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  1. Great Lakes Bulletin
    Collection

    The Great Lakes Bulletin is a daily newspaper written by and for naval officers. This collection provides a record of official communication between naval officers at the United State Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, Illinois. Each issue featured official orders from the navy Commandant, events on base and news of ongoing military campaigns. The newspaper also featured...
  2. Illinois weather station observations (Digital Surrogates), 1862-1948
    Collection

    Substation meteorological records comprising observations of temperature, amount and type of precipitation, predominant wind direction for volunteer-monitored weather stations throughout Illinois, taken as part of the Cooperative Observer Program from 1887 to 1948. Records for 1862-1874 for Ottawa, IL from the Smithsonian Institution's Register of Meteorological Observations...
  3. 1985 University Honors
    Image | 1985

    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. Quad-view of images of buildings
    Image | 1907

    lower right is bridge
  5. Quad-view of images of buildings
    Image | 1907

    lower right is store and restaurant
  6. Karte des Mittleren Kongo
    Image | 1889

  7. Wabash Railroad Co./Illinois Terminal Railroad Co. Depot
    Image

    Shows the west and south sides of the structure.
  8. Dallenbach House
    Image

    Shows the north side of the structure.
  9. Urbana Fire Department
    Image | 1962

    Shows the north and east sides of the structure.
  10. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Saint Louis Railroad Co. Depot
    Image

    Shows the north and east sides of the structure.
  11. Peoria and Eastern Railroad Co. Depot
    Image

    Shows the east and north sides of the structure.
  12. Illinois Traction System/Urbana and Champaign Railway, Gas, and Electric Co. building
    Image

    Shows the north and west sides of the structure.
  13. Aerial View of Buildings Taken from a Point South of the Downtown Area
    Image

    Taken from a point south of the downtown area looking north. Prominently visible is the downtown district and the Illinois Central Railroad station and yard.
  14. Union Bus Station
    Image

    Shows the south and west sides of the structure.
  15. Illinois Central Railroad Co. Freight Station
    Image | 1924

    Shows the west and south sides of the structure.
  16. Illinois Central Railroad Co. Depot
    Image | 1988

    Shows the west and south sides of the structure.
  17. Illinois Central Railroad Co. Depot
    Image | 1948

    Shows the west and south sides of the structure.
  18. Don Branson Mobil 500 Station
    Image

    Shows the south and east side of the structure.
  19. Station Theatre
    Image

    Shows the north and east sides of the structure.
  20. Post Office
    Image | 1906

    Caption: "The Post Office The new Post Office Building, one of the most magnificent postal structures in the United States, is located in a square formed by Adams, Clark and Dearborn streets and Jackson Boulevard. The delay in its completion caused many spirited controversies. From this great central station radiate forty-seven carrier stations, four stations without carr...
  21. Water Tower
    Image | 1906

    Caption: "The Water Tower[.] The North Water Works are situated on Chicago Avenue near the lake shore. Here a stone tower, one hundred and sixty feet high, receives water from the lake forced by four engines having a pumping capacity of ninety-nine million gallons daily. The water is conveyed to the tower through a brick tunnel five feet in diameter which extends two mile...
  22. Auto pumping engine
    Image | 1919

    Caption: "Averages 750 gallons per minute. This style of fire equipment replaces horsedrawn apparatus. It is so designed that the hose wagon and pump are combined in the same apparatus, which eliminates one piece of apparatus in the company where it is installed. It is of the latest design and the records show that the men are able to connect to hydrant, stretch 300 feet ...
  23. Chicago For the Tourist
    Image | 1912

    Book cover. Full text: "Chicago For The Tourist Reached by the Illinois Central R. R." Image depicts Grant Park, with the Logan Statue in the foreground, and the Illinois Central Station at 11th Street and S. Michigan Avenue behind.
  24. Illinois Central Station
    Image | 1912

    Caption: "Grant Park, the Lake, Michigan Boulevard and Central Station of the Illinois Central R. R."