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U. Illinois Archives Aug 15
Check out our blog entry on : Getting the Hat Right: The Untold Origin of Smokey Bear
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 10
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Today's our last day and we challenge ! Day 7/7
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Gies Business Aug 9
: In 1915, the Board of Trustees approved David Kinley’s request to form a separate business college. The College of Commerce opened with 581 students and 22 faculty members teaching in 3 departments—Economics, Business Organization and Operation, and Transportation.
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 9
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Interested in participating, ? Day 6/7
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UIUC Preservation Aug 9
Day 4/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No people, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. Thanks for this image from the Nitrate Negatives digitization project, ! What can you show us, ?
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 8
It's And that means archives cats! Check out this 1911 photo of Kappa Alpha Theta members posing with very large cats
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Ricker Library Aug 8
It's ! To celebrate we have a photo of our library's founder, Nathan Ricker, holding a cat on his porch. This undated photo is a part of the ' "Nathan C. Ricker Papers, 1875-1925."
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 8
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Today we challenge Research Collections at ! Day 5/7
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 7
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Want to join in, ? Day 4/7
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 6
Refreshed from the weekend, we're rolling along with the challenge! 7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! What about you, ? Day 3/7
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 3
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Today we challenge ! Day 2/7
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 2
Thanks for tagging us, ! 7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! You're it, ! Day 1/7
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 2
Thanks for tagging us, ! 7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! You're it, ! Day 1/7
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 2
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Thanks for tagging us ! We're up for the challenge!! 😁
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Illinois Alumni Jul 26
📻 Feather Train plays for a 🔶Quad🔷 crowd in 1970. Were you there? From Chances R to REO, the Red Lion Inn to All-Star Frogs, Foellinger Auditorium to The Finchley Boys, Illinois roared with the rock ’n’ roll revolution.
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U. Illinois Archives Jul 26
It's ! Here's a PLATO terminal displaying a math problem ca. 1960
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U. Illinois Archives Jul 26
It's ! Here's a PLATO terminal displaying a math problem ca. 1960
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U. Illinois Archives Jul 25
's built environment has evolved over the years - explore these changes through interactive maps and timelines in our portal
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U. Illinois Archives Jul 25
's built environment has evolved over the years - explore these changes through interactive maps and timelines in our portal
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Gies Business Jul 12
How times have changed! - David Kinley Hall main entrance, circa 1950.
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