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  1. Stanley Smith Papers (Born Digital Records, Digital Surrogates and Audio Visual Digital Surrogates), 1989-2011, 2014
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    Born Digital Records, Digital Surrogates and Audio Visual Digital Surrogates from the Stanley Smith Papers, contain presentations, images, web tutorials, audio and video concerning chemistry curriculum and instruction. Digital materials involve topics as web-based instruction, Falconsoft, PLATO, course materials and Chemistry Department equipment and facilities. Streaming a...
  2. The Broad Ax
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    The Broad Ax began as a weekly publication founded, published and edited by former Virginia slave Julius F. Taylor. The newspaper began in Salt Lake City in 1895 but disputes with the Latter-Day Saints led Taylor to move his publication to Chicago in 1899, where he continued his focus on being "Democratic in politics, advocating the immortal principles of Jefferson and Jacks...
  3. 1942 University Honors
    Image | 1942

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  4. 1949 University Honors
    Image | 1949

    The bronze tablets list the names of students who graduated in the top 3% of their class from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  5. Déclaration des Députés d'Alsace-Lorraine
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    A woman is chained to the wall. Above her shoulder is a poster with the headline "Deutsches Reich."
  6. Standard, Putnam County, Illinois, June 1918
    Image | 1918

    Also shows factories, commercial occupancy of buildings, property boundaries and house and block numbers.
  7. Hennepin, Putnam Co., Ill., Sept. 1893
    Image | 1893

    Partial cadastral map.
  8. Hennepin, Putnam Co., Ill., July 1899
    Image | 1899

    Partial cadastral map.
  9. George P. Upton
    Image | 1910

    George Putman Upton (1834-1919) was a writer and music critic (Source: Encyclopedia of Chicago).
  10. William F. Coolbaugh
    Image | 1910

    From text: "William Findlay Coolbaugh's rise and success was for a time phenomenal. He came to Chicago from Burlington, Iowa, with some reputation as a banker, and, though still in the thirties, so conspicuous was he in politics, that he received the Democratic vote for Senator in the Iowa Legislature. Within a few years of his arrival in Chicago, he became president of the...
  11. Public Library
    Image | 1906

    Caption: "Chicago's Public Library building bears the reputation of being one of the finest library structures in the world. The interior is exquisitely finished in marble, mother-of-pearl and onyx. It is situated on Michigan Avenue between Randolph and Washington streets, and commands a view of Lake Michigan. Upon its shelves are more than three hundred thousand volumes....
  12. Alphonse Capone and John Stege
    Image | 1930

    Caption: "Alphonse Capone, released from a Philadelphia jail, set Chicago on its ears, when he appeared unheralded in the office of John Stege, Commissioner of Detectives, and blandly inquired if he was wanted for anything. Capone with his attorney was then escorted to the Federal building where the same question was put to the United States District Attorney. On the same ...
  13. Scene after shooting of Alfred Lingle
    Image | 1930

    Caption: "Put On the Spot--Alfred (Jake) Lingle, Tribune reporter, was shot down in a subway, just off Randolph Street and Michigan Boulevard at 1 o'clock in the afternoon as he, with a blond youth, were hurried along with a crowd towards a train bound for the races at Washington Park. The "blond" youth stepped back a few paces, whipped out a snub-nosed revolver, shot Jake ...
  14. Entrance to Forest Home
    Image | 1893

    in fact their equal in that respect can not be found around Chicago. No spot could be more advantageously situated than the location of Forest Home, it being fifty-six feet above the level of Lake Michigan and the crown of the water-shed between the Atlantic and the Gulf. The water running from the roof of a house on the grounds on one side finds the St. Lawrence, while th...
  15. Group of revenue assessors
    Image | 1863

    Caption: ""A. C. Hesing, Martin Kimbell, Fred H. Rolschausen, H. W. Scoville, Reuben Taylor, George Dunlap, John Forsyth, W. R. H. Gray, J. C. Brown, George H. Anderson, Chester L. Root, Peter Page, C. R. Field, William James, C. N. Holden, Bernhard H. Bruns, Andrew Nelson, H. N. Heald, Fred Becker,* Albert W. Weber, Henry N. Stevens, Edward Page, Charles G. Smith, C. B. Sam...
  16. Chicago University
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    Caption: "Chicago University". From text: "To Stephen A. Douglas is due the credit of founding the first University of Chicago, now known as the Old University of Chicago. In 1856 a number of citizens visited Judge Douglas with plans for a university, and asked him for help. He gave them ten acres of ground lying along Cottage Grove avenue, at Thirty-fourth street, not fa...
  17. Lewis L. Coburn
    Image | 1912

