• Indenture of Land, No 8688

    Document reads: This Indenture, made the Third day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Forty-seven between Schuyler H. Mattison of City of New York of the first part and…

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  • Sny Island Levee Camp

    Sny Island Levee and Drainage District was created to help protect the fertile farm grounds along the Mississippi River bottoms. This is the construction on the Sny Camp Hen House. BW Exterior 4.5" x…

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  • Naval Militia Company

    Naval Militia Company marching with weapons near the C.B. & Q. Train Depot. A large crowd is gathered with flags and decorations for the street fair that ran October 9 thru 14, 1889. President William…

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  • 1967-1968 Plainfield Village Map Jaycees

    Plainfield Jaycees

    1967-1968 "Historical Guide Map" for Plainfield Illinois including local business advertising. Created by the Plainfield Jaycees compliments of Fleischmann's Distillers.

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  • Graffiti in the Madison County Nursing Home in 2002 after Mine Subsidence

    Gibson, Bob

    This 2002 photograph shows graffiti written on the wall of the Madison County Nursing Home after it was closed in the late 90s. The graffiti reflects how the staff felt about the closing. There is als…

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  • U.S.S. Maine entering Havana Harbor

    U.S.S. Maine entering Havana Harbor during the Spanish-American War; 1898-1899. BW Exterior 8" x 10".

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  • Vice meeting

    Temple, John

    Government/Politics/Law; Women protested red light district at Bloomington council chambers, 1942

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  • Third Between Maine and Hampshire

    Looking north on Third between Maine and Hampshire Streets. Exterior photo. Wolf Manufacturing Co, 116 North Third, is at extreme right. Old City Hall building is the round top buillding at the northe…

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  • Women at meeting, 1941

    Diesel, William E. Jr

    Domestic/Community/Social Life; Women in McLean County Courthouse to protest the County Board of Supervisors refusal to hire a County Nurse, 1941

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  • Street scene

    Shows the south side of Main Street east of the intersection with Market Street. Prominently visible are the Champaign County Courthouse and Champaign County Sheriff's Residence. Historic Champaign Co…

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  • Stop the Budget Cuts Ad II

    Brock Klein

    Student Graphic Arts Collection (Illinois Wesleyan University)ad war terrorism government politics war budget foreign policy weapons of mass destruction saddam hussein iraq nuclear war

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  • Farm Security Administration committee

    Bill, Frank

    Agriculture; McLean County Farm Security Administration committee

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  • Major J.G. Rowland

    Illinois Veteran's Home at Quincy, located along 12th and Locust in Quincy, IL. Originally known as the Illinois Solider's and Sailors Home, 1886, name was formally changed in 1973. Major J.G. Rowland…

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  • Lt. S. K. Baughman

    Lieutenant S. K. Baughman, Company C, 10th Illinois Infantry. Baughman enlisted the day after Fort Sumter was fired on, April 13, 1861, and served until 1865 on General John Tillson's staff. BW Portra…

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  • Newspaper article - Towanda Rural Mail Carrier Gets National Safety Award

    A 1950 to 1960 Pantagraph newspaper article with photograph of Ralph W. Close, a rural mail carrier being presented an award from the National Safety Council's "Safe Driver Award" by Postmaster Amelia…

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  • Major General Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss

    Major General Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss [1819-1901] was one of the first volunteers. He served as colonel, brigadier general and commanded troops in northern Missouri under both Grant and Sherman. He…

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  • Mayors of Quincy

    Portraits of six Quincy Mayors with the names and dates of service. Top row: Jonathan Parkhurst, 1885-1886; James M. Bishop, 1887-1889; E.J. Thompson, 1888-1891. Bottom row: George H. Walker, 1890; Jo…

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  • Construction of Quincy- Taylor Road

    Members of the Quincy Chamber of Commerce assisted in the improvements to the Quincy-Taylor Road and are shown here inspecting the road on June 21, 1913. BW Exterior 4" x 5".

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  • Damaged Bricks on the Exterior of the Madison County Nursing Home in 2002 After Mine Subsidence

    Gibson, Bob

    This photograph shows damaged bricks on the exterior of the Madison County Nursing Home in 2002, likely damaged by mine subsidence. The nursing home closed in the late 1990s. The building was torn dow…

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  • Kelly's Army of Unemployed Working Men

    Kelly's Army of Unemployed Working Men camped at Sherman Park, West Quincy, MO. The group of men and women were on their way to Washington D.C. to protest the Depression of the 1890's. BW Exterior 10"…

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