her to my arms."
  9. Charles Mathews as a woman playing a violin
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    Half-length, wearing a woman's hat. One page of six from "Nine Portraits Forming a Series of Characters, Illustrative of Mathews." With text: "I vish I vos a little fly, On his own busum for to lie, That all the world may plainly see, I lov'd a lad wot lov'd not me."
  10. Charles Mathews in character, playing the violin
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    Half-length, wearing a high hat and playing the violin. One page of six from "Nine Portraits Forming a Series of Characters, Illustrative of Mathews." With text: "Down by a crystal river side, A beautious damsel I espied."
  11. Charles Mathews in character playing a guitar
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    Half-length, wearing a stocking cap. One of six pages from "Nine Portraits Forming a Series of Characters, Illustrative of Mathews." With text: "Behold now a child from the region of Song, and you know that from Italy naught can be wrong."
  12. Charles Mathews in character playing a horn
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    with smiling face and full of joy, To the innocent tune of the merry Swiss Boy."
  13. George Mattocks as Apollo in "Midas"
    Image | 1778

    Whole-length portrait, standing, playing a guitar. With text: "Ah, happy Hours how fleeting."
  14. Charlotte Melmoth as Roxana in a scene from "The Rival Queens"
    Image | 1776

    Whole-length portrait, standing, with an unidentified actor playing Alexander. With text: Alexander: "Why Madam gaze you thus." Roxana: "For a last look."
  15. Portrait of Rosoman Mountain (Wilkinson)
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    Three-quarter-length portrait, seated, playing keyboard instrument.
  16. Joseph Shepherd Munden as Sir Abel Handy in "Speed the Plough"
    Image | 1816

    Scene from the play with another actor playing Ashfield.
  17. Elizabeth Pope (nee Younge) as Merope in "Merope"
    Image | 1776

    Scene, with an unidentified actor playing Eumenes, in chains. With text: Eum --"Is that the Queen so famed for miseries."
  18. Jane Pope as Corinna in a scene from "The Confederacy"
    Image | 1777

    Scene with unidentified actress playing Flippanta. With text: Cor --"Ah, Flippantra, if you wou'd but encourage me."
  19. Ada Rehan as Lady Teazle in a scene from "The School for Scandal"
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    Scene from the play, with Rehan looking out from behind a screen at another actor playing Joseph Surface.
  20. Elizabeth Ann Sheridan (nee Linley) as St. Cecilia
    Image | 1837

    Whole-length portrait, playing organ with two children singing.
  21. Henry Siddons as the Earl of Salisbury in a scene from "King John"
    Image | 1806

    here is my throne, bid kings come bow to it."
  22. Madame Celine Celeste as Miriam in "The Woman in Red"
    Image | 1893

    holding playing cards.
  23. Charles Connor as Doctor O'Toole
    Image | 1826

    Half-length. Playing violin.
  24. Drury, F. K. W.
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    Stained glass window with figures playing golf and football, and an amateur actor (or graduate[?]), bowing.
  25. Ortiz, Manuel A.
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    Multicolored. Troubadour scene: Man playing a stringed instrument (pandoura?) sings to seated woman, child plays tambourine. Outline of image imitates manuscript fragment.
  26. Portrait of Richard Tarlton
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    Whole-length portrait, standing, playing pipe and tabor drum.
  27. Portrait of Richard Tarlton
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    Whole-length portrait, standing, playing pipe and tabor drum.
  28. Portrait of James William Wallack on music sheet
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    Whole-length portrait, playing guitar and singing to girl seated on bank. Music sheet "Love's Ritornella"
  29. Henry Woodward as Bobadil in "Every Man in His Humour"
    Image | 1776

    Bust portrait in oval on same plate with a bust portrait of actress playing "Mrs. B."
  30. Blair, Clinton Ledyard, 1867-1949.
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    Black ink on cream paper. Crest: torse and stag's head caboshed (antlered) within semi-circular banner displaying the motto.