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  • Jack R. & Harry V. Harlan Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the Jack R. and Harry V. Harlan Papers includes publications, manuscripts, reports, and photographs concerning agricultural research.
  • Jack Sherman Baker Papers (Digital Surrogates and Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the Jack Sherman Baker papers includes digitized video of Jack Baker giving a tour of the Erlanger House. Born Digital Surogates include a virtual tour video of Jack Baker's Studio in downtown Champaign, IL. The video was done for the AIA Illinois Virtual Conference
  • James B. Reston Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    James B. Reston Papers (Digital Surrogates), ca. 1943-1989, contains digitized personal notes, drafts, conference papers, speeches, diary pages, personal and institutional correspondence, interview transcripts, articles, memoirs, newspaper clippings and maps, relating to Reston's journalism career. Contents also include six audio recordings from 2 interviews conducted by Reston in 1977 and 1978. Digitized material concerns U.S. and international political episodes, social movements, public opinion, the professional practice of journalism, personal and family events, and business trips. Note: Several manuscripts, personal notes and dairy pages are not dated. Newspaper clippings and some transcriptions of speeches are available online through the Digital Library access link. Nearline material includes audio recordings from interviews by Reston, photographs, articles, correspondence, newspaper clippings and others. Access copy to this material is available upon request.
  • James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection
    Sousa Archives and Center for American Music  ·   Digital Special Collections
  • James I. Wyer Autograph Collection (Digital Surrogates)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Autograph collection of James I. Wyer (1869-1955), president of ALA (1910-11), contains letters written by librarians to Wyer or other librarians, includes publications, attendance and speeches at conferences, library activities, finances, the Lake Placid Club, ALA dues and committee activities and Wyer's appointment and work at the New York State Library, and correspondence with John C. Dana, Melvil Dewey, Charles Evans, Herbert Putnam, Ernest C. Richardson, George B. Utley, George P. Winship, and Justin Winsor.
  • James P. Danky Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Papers of James P. Danky, Newspapers and Periodicals Librarian at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1976-2007), member of the Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT) and recipient of the 1987 Bowker-Ulrich Serials Librarian of the Year award, including correspondence, publications, photographs, clippings, cassette recordings, bibliographies, coursework, and conference materials. Subjects covered include alternative publications, newspaper collections, women's, black, Asian and Native American publications, comics, African-American Newspaper Project, 'Alternative Library Materials,' 'Alternative Library Literature,' Black Press Guide, and 'Collectors Network News.' Correspondents include Sanford Berman. Also contains information pertaining to professional organizations, including the Centre for Industrial Relations Librarians (CIRL).
  • Jay Montgomery Hurd Memoirs (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Jay Montgomery Hurd Memoirs consists of the autobiographical writings of Jay Montgomery Hurd, titled “A Few Incidents in the Life of a Sexagenarian.” The memoirs describe Hurd’s life story from 1809 to 1874. Jay Montgomery Hurd held many jobs in his lifetime; his first position was helping newly freed slaves settle in Illinois. He later became a constable, farmer, storekeeper and politician. Hurd helped to establish Jersey County, Illinois, and served as a judge in Jerseyville from 1847-1869. During this time he became known by prominent politicians such as Stephen A. Douglas. Hurd moved from Greene County to Christian County in 1858, and then to Johnson City, Nebraska, in 1872. The digitized content contains the handwritten memoirs of Jay Montgomery Hurd, written in 1874. In his memoirs Hurd described politics, travel to the East Coast, and farming operations, as they evolved into mechanized processes during his lifetime. Hurd also mentioned abolition, religion, and frontier life, among other topics. Although Hurd lived through the Civil War, it is rarely mentioned in his writing. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Jay Montgomery Hurd Memoirs (MS 791). The collection was digitized in 2020. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Jean Haak Boehme Papers (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates from the Jean Haak Boehme Papers, contain born digital written memoirs and digitized pictures from Scrapbook, concerning Jean Haak Boehme's student life; campus locations; family vacations; relationship and marriage with her husband; family and childhood memoirs; Haak Boehme's first job; and war times.
  • Jerry Hirsch Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the Jerry Hirsch Papers includes general correspondence.
