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  1. AALS Promotional Materials (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates), 2008, ca. 2011-2012, 2014-
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    Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates from Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Promotional Materials include a publications order form and announcements from AALS, including copies of press releases distributed by way of the association's Web site.
  2. CDMS Issuances and Reports (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates), 1984, 2003-2011
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    Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates from the CDMS Issuances and Reports contain electronic copies of CDMS' (Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society) events promotional posters and brochures; and research reports' illustrated covers, concerning ethnic and racial diversity on campus, academic perspectives on ethnic diversity and discrimination, racial discriminati...
  3. Daniel Curley Papers: Audio recordings (Digital Surrogates)
    Collection

    Digital Surrogates from the Daniel Curley Papers include a digitized audio recording of the talk "Skeleton for the library" by Daniel Curley, concerning his memories and experiences related with his career as a writer. The talk is presented in a narrative way, and involves stories about his childhood, his family, the library he used to visit as a child, some references to st...
  4. Mapping History at the University of Illinois Collection
    Collection

    The Mapping History at the University of Illinois (MH@UI) collection contains maps, drawings, blueprints, and images of the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, and Champaign County dating from the 1850s to the present. Maps relate to way-finding, campus and community planning, city zoning, political districting, transportation, humor and cartooning, student housing, re...
  5. Illinois Documentary History of Black Studies
    Collection

    This series aims to document Black Studies programs in Illinois and beyond by means of archival research and interviews with program leaders, and then to provide the results in digital form via IDEALS as well as hard copy. Bound volumes are deposited at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, the Vivian Harsh Collection of the Chicago Public Library, and the home institu...
  6. The Cairo bulletin (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878
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    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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. Project Unica
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    Project Unica is an initiative of The Rare Book & Manuscript Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to produce high quality digital facsimiles of printed books that exist in only one copy. The concept of a "unicum" is difficult for the average library user to understand, since printed books, by their very nature, exist in more than one copy—that's the geni...
  10. Les foyers du soldat
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    A heavily-laden soldier makes his way towards a barracks in front of a demolished city.
  11. Journée Serbe 25 juin 1916
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    People and cattle make their way across a snow-covered bridge. A Red Cross nurse helps a soldier along, while bodies float in the river below the bridge.
  12. Journée Serbe 25 Juin 1916
    Image | 1916

    Soldiers and civilians make their way across a snowy field.
  13. Robert Baddeley as Petulant in "The Way of the World"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Wearing hat, coat, waistcoat, breeches, shoes with buckles
  14. Frances Abington (nee Barton) as Widow Bellmour in "The Way to Keep Him"
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    Whole-length, standing in interior setting. Wearing dress with ribbon ornaments and headdress with plumes
  15. Frances Abington (nee Barton) as Widow Bellmour in "The Way to Keep Him"
    Image | 1792

    Whole-length, standing in interior setting. Wearing dress with ribbon ornaments and headdress with plumes. With text: "Oh! blest with temper, whose unclouded ray, Can make tomorrow chearful as to-day" Act III, Scene 1.
  16. Edwin Booth as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length to left. Wearing breeches, cape
  17. Junius Brutus Booth as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length. Wearing breeches, doublet, cape
  18. Junius Brutus Booth as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length. Wearing large hat with plume, breeches, cape
  19. Junius Brutus Booth as Sir Giles Overreach in "New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length. Wearing tall hat with plume, cape
  20. Julia Glover as Lady Allworth in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
    Image | 1818

    Whole-length, standing, wearing dress with decorative trim, hat with plume.
  21. Ellen Augusta Hilson (nee Johnson) as Margaret in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
    Image | 1827

    Half-length portrait, wearing jewelry, dress with ornaments.
  22. Elizabeth Hopkins (later Mrs. Michael Sharp) as Arethusa in "Philaster"
    Image | 1780

    Whole-length portrait. With text: "Where am I now? Feet find me out a way". Act IV, Scene 2.
  23. Dorothy Jordan as Widow Bellmour in "The Way to Keep Him"
    Image | 1807

    Whole-length portrait, standing, playing "The Willow" on a lute.
  24. Dorothy Jordan as Widow Bellmour in "The Way to Keep Him"
    Image | 1806

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room reading a book, wearing embroidered veil and shawl, and a glove on one hand. With text: "O blest with temper or whose undouded ray, can make to morrow chearfull as to day". Act III, Scene 1.
  25. Dorothy Jordan as Widow Bellmour and John Bannister as Fashion in "The Way to Keep Him"
    Image | 1806

    Scene from the play with a third character entering room in the background. With text: Sir Fashion: "Raptures and paradise pout on thy lip, and to thy heart be press'd". Act V, Scene 1.
  26. Charles John Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length portrait, wearing striped breeches and doublet and lace collar
  27. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length portrait, standing, drawing sword from scabbard, standing on paper.
  28. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length portrait, standing, pointing to paper held in right hand.
  29. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Half-length portrait. With text: "Rob me not madam of all my joys at once".
  30. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
    Image | 1818

    Half-length portrait, wearing lace collar and doublet with beadwork.
  31. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
    Image | 1830

    Whole-length portrait, wearing striped breeches and doublet
  32. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Whole-length portrait, wearing striped breeches and doublet, drawing sword from scabbard.
  33. Edmund Kean as Sir Giles Overreach in a scene from "A New Way to Pay Old Debts"
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    Scene from the play, Kean standing to right, drawing sword, full cast around. Others not identified.
  34. Maria Theresa Kemble (nee DeCamp) as Foible in "The Way of the World"
    Image | 1796

    Whole-length portrait. With text: "So mischief has been before-hand with me_". Act III, Scene 1.
  35. William Thomas Lewis as Tangent and Alexander Pope as Captain Falkener in a scene from "The Way to Get Married"
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    Scene from the play with an unidentified actress playing Julia. With text: Captain Falkener -- "My Julia! Oh! Give her to my arms."
  36. Isabella Mattocks (nee Hallam) as Lady Wishfort in "The Way of the World"
    Image | 1807

    Whole-length portrait, standing in a room, fan in right hand. With text: "O, he's a railler, nephew, my Cousin's a wit