• Cabinet Card of Hancock County Residents McMillen Family

    Reproduction of cabinet card, photographer Sympson of Carthage, Illinois. Aunt Dolly McMillan, G. Worrell's sister. Original labeling above done by Doris Walker McRaven's mother, Minnie Worrell Walker…

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  • Sullivan, Rolla Albert

    Rolla Albert Sullivan was the grandfather of Roger Sullivan and the owner and operator of the Sullivan Grocery Store in the Randolph House Hotel building on the east side of the square. He is the pers…

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  • Main Street Industry

    The photograph shows the south side of Main Street in Industry, looking west. Left to right: Industry Bank, Pennington Store, Livery Stable.

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  • WIU Bennett and Hursh Halls

    The photograph was taken facing south, with Bennett Hall on the left and Hursh Hall on the right.

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  • 1983 - 05 (May)

    Students of Western Illinois University

    The Western Courier is a newspaper focusing primarily on the Western Illinois University and Macomb communities. Owned and operated since 1905 by Western Illinois University students, the Western Cour…

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  • 2007 - 05 (May)

    Various Students of Western Illinois University

    The Western Courier is a newspaper focusing primarily on the Western Illinois University and Macomb communities. Owned and operated since 1905 by Western Illinois University students, the Western Cour…

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  • Tombstone of Mary Foster in New Hope Cemetery South of Blandinsville

    The photograph shows the tombstone of Mary Foster, wife of George Foster, who died August 14, 1855, at the age of 53 years, 1 month, and 21 days.

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  • Girls swimming in Lamoine River circa 1900

    Girls swimming in Lamoine River, or Crooked Creek, circa 1900

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  • 1963 - 07 (Jul)

    Various Students of Western Illinois University

    The Western Courier is a newspaper focusing primarily on the Western Illinois University and Macomb communities. Owned and operated since 1905 by Western Illinois University students, the Western Cour…

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  • Keokuk Lock and Dam Construction 1910

    # 84 Illinois shore--construction plant.

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  • Keokuk Lock and Dam Construction 1912

    # 598. Dam construction.

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  • Keokuk Lock and Dam Construction 1912

    # 529. Illinois Division. General view of dam from Iowa side.

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  • Theodora Pottle

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  • Keokuk Lock and Dam Construction

    # 454. Iowa Division. General view of lock from west bull nose showing concrete around culverts.

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  • Gertrude Jones Tombstone in Mt. Auburn Cemetery at Colchester 2002

    Photo taken by John Hallwas

    "Shown...is the headstone for six-year-old Gertrude Jones, who died the year Kelly Wagle was born (1886). It feaures the statue of a little girl." "McDonough County Historic Sites," by John E. Hallwas…

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  • Macomb Northeast Side Square

    Photo of the east side of the square and the southeast corner of the intersection of Randolph and Carroll streets.

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  • Bulletin Ser. 3 Vol. 25 No. 5 1946

    Western Illinois State Teachers College

    Scanned in color, grayscale; This is series 3, volume 25, number 5 of the Western Illinois University Bulletin, which was published from 1903 through 1959.

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  • Bulletin Ser. 3 Vol. 16 No. 2 1936

    Western Illinois State Teachers College

    Scanned in color, grayscale; This is series 3, volume 16, number 2 of the Western Illinois University Bulletin, which was published from 1903 through 1959.

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  • Buckeye Pottery Logo

    Logo for the Buckeye Pottery, established by Joseph Pech. The pottery was located in the 400 block of East Carroll Street.

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  • Marshall, Donald W.

    During World War II, Lieutenant Don Marshall was cited for courage under fire in Germany and was later wounded in battle and spent several months recovering in a military hospital. He also received a…

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