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  1. The Cairo bulletin (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878
    Collection

    The Cairo Evening Bulletin, The Cairo Daily Bulletin, The Cairo Bulletin and The Daily Cairo Bulletin Between its founding in 1837 by the Cairo City and Canal Company and its incorporation in 1858, the town was visited by Charles Dickens, who was decidedly unimpressed with its marshy surroundings, calling it a “detestable morass” (American Notes, October 19, 1842). The...
  2. The Cairo daily bulletin (Cairo, Ill.)
    Collection

    The Cairo Evening Bulletin, The Cairo Daily Bulletin, The Cairo Bulletin and The Daily Cairo Bulletin Between its founding in 1837 by the Cairo City and Canal Company and its incorporation in 1858, the town was visited by Charles Dickens, who was decidedly unimpressed with its marshy surroundings, calling it a “detestable morass” (American Notes, October 19, 1842). The...
  3. The Cairo evening bulletin (Cairo, Ill.)
    Collection

    The Cairo Evening Bulletin, The Cairo Daily Bulletin, The Cairo Bulletin and The Daily Cairo Bulletin Between its founding in 1837 by the Cairo City and Canal Company and its incorporation in 1858, the town was visited by Charles Dickens, who was decidedly unimpressed with its marshy surroundings, calling it a “detestable morass” (American Notes, October 19, 1842). The...
  4. Robert Gray Papers, Music and Instruments, 1910-2006
    Collection

    Consists of papers, photographs, music, correspondence, teaching notes, research, and music instruments documenting Gray's professional music career as a trombone professor, performer, and church music director between 1940 and 2006. The collection is organized in three series: Series 1, Personal Papers, 1940-2006; Series 2, Music, 1929-1998; and Series 3, Historical Trombo...
  5. University of Illinois Built Environment
    Collection

    In the beginning, the inspiration and actualization of the land-grant Industrial University, what was to become the University of Illinois, required thoughtful planning and a commitment to its built environment. The design and planning decisions made early on would influence all current and future development on the campus of the University of Illinois and its influence on t...
  6. Miss Abrams as Sylvia in "Cymon"
    Image | 1778

    Whole-length. Wearing purple and yellow dress, wearing hat and holding basket. With text: "Oh why should we sorrow who never knew sin..." In color.
  7. Maria Gibbs as Emily Worthington, Isabella Mattocks (nee Hallam) as Miss Lucretia Mactab, and Charles Murray as Lt. Worthington in a scene from "The Poor Gentleman"
    Image | 1818

    Scene from the play, interior setting. With text: "Miss L. Mac Tab: 'I'll never speak to that beastly quack again, who left me in a ditch.'" Act V, Scene 2.
  8. Elizabeth Hartley (nee White) as Mariamne in "Mariamne"
    Image | 1781

    Whole-length portrait. With text: "Gave command this breast should bleed, where never dwelt a thought disloyal or unkind". Act IV.
  9. Richard Jones as Puff in "The Critic"
    Image | 1816

    Whole-length portrait, standing, holding book. With text: "A play is not to show occurrences that happen every day, but things just so strange that tho' they never did, they might happen". Act II, Scene 1.
  10. Robert Keeley as Innocent Lambskin in "A Woman Never Vext"
    Image | 1826

    Half-length portrait, wearing tall hat with feather.
  11. Thomas King as Perez in "Rule a Wife and Have a Wife"
    Image | 1776

    Whole-length portrait, seated at table with candle. With text: "Never return to mine own House again. We're lodged here in the miserablest dog-hole. The Inhabitants we have are two starved Rats". Act III, Scene 1.
  12. Charlotte Melmoth as Queen Elizabeth in "The Earl of Essex"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length portrait, standing, wearing a dress with a very high standing collar, in interior setting. With text: "Essex a Traitor! it can never be."
  13. Charles Mathews as the Hon. Tom Shuffleton in "John Bull"
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    Whole-length portrait. With text: "But the fact is, Baronet, we improve. We have voted many qualities to be virtues now, that they never thought of calling virtues now, that the thought of calling virtues formerly, the rising generation wants a new dictionary."
  14. Eliza Mansel (Mansell) as Angelica in "Sir Harry Wildair"
    Image | 1795

    Whole-length portrait, holding a large veil. With text: "Alive! alive! and never lived so much in this moment."
  15. Eliza Mansel (Mansell) as Angelica in "Sir Harry Wildair"
    Image | 1795

    Whole-length portrait, holding a large veil. With text: "Alive! alive! and never lived so much in this moment."
  16. William Parsons as Dumps in "The Natural Son"
    Image | 1792