  • J. Jerry Uhl Papers (Audiovisual Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Papers of J. Jerry Uhl (1940-2010), professor in the Mathematics Department (1968-2010), includes correspondence, reports, reviews, proposals, publications, manuscripts, presentations, newspaper clippings, Mac floppy disks, recorded lectures from Math 315, and photographs; includes materials on Calculus & Mathematica (1988-1992), and a curriculum development project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that used Mac SEs in the classroom.
  • John C. Houbolt Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital surrogates from John C. Houbolt Papers includes notes, research, and outlines concerning the NASA Lunar Committee. This series also includes a digitized radio interview with Houbolt on The Afternoon Magazine radio show (WILL, Illinois Public Media) concerning the lunar landing; lunar orbital rondezvous (LOR); orbital mechanics; Mars exploration; the Cassini mission to Saturn; Wernher von Braun; NASA; modern communications systems; and tools, appliances, and materials originally created for space travel and now widely used by the public.
  • John J. DeBoer Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the John J. DeBoer Papers includes tape recordings concerning a public meeting to oppose Broyles Bills, held at the McKinley Foundation on April 21, 1955, sponsored by the Human Relations Committee of the Student Senate and the Champaign-Urbana Committee to oppose the Broyles Bills.
  • John M. Gregory Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital surrogates from the John M. Gregory Papers include a 1874 digitized letter, concerning correspondence between Gregory and Louise Allen.
  • John Starr Stewart Ex Libris Collection
    Rare Book & Manuscript Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The John Starr Stewart Ex Libris Collection comprises some 1500 plates, each mounted on an individual card. Each card has a specially designed printed form mounted on the verso upon which Mr. Stewart inserted notes about the owner, designer, or subject of the plate. Besides bookplates, the collection contains book stamps and spine labels, especially from institutional libraries. The collection was made between 1903 and 1906 and is rich in contemporary bookplates, many in the art nouveau style, although older plates are also included. While mid-Western and other American plates predominate, a substantial number of English and continental plates are present.
  • Jonathan A. Catlin Collection (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Jonathan A. Catlin Collection consists of a diary, a photograph, and two letters, mainly documenting the Civil War service of Jonathan A. Catlin in the 52nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry. The items date from 1862-1865 and 1883. Jonathan A. Catlin joined Company G of the 52nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry in 1861. The 52nd Regiment was organized at Geneva, Illinois, and engaged in the Battle of Shiloh, the Siege of Corinth, operations against Vicksburg, the Atlanta Campaign, and the March to the Sea. The digitized content contains Catlin's diary, an undated photograph of Catlin taken in Quincy, Illinois, and two letters. Catlin's diary contains a few entries on his life before and after the Civil War, but mainly documents his experience in the war. Among the materials is a letter dated January 14, 1883 from Jane Van Horn of Churchville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to her cousins in Illinois. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Jonathan A. Catlin Collection (MS 513). The collection was completely digitized in 2018. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Jonathan Baldwin Turner Papers (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Jonathan Baldwin Turner papers consists of letters, images, certificates, patents, and circulars pertaining to the life and career of Jonathan Baldwin Turner, a teacher, preacher, agriculturalist, and educational and political advocate. Jonathan Baldwin Turner (1805-1899) was born in Massachusetts and moved to Illinois after receiving his degree in classical literature from Yale University in 1833. He settled in Jacksonville, Illinois, where he was a professor at Illinois College. Turner was an integral figure in the establishment of land grant universities, as well as the founding of the Illinois Industrial University, now the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He was also an agriculturalist who improved agricultural methods and established the use of Osage orange trees for hedge farming. The digitized content contains incoming and outgoing correspondence, images, patents, circulars, and certificates from Turner's career in agriculture and educational advocacy. Correspondents include Illinois politicians, national politicians, and friends and associates involved in Turner's educational pursuits. Many of the letters concern Turner's decade-long effort in establishing the Illinois Industrial University. Turner's circulars and patents concern innovative agricultural methods, including improvements for seeding machines and Pulverizers, and the promotion of Osage orange trees for hedge farming. Images include portraits of Turner, his family, and their residence in Jacksonville, Illinois. