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  1. Paul E. Mayes Papers (Born Digital Records), 1985-1997

    Born digital records from the Paul E. Mayes Papers include research notes and quantitative data; diagrams; graphs; event programs; agendas; and biographic notes; concerning Paul E. Mayes research and developments about antennas, his career as professor of Electrical Engineering, and as Director of the Electromagnetics Laboratory. Materials refer to antenna research; the Ante...
  2. Vintage Gaming Collection

    The collection contains a combination of game ROM files captured from the original game cartridges, original game manuals and artwork (where available), and descriptive metadata about each individual game. Additionally, the collection will include documentation on original game consoles, including the hardware itself as well as the original operating system/assembly languag...
  3. Easter Surgery
    Image | 1984

    Robert Easter in a surgery laboratory, operating on a pig, assisted by a grad student (November 1984).
  4. Receiving the Keeley treatment
    Image | 1893

    Caption: "[Engraved for The Standard Guide Company.] The Keeley Institute--Taking the Hypodermic Treatment. [See "Keeley Institute."]". From text: "An illustration of the method pursued is given in this work. This shows Dr. Keeley in the foreground, noting the condition of patients as they pass from the hands of the operating physicians. The four daily hypodermic inject...
  5. Schulz, A.

    Man operating screw printing press, loose printed papers scattered around. Printed in red and brown.
  6. Drobner, Gustav
    Image | 1900

    Man operating printing press
  7. Old Lighthouse, Cape Henry, Va.

    Photograph of a lighthouse. Caption reads: Men in lighthouses, on lightships, and in coast guard stations receive books from the American Library Association, co-operating with local libraries. The A.L.A. furnishes free crew's libraries to American merchant ships and through representatives at principal ports provides free library service to American seamen.
  8. 98031eba.tif

    98-031, frame #22a: Ken Dalenberg, Vice Chair of the Research Committee for the Illinois Soybean Program Operating Board, Randall (Randy) Nelson, USDA/ARS and the University of Illinois, Xianghua Li, Visiting Scholar with the germplasm program, showing off the new shipment of Chinese Soybean seed germ plasm that arrived from China in early May. 5-11-98. Photo by David Riecks...
  9. Letter to Mr. Reston from Sydney Gruson regarding a meeting with British Shell oilmen and their views on operating in Iran
    Image | 1953

    Held in the James B. Reston Papers in the University of Illinois Archives
  10. Woman operating a tractor (FSA)
    Image | 1940

    FSA photographer John Vachon found it noteworthy that this young woman, a FSA (Farm Security Administration) rehabilitation borrower and her mother were operating tractor on a farm in Grant County, Illinois, "without the assistance of any men."
  11. Asistencia Maternal. Sala de opraciones

    Postcard, blue and white. An operating room.
  12. University of Illinois, Champaign, Urbana
    Image | 1987

    Blue line print.
  13. Urbana-Lincoln Hotel, northwest corner Broadway and Green Sts., Urbana, Illinois

    Northwest corner of Broadway and Green Streets, Urbana.
  14. Enfield and Mackey Cigar Factory

    Five men pose in front of the Enfield and Mackey Cigar Factory, an early 20th century manufacturer operating in Bloomington.
  15. V23272--Evolution of the Sickle and Flail--33--Horse harvester at Walla Walla, Washington

    Black and white stereograph slide of a horse harvester in Walla Walla, Washington.
  16. Print, Photographic (threshing scene)

    Photograph. Threshing scene on the Allen Grant Little farm, Hensley Township, Champaign County, Illinois. Image shows a threshing crew operating a steam thresher attached to a blower. Several full wagons are in the foreground, along with waterbarrels and a water truck.
  17. Illinois Central Locomotive, The 'Mississipi'

    The 'Mississippi' is a relatively small locomotive, even for its day. The locomotive's smokestack is twelve feet high, seven feet wide, and fourteen feet long. Behind the locomotive's engine is a flatcar that is seven feet wide and eight feet long. This flat car carried the locomotive's firewood and water. Both the locomotive and flatcar are painted black with white trim. Th...
  18. 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.
  19. U-505 Submarine

    The U-505 is 252 feet long, thirty-seven feet high at the conning tower and twenty-two feet wide at its widest point. Its maximum speed was 18.3 knots on the surface and 7.3 knots submerged. The submarine had a range of 11,400 miles without refueling and could stay submerged for approximately thirty-two hours. It could carry twenty-two torpedoes. The submarine was designed t...