    From text: "Lewis Larned Coburn was Chicago's pioneer patent lawyer and as a representative of the department of his profession in which he specialized he won national reputation, his ability placing him in the foremost ranks of the patent lawyers of the country. He was, moreover, a man of many personal excellencies whose ability, talents and culture made him the embodiment...
  18. Libby Prison Museum
    Image | 1893

    Caption: "[Engraved for The Standard Guide Company.] Libby Prison Museum, Wabash Ave., South. [See "Amusements."]". From text: "Located on Wabash avenue, between Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets. One of the principal permanent attractions of the city. The original Libby prison (transported from Richmond, Va., and put up, brick after brick, just as it stood during the W...
  19. Samuel Fielden
    Image | 1886

    From text: "Samuel Fielden is below the medium height, thick set and muscular. His face is swarthy and covered with a heavy beard. His brow is low, his face dull, and his appearance indicates the predominance of the brute. Unlike any of his associates he is a laboring man. He drove a stone wagon, and worked hard for his daily bread. He was kind to his family, and bore a...
  20. Haverly's Theatre
    Image | 1883

    From text: "The theatre was a surprise to every one, even in Chicago, where celerity is a prevailing habit and Time has in most things been knocked out of time. The first stone was turned upon the ground on the 12th of June, 1881. Ninety days later--on the 12th of September--the new theater, completed at every point, was thrown open to the public. If the world can offer a...
  21. Robert Bensley as Pierre in a scene from "Venice Preserved"
    Image | 1776

    with four other figures. With text: "Who's he disputes the Judgement of the Senate? Presumptuous Rebel." Act IV, Scene 2.
  22. Miss Bishop as Rosina in "Rosina"
    Image | 1810

    wearing straw bonnet with flowers, long gown. With text: "If I have done wrong, Sir, I will put what I have gleaned down again."
  23. Distillers Dried Grain
    Image | 2008

    Richard Keever shows off a handful of Distillers Dried Grains (DDG), a by-product left over from ethanol plant production which used corn as an input.
  24. Farmdoc Farmer
    Image | 2010

    Chris Hausman looks at the Farmdoc website on a desktop computer in his home office.
  25. Farmdoc Farmer
    Image | 2010

    Chris Hausman looking at the camera showing off the Farmdoc website on a desktop computer in his home office.
  26. 2018-50a.tif
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    AG00504: Farm consultant Wayne Swigert (left) supplements farming with his work in computer software. c. 1991. photo by David Riecks. Photographed for Fall 1992 issue of Illinois Research article, "Taking Care of Business in Rural Illinois." 5 x 7 at 100ppi, 2018-50A.TIF. TYPE: RGB, Optimized: FPO, Source: Slide, Scan Type: Photo-CD, In/Out: Inside, Format: Vertical, Shot: N...
  27. 2018-54a.tif
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    AG00505: Farm consultant Wayne Swigert (left) supplements farming with his work in computer software. c. 1991. photo by David Riecks. Appeared in Fall 1992 issue of Illinois Research article, "Taking Care of Business in Rural Illinois." 5x7 at 100 ppi, 2018-54A.TIF. TYPE: RGB, Optimized: FPO, Source: Slide, Scan Type: Photo-CD, In/Out: Inside, Format: Vertical, Shot: Normal...
  28. 3807-10a.tif
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    AG00513: Farmer working on computer. Farm Business Farm Management (FBFM), c. 1989. photo by David Riecks. 5 x 7 at 100 ppi, 3807-10B.TIF. TYPE: RGB, Optimized: FPO, Source: Slide, Scan Type: Photo-CD, In/Out: Inside, Format: Horizontal, Shot: Normal. Equipment, Agriculture, People, Race, White, Male, Adult (30-55).
  29. 99110daa.tif
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    99-110, frame #19: Cindy Lamb and John Tubbs (ITCS personnel) pose as farmers reading from the Agronomy Handbook. Using a laptop computer. With farming equipment -- tractor, truck in background. For Illinois Agronomy Handbook promotional materials. c. 1999. photo by Brian Stauffer. Original scan at 8x12, 300ppi. Now at 8x12 at 72ppi. Model released. 99110daa.tif. TYPE: RGB, ...
  30. 99110fba.tif
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    99-110, frame #32: Cindy Lamb and John Tubbs (ITCS personnel) pose as farmers reading from the Agronomy Handbook. Tubbs with laptop computer. With farming equipment -- tractor, truck in background. For Illinois Agronomy Handbook promotional materials. c. 1999. photo by Brian Stauffer. Original scan at 8x12, 300ppi. This image at 8x12 at 72ppi. Model released. 99110fba.tif. T...