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Jonathan Baldwin Turner Papers (MS 333). The collection was partially digitized in 2020 and 2021. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Joseph Gurney Cannon Photo Album (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Joseph Gurney Cannon Photo Album contains digital copies of photographs from Cannon’s album, documenting the construction progress of the Danville Soldier’s Home in Illinois. Joseph Gurney ("Uncle Joe") Cannon was a leading figure in U.S. politics during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He represented Illinois in the U.S. House of Representatives for a total of 46 years, between 1873 and 1923, and served as Speaker of the House from 1903 to 1911. Cannon was the leading force in bringing the Veterans Administration Hospital (formerly a branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers) to Danville, Illinois, in 1898. Cannon's photo album includes pictures of the hospital and its occupants, employees, surrounding grounds, and events. The buildings and grounds were later adapted for use by the Danville Area Community College. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Joseph Gurney Cannon Photo Album and Book (MS 505). The collection was partially digitized in 2000. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Joseph Hand Papers (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Joseph Hand Papers consists of letters dating from 1843-1903 and a set of two broadsides from 1844-1845 relating to Joseph Hand, a farmer who immigrated to Illinois from England with his family in 1845. The correspondence, the bulk of which dates from the 1840s and 1850s, highlights the lives of the Hands both before and after they left England. Joseph Hand was a farmer living in Yoxall, Staffordshire, England. In 1845, Hand sold his farm and set sail for America with his wife and six of their seven children. Hand's wife, Sarah Shipton Hand, died while the family was at sea. Upon arriving in Illinois, Hand purchased land at Paddock's Grove in Madison County, and soon expanded the farm across the county line into Bunker Hill in Macoupin County. After Joseph's death in 1860, his daughter Sarah A. Hand took over management of the family farm. The digitized content contains correspondence, dating from both while the Hands were living in England and after their arrival in the United States. The collection illustrates the lives of rural English people, English politics and social conditions in the 1840s, and exchanges between family members in England and the United States. The digitized content also contains auctioneers' broadsides for the sale of the family's farm in Yoxall. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Joseph Hand Papers (MS 688). The collection was partially digitized in 2013. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Joseph T. Tykociner Papers (Audiovisual Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Audiovisual Digital Surrogates from the Joseph T. Tykociner Papers, contains a digitized film concerning Tykociner's contributions to research and in innovation in sound recording as well as in the field of electrical engineering. The digitized film shows a picture of Tykociner's apparatus and describing of its method of operation. Includes pictures of J. T. Tykociner, Jacob Kunz (developer of the photoelectric cell connected with the new process), Paine reading aloud, and Manoah Leide playing the violin. The film also shows pictures of the soundtrack and how it is affected by sound such as speech, the ringing of a bell, and the violin. This clip was produced from a videotape dub, of a duplicate a film was made in 1954 by the Motion Picture Society of America, in order to match the sounds of Mrs. Tykociner and the violinist. The original demonstration film was produced in 1921-22. Additional material is available upon request, including a digitized audio recording concerning an interview with Professor Tykociner (March 9th 1967), concerning his early interest in the recording of sound and sound in moving picture; his experience as student, research engineer and faculty at the University; research and experiments with sound recording; career as research engineer for Marconi company, for German companies on radio telegraphy, for radio communications at Russian companies and the Army; his return to the US in 1920; his latter demonstration of sound in film; as well as about commercials and films using Tykociner's sound system. Note: The digitized interview recording is currently nearline due to copyright statements, but permissions are to be reevaluated at a later date.
  • Joseph W. Royer Architectural Drawings (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Joseph W. Royer Architectural Drawings (Digital Surrogates), 1927-1929, contains digitized architectural plans relating to blueprints of structural, heating, plumbing, and electrical features of buildings completed by Royer, Danely, and Smith Architects of Urbana, Illinois including: Zeta Tau Alpha Chapter House (Urbana), Chicago Heights (Bloom Township) High School, Illinois Women's College [MacMurray College] Science Building (Jacksonville, Illinois), Illinois Women's College Residence Hall (Jacksonville, Illinois), and a Cavalry Armory (Urbana). Digitized material includes all paper records from record series 26/20/162 held by the University Archives. An access copy of all materials is available upon request.
