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  1. Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Photograph File (Born Digital Records), -2015
    Collection

    Born Digital Records from the Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Photograph File, includes born digital photographs and digitized images, concerning the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences faculty, alumni, students, awards, research projects, conferences and meetings, social activities, research equipment and infrastructure. A repre...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Athenais in "Theodosius"
    Image | 1776

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, dress embellished with bows. In color. With text: "So my Veranes till my death comes on, Shall sad Eudosia thy dear loss bemoan." Act V, Scene 1.
  5. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Athenais in "Theodosius"
    Image | 1778

    Whole-length. Wearing crown and feathers, dress embellished with bows. With text: "So my Veranes till my death comes on, Shall sad Eudosia thy dear loss bemoan." Act V, Scene
  6. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    holding letter in right hand. Colored print. With text: "'Sdeath I'm afraid I've mistaken the House." Act II, Scene 2.
  7. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    holding letter in right hand. With text: "'Sdeath I'm afraid I've mistaken the House." Act II, Scene 2.
  8. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1779

    Small whole-length. With text: "They are the prettiest Castagnets in the World." Act II, Scene 1.
  9. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple"
    Image | 1777

    Small, whole-length. With text: "Here is a nest of the prettiest goldfinches that ever chirp'd in a cage." Act II, Scene 2.
  10. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) when Mrs. Crawford as Mariamne in "Mariamne"
    Image | 1794

    Whole-length. Wearing flowing gown, headdress. With text: "I wish my Innocence." Act I, Scene 6.
  11. Portrait of Thomas Barry
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    Bust. With text: "Tho. Barry (signature) Manager of New York & Boston Theatres." Signed by S. Hollyer
  12. Portrait of Thomas Barry
    Image

    Bust. Wearing heavy double-breasted coat.
  13. Portrait of Thomas Barry
    Image

    Bust. With text: "Thomas Barry. Comedian."
  14. Ann Barrymore (nee Adams) in costume
    Image

    Whole-length. In costume, perhaps as Maria Grazia in "The Brigand," with pistol and rifle.
  15. Portrait of Maurice Barrymore
    Image | 1900

    Bust. Photo-engraving from stage program.
  16. Richard Henry Barrymore as The Father and Charles Kemble as Durimel in a scene from "The Point of Honor"
    Image | 1807

    Whole length. Interior scene. With Text: Durimel-- "My Father! In such a moment! Kind heaven I thank thee." Act II, Scene II.
  17. Richard Barrymore as Scrub and Captain George Wathen as Archer in a scene from "The Beaux' Stratagem"
    Image | 1792

    Scene from the play with both characters seated wearing coats, waistcoats, breeches, wigs.
  18. Richard Barrymore as Scrub and Captain George Wathen as Archer in a scene from "The Beaux' Stratagem"
    Image | 1806

    Scene from the play with both characters wearing coats, waistcoats, breeches, wigs. With text in border: Archer: "But what Ladies are those", Act III, Scene 3.
  19. Richard Barrymore as Scrub and Captain George Wathen as Archer in a scene from "The Beaux' Stratagem"
    Image

    Scene from the play with both characters seated wearing coats, waistcoats, breeches, wigs.
  20. Richard Barrymore as Flash in "Miss in Her Teens"
    Image | 1794

    Whole-length. Interior scene with three other characters. From Act II, Scene 1.
  21. Portrait of William Barrymore
    Image | 1804

    Bust.
  22. Jane Barsanti as Estifania in "Rule a Wife and Have a Wife"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Holding jewel case. With text: "See how if sparkes -- like an old lady's eyes" Act IV, Scene !
  23. Jane Barsanti as Helena in "Midsummer Night's Dream"
    Image | 1776

    Whole-length. Wearing feathers, flowers, and jewelry in hair. With text: "And will you rent our ancient Love asunder to join with Men in scorning your poor Friend?" Act III, Scene 2.
  24. Portrait of James Bartleman
    Image | 1830

    Half-length. Drapes and music in background. Facsimile autograph.
  25. Charles Bass as Malvolio in "Twelfth Night"
    Image | 1859

    Whole-length. Standing in outdoor setting. Wearing costume with ruffle collar, fringe, stripes. With text: "This does make some obstruction in the blook, This cross-gartering but what of that?" Act III, Scene IV.
  26. Amadeo Bassi as Alfredo in "La Traviata"
    Image

    Three-quarter-length. Wearing cockade, white vest, white flower in buttonhole.
  27. Portrait of Emma Sarda Di Bassini
    Image

    Bust. Wearing flowers in hair, necklace with large pendant.
  28. Portrait of Kate Josephine Bateman and Ellen Douglas Bateman
    Image

    Whole-length. Leaning on pedestals.
  29. Kate Josephine Bateman as Leah in "Leah, the Forsaken"
    Image | 1864

    Three-quarter-length. Long hair, hands clasped at throat.
  30. Portrait of John Beard
    Image | 1749

    left elbow on table.