    Whole-length portrait, waistcoat buttoned wrong and holding bottle and glass. With text: "You never gave me a chance to get tipsy in your service."
  17. John Quick as Alderman Smuggler in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length portrait, in women's attire. With text: "Ashamed of! O Lord Sir, I'm an honest old Woman, that never was ashamed of anything."
  18. Elliott, Will M.
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    Flowers and scrollwork around an open_file book within a heart. Black ink on beige paper.
  19. William B. Wood as Stephen Foster in "A Woman Never Vexed"
    Image | 1827

    Half-length portrait, in cap and cloak with ermine trim.
  20. Milner, Madeleine Wade
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    A woman sits reading a book in a room with a bookshelf and a fireplace.
  21. Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    Image | 1897

    Dark green ink on beige paper. A naked child is reading a book by candlelight, sitting in grass amid flowers.
  22. Smythe, Elizabeth Harris
    Image | 1898

    Spade shield with crossed keys hanging from tree
  23. Pallmann, H.
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    Clock
  24. Barker, A. M.
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    Text and bar border with corner ornaments.
  25. Glencoe Public Library
    Image | 1917

    Ancient boat with sails and oars
  26. Hervey, Julie
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    Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules, three trefoils purpure on a bend argent. Supporters. Two leopards rampant, collared or and chained. Crest: a leopard passant sable, collared with a ducal coronet and chained, holding in his paw a trefoil purpure. Motto: Je n'oublierai jamais (I will never forget).
  27. Halsey, Herbert Drake, 1872-
    Image | 1899

    Verse: warning to borrowers.
  28. S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846
    Image | 1894

    Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules (red), three trefoils slipped vert (green) on a bend argent (silver)
  29. Douglas
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    Coat of arms. Escutcheon: argent, a man's heart ensigned with an imperial crown, on a chief azure, three mullets fessways gules. Crest: a salamander in flames. Motto: Jamais arriere (Never behind)
  30. Daignault, W. E.
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    Printed in green. Five books, titles on spines, between two bookends (robed and cowled readers sitting on rocks.
  31. August Sandburg
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    Typed caption of a photograph of August Sandburg, Carl Sandburg's father. It mentions that August never learned to write, but took solice in reading the Swedish Bible.
  32. Rev. Robert H. Clarkson
    Image | 1910

    Caption: "Rev. Robert H. Clarkson By Courtesy of 'The Churchman'. From text: "Deserving of a grateful remembrance as are all these, I feel like giving first place to Dr. Robert H. Clarkson, of St. James's Episcopal and later the revered Missionary Bishop of Nebraska and Dakota … there was never any question where Robert H. Clarkson stood. His voice from the first was a tr...
  33. Chicago Opera House
    Image | 1893

    Caption: "[Engraved for The Standard Guide Company.] Entrance to the Chicago Opera House. [See "Amusements."]". From text: "Located in the Chicago Opera House building, a magnificent structure, southwest corner of Clark and Washington streets, opposite the Court-house ... The theatre was built for Mr. Henderson, and arranged with the idea in mind of the subsequent produc...
  34. Christian Brothers Academy
    Image | 1869

    From text: "The Academy of the Christian Brothers, on Van Buren street, near Clark, was first opened in the spring of 1868, and has already achieved a very high and deserved celebrity. In the Order of the Christian Brothers, founded for the purpose of devoting themselves to the education of youth, the members are trained especially to fulfill the duties of teachers. How we...
  35. August Spies
    Image | 1886

    From text: "August Spies is a pale-faced, intellectual-looking German, thirty-six years of age. He was born in Hessia and came to this country in 1873. He has been a Socialist all his life, and started a newspaper in support of that cause in 1879. His paper was called the Arbeiter Zeitung, and a sheet was never published which contained matter more revolutionary to the law...
  36. Officers of Local Union No. 183
    Image | 1903

    From text: "The first union of women workers, of the great packing houses of the Union Stock Yards of Chicago, was organized at the University of Chicago Settlement last April with twenty charter members. It is known as "Local No. 183 of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers' Workmen of North America." Three years ago a small group of four girls, inspired by an Irish g...
  37. 1518-51a.tif
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    HS00104: Chemical spray tank being filled. Used for 50 Ways Farmers Can Protect Their Groundwater slide set = #34B. c. 1996? Photo by David Riecks. 5 x 7 at 100 ppi, 1518-51A.TIF. "Never leave a spray tank unatteneded while it is being filled. If the tank overflows, you may end up with contaminated puddles on the ground or chemicals in the nearest water supply. In addition, ...
  38. Mr. Crampton: Act I
    Image | 1966

  39. Gloria: Act I
    Image | 1966