  • Justin Palmer Papers (Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born Digital Records from the Justin Palmer Papers, Architecture graduate student, includes 3D models of campus buildings in short video clips created for the Mapping History at the University of Illinois sesquicentennial project (see RS 35/2/59 for more information).
  • Justus F. Mueller Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surogates of the Justus F. Mueller Papers includes "Some Recollections of Henry B. Ward, 1924-1928".
  • Katharine L. Sharp Papers (Digitial Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Papers of Katharine Lucinda Sharp (1865-1914), Librarian and Director of the Library School (1897-1907), including diplomas from the New York State Library School (B.L.S. 1892 and M.L.S. 1907) and the Columbian Exposition (1894); correspondence as director of the Armour Institute Library School (1893-97); correspondence with Melvil Dewey and other librarians concerning curricula and Andrew Carnegie (1894-1903); notes on a catechism for librarians (1891), library associations (1896-1905), public library work (1901), and University of Illinois Library history (1903); Library school announcements, information circulars and course descriptions (1895-1908); Illinois State Library Association (1896-1916, 1922); survey of Illinois libraries (1903-10); photocopies of source material (1881-1898, 1907-19); memorial letters (1914); research notes, correspondence and manuscripts (1962-63) and photographs (1894-1907) accumulated by Miss Rose Phelps in writing a biographical sketch and by Miss Laurel Grotzinger in writing a biographical dissertation on Miss Sharp. The series contains material on library legislation in Illinois and other states (1897-1905).
  • Katharine Sharp Memorial Correspondence (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Katharine Sharp Memorial correspondence, between Frances Simpson, Assistant Director of the Library School (1912-30), and members of the Katharine Sharp Memorial Committee, Library School Alumni and friends of Katherine Sharp concerning the death and funeral of Miss Sharp, memorial exercises, Memorial Tablet, presentation ceremony and photogravures of the tablet. The file includes programs and photogravure copies of the tablet.
  • Kharagpur Institute of Technology Publications (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the Kharagpur Institute of Technology Publications includes reports of the Trip to India to Study the AID Engineering Program of the University of Illinois at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India written by W. L. Everitt (Dean of Engineering, 1949-68).
  • Knight Family Correspondence (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Knight Family Correspondence consists of letters written between the Mack family of Bloomington-Normal, Illinois and the Knight family of Selma and Towanda, Illinois, dating from the 1850s to the 1880s. Most of the letters were written by Martha Mack to her sister, Isabella Knight. Martha and Isabella Gill were sisters and Irish immigrants. Isabella married Harvey J. Knight and they had two children, Martha (Mattie) and Anna Knight The Knight family lived in Selma, Illinois before moving to Towanda, Illinois, outside of Normal, so that Isabella and Martha could be closer to each other. Martha Gill married John T. Mack and the two lived in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. The digitized content contains letters written between Martha and Isabella about farm life and family updates. Harvey and John also wrote to each other about their farm work. Later letters are written by Mattie and Anna Knight to their mother and father; these letters are about their education in Normal, Illinois, where they were learning to be teachers. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Knight Family Correspondence (MS 041). The collection was completely digitized in 2020 and 2021. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Krannert Museum Exhibition Catalogs (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Krannert Museum Exhibition Catalogs (Digital Surrogates), 1978, contains a digitized catalog concerning the exhibition of the work by Sol LeWitt at the Krannert Art Museum from February 3 through April 4, 1978. The digitized catalogue includes biographical notes about LeWitt, and an invitation to a preview event and conversation with the artist.
