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1. Three Liberty Dimes Three Liberty Dimes Pileus; Phrygian Cap; Liberty Cap; Coins; French Revolution; American Revolution; U.S. Mint; King Midas; Seated Liberty The 1864 dime has a wreath and says "United States of America." The other two coins just have the wreath. All three say "One Dime." The earliest dimes were called "dismes."

2. Champaign City Building, Champaign, Illinois Champaign City Building, Champaign, Illinois Buildings; Champaign, Illinois Champaign City Building, 102 N. Neil Street. Art Deco design elements are prominent on this building.

3. Race Inn, Urbana, Illinois Race Inn, Urbana, Illinois Buildings; Urbana, Illinois; Food industry 115 S. Race Street, Urbana

4. University of Illinois Armory University of Illinois Armory Champaign County, Illinois; Armory; Buildings; Education 505 E. Armory Avenue, Champaign.

5. USO Club, southwest corner, Champaign, Illinois USO Club, southwest corner, Champaign, Illinois Champaign, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Military; Recreation USO Club, southwest corner, Randolph and Hill Sts., Champaign.

6. Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Champaign, Illinois Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Champaign, Illinois Champaign, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois; Buildings; Fraternities; Students 405 E. John St., Champaign.

7. Champaign City Building, Champaign, Illinois Champaign City Building, Champaign, Illinois Champaign, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois; Buildings; City planning; Government facilities 102 N. Neil St., Champaign. Art Deco design elements are prominent in this 1949 view.

8. Copp's Hill Burying Ground, Boston Copp's Hill Burying Ground, Boston American Revolution; Bunker Hill; 'Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes.' An 18th century burying ground in Boston, which contains many old tombstones.

9. Paul Revere House Paul Revere House Boston; Midnight ride; American Revolution; Colonialists; Patriot Built about 1660, this house is the oldest building in downtown Boston. Paul Revere lived in it from 1770 to 1800.

10. 'Silver' Penny, 1863 'Silver' Penny, 1863 Coins; U.S. Mint; Cent; Civil War; Indian The profile of an Indian maiden wearing a headdress, with "United States of America," around the edge, and the date, 1863, underneath.

11. Four Indian Head Pennies, 1888 Four Indian Head Pennies, 1888 Coins; U.S. Mint; Bimetallic; Gold Standard The Indian Head pennies show the profile of an Indian maiden wearing a feather crown.

12. John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar, 1964 John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar, 1964 Coins; U.S. Mint The left-facing profile of President Kennedy is shown in a simple design with LIBERTY overhead, IN GOD WE TRUST just under the President's image, and the date along the bottom edge.

13. Liberty Silver Dollar, 1895 Liberty Silver Dollar, 1895 Coins; U.S. Mint; Phrygian Cap; Morgan, George T.; Face Value A left-facing portrait of Miss Liberty. She wears a crown on which is written LIBERTY. A few wheat leaves are stuck in the crown. At the back of her curly hair, she wears a Phrygian cap. Above her head...

14. Solon House, 503 S. State St., Champaign, Illinois Solon House, 503 S. State St., Champaign, Illinois Italianate; Cupola The Solon House is one of the finest examples of the Italianate style in Champaign-Urbana. It features a low-pitched hip roof with wide overhanging eaves and large brackets. The windows are arched, surmounted...

15. Pierre Menard Home, Ellis Grove, Illinois Pierre Menard Home, Ellis Grove, Illinois Architecture; French Colonial District; Vertical log construction; Menard, Pierre, 1766-1844 Collection of views of the Pierre Menard Home.

16. B.F. Harris, II House, Champaign, Illinois - a selection of images B.F. Harris, II House, Champaign, Illinois - a selection of images Cattle; Railway; Banks; Household; Houses; Housing; Champaign, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois Different views of the B.F. Harris II House.

17. Slave Shackles, c. 1850 Slave Shackles, c. 1850 Slavery; Handcuffs; Stocks (Punishment); Fugitive slaves; Collars; Civil War Plantation owners and overseers used heavy iron shackles to punish and humiliate defiant slaves, both men and women and especially those who tried to run away. Slaves who had been sold were also shackled...

18. The Coureur de Bois and the Indian The Coureur de Bois and the Indian fur trade; Indians of North America; Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909; A fur trader stands by a birch bark canoe and shakes the hand of an Indian. A second fur trader is seated in the canoe.

19. The gun that killed Lincoln The gun that killed Lincoln Derringer; Assassinations; Ford's Theater; Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865; Civil War; Arms & armament; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 On the evening of April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth fired this small derringer into the back of Abraham Lincoln’s head, inflicting a mortal wound. Lincoln was attending a play at Ford's Theater. The...

20. Printing Press, c. 1830 Printing Press, c. 1830 Abolition movement; Slaves; Newspapers; Abolition movement; Publishing industry; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; The noted abolitionist Elijah P. Lovejoy (1802-37) is believed to have owned this press, which is in the collection of the Chicago Historical Society.
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