  • Leon Dash Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Leon Dash Papers (Digital Surrogates), 1973-1978, 1986, 1990-1993, 2007-2009, includes materials digitized from the University Archives records series 13/3/23 relating to Dash work as journalist and reporter for the Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) Tim Nugent project (2007-2009) and for the Washington Post. An access copy is available in online and nearline files. Online files: Include transcriptions and audio interviews associated with the DRES Tim Nugent project (2007-2009); interviewees include Reginald Alston, Jean Bergey, Henry Betts, John Brademas, Mary Lou Breslin, Kitty Cone, Jean Driscoll, Jack Duncan, Fred Fay, Joseph Hampton, Judith Heumann, Andrew Imparato, Thomas and Louise Jones, Simi Linton, Roger Martin, Evelyn Moore, Tim Nugent, Margaret McKain, and Patricia Nugent Steuerwold, Jack Peltason, Pat Pound, Zona Roberts, Michael Winter, William Stallman, Linda Van Vleck. Nearline files: Include newspaper articles by Leon Dash (published and drafts), maps, photographs, handwritten notebooks, handwritten notes, correspondence, documentary research materials (bulletins, reports, policy handouts, academic articles, research papers, writings by Gerald J Bender), and newspaper clippings, pertaining to Dash work as journalist and Washington Post reporter concerning primarily with Angola's revolutionary guerrillas and independence movements (1973 -78, 1986, 1990 -93). Please contact the University of Illinois Archives to request access. Digitized photographs pertaining to this record series is available at the Archives image repository.
  • LGBT at UIUC
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    "The Gay Illini organization was formed in 1975 and Illini Pride was founded in 1977, both growing out of the work of the Gay Liberation Front. Gay Illini was announced in the Daily Illini on January 29, 1975. By April 1975, the group was holding Gay Forums, offering panels discussing topics related to gay students and queer life. The group also hosted a number of social events, including dances, picnics, and movie nights." (reprinted from the Student Life & Culture Archives blog, written by Caitlin Stamm, http://archives.library.illinois.edu/slc/pride-month-2015-lgbt-history-on-campus/) Since the beginning in the 1970s, the story of LGBTQ culture and student organizations has taken several twists and turns, including a large number of name changes, acronym rearrangements, and a shifting landscape of office space (or lack thereof). This digital collection offers only a glimpse into the past, and does not attempt by any means to represents events, organizations, or policies in their entirety. Rather, the collection should be thought of as just one door in a long hallway of history. Another door is the current Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center, located in Room 323 of the Illini Union. As a complement to this collection, users may find the timeline the LGBTRC created here: https://oiir.illinois.edu/lgbt-resource-center/about-lgbtrc/history helpful. The University Archives are also a terrific opening for scholars who want to really dig into the LGBTQ past of the University of Illinois. All materials found in this collection were hand picked from two archival records series. To visit the University Archives online, please visit http://archives.library.illinois.edu. The analog collection these images were drawn from reside at the physical location of the Archives Research Center, Horticulture Field Laboratory, 1707 South Orchard, Urbana. It is the hope of the University Archives and the LGBT Resource Center that, over time, this digital collection will continue to grow. If you are a student, faculty, or staff member and have questions about donating material, please contact the Archives at (217) 333-0798. Collection Curator's Note: The University of Illinois recognizes that the acronym LGBT may not be agreeable to everyone it attempts to encompass. It was chosen for the title solely because it was the most used acronym found within the related archival collection. No offense is intended to any member of our highly diversified community campus.
  • Library 21 Exhibit File (Digital Surrogates)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital surrogates from the Library 21 Exhibit File, including correspondence (1960-62), contracts, development of the exhibit, feasibility studies (1960), proposals (1961), reports, and reactions to the exhibit.
  • Library and Information Science Library Subject File (Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The Library and Information Science Library Subject Files contains correspondence, reports, user analysis surveys relating to the collection and services of the Library unit and its transition into a "virtual" library. This series also includes digital copies of the Library and Information Science Library's website; "SWOT" assessment future planning documents related to Library Divisions (2005-06); and user analysis and implementation planning for the implementation of the Library's on-line public access catalog (OPAC) (1997-99) and its replacement with the Voyager OPAC (2002).
  • Library Audiovisual Presentations (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Library Audiovisual Presentations includes negatives and positives of a two-reel silent film, "Found in a Book: Making the Most of your Library," April, 1936. Series also includes 2 DVD format copies (2010). This film was produced by the Class in Administration, University of Illinois Library School, directed by Marion Bradford, written by Ralph T. Esterquest, and photographed by Ray P. Hamm. Actors include Klusman Parks, David Pettigrew, Halle Galhuly, Mildred Easton, and Martha Sanford. The plot compares the experiences of one student who successfully utilizes the university library to aid his research with his roommate who does not. Additonally, this collection includes audio cassettes of faculty and guest lectures concerning control and access; inderdisciplinary research; digital materials; community relations; music preservation; feminist perspectives on thinking, libraries, and information; global impact of libraries; reference and virtual libraries; humanities and libraries; and information technology by speakers including Herbert White, Robert Alun Jones, Barbara J. Ford, Charles A. Bunge, Sarah M. Pritchard, Richard Jones, Sonja Jordan, Ann Bishop, Adam Griego, Carole L. Palmer, Kuperminc Marta Zarate, and Sally H. McCallum.
  • Library Photographs and Slides (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Library Photographs and Slides (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates), 2003, 2007, contains images of the Ricker Architecture Library Project (ca. 2003), the acquisition of the University Library's 10 Millionth Volume (2007), and the Printers Marks Windows.
  • Library War Service Index, 1929 (Digital Surrogate)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Index to the War Services Committee records, this index provides subject access to War Services Committee records as they were originally arranged at ALA headquarters. Index also includes supplementary materials, including materials on the Library Overseas Fellowship, an armistice day pamphlet titled "The Tribute of the 'The Seven'", and a report "Rochester in Library War Work" by William Yust.
  • Lorado Taft Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Lorado Taft Papers (Digital Surrogates), 1929, contains a digitized handwritten manuscript and a letter, as well as an electronic transcript of the manuscript, relating to the speech given by Taft about the Alma Mater.
  • Louise J. Pellens Scrapbook (Digital Surrogate)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Louise J. Pellens Scrapbook (Digital Surrogate), 1905-1909, contains a digitized scrapbook entitled "Memory Book" of Louise J. "Prim" Pellens '09, including dance programs (135); theater programs (1906-09); photographs; Pi Beta Phi convention programs and menu (1906), annual report (1909), and house rules; commencement programs (1907-09); baseball scorecards (1907-08); concert & musical programs (1907-09); clippings; menus; calling cards; tags; postcards; invitation (1907-09); favors; and copies of "The Dope Sheet" and "Sirkus Siren" (1907-09).
  • Mapping History at the University of Illinois Collection
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    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, recreational offerings, faculty club outings, and more. These materials are part of the MH@UI project, a collaboration between University of Illinois Archives, University Library’s Scholarly Commons-GIS, and the School of Architecture, see: http://www.library.illinois.edu/mappinghistory/ Holdings are from the collections of the University Archives, Map Library, and Champaign County Historical Archives. Collection size: approximately 525 maps
  • Maps of Africa to 1900
    Rare Book & Manuscript Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
  • March for Science Champaign-Urbana Records (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    March for Science Champaign-Urbana Records include protest signs and posters, flyers, photos, original art from a volunteer artist, and indexed publicly available social media and web content concerning the sister March for Science Champaign-Urbana on April 22, 2017, at the Orpheum Children's Science Museum.
  • Margaret A. King Correspondence (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Margaret A. King Correspondence consists of original correspondence written between February and October 1864, primarily from Margaret A. King, who lived in Warren, Illinois, to her husband Philander B. King, who had moved to Nevada Territory. Philander and Margaret King were farmers who lived in Warren, Illinois, though Philander moved west to Washoe City, Nevada Territory in 1864 to try to find work in the gold mines. While he was away, Margaret cared for their farm and their children. The Kings moved to the state of Washington in 1902, where Margaret died in 1906 and Philander died in 1907. The digitized content contains sixteen letters, most of which are from Margaret King to Philander King. In her letters to her husband, Margaret described the difficulties of her life alone on the farm, as well as details such as the weather and the prices of goods. She also wrote about local news from Warren, Illinois, especially news regarding the Civil War. The digitized content also contains letters from Philander to Margaret, which give insight into his life in Washoe City, and letters sent to Philander from his relative J. M. Barber; J. E. Scace; and D. C. Allen. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Margaret A. King Correspondence (MS 037). The collection was completely digitized in 2018. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.