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1. B.F. Harris, II House (Carle Pavilion), Champaign, Illinois B.F. Harris, II House (Carle Pavilion), Champaign, Illinois House; Houses; Hospitals; Champaign County, Illinois; Champaign, Illinois; The B. F. Harris house, which is now the Carle Pavilion, is located at 809 West Church Street. The B.F. Harris family founded the Cattle Bank, The First National Bank, and owned the Urbana and Champaign...

2. B.F. Harris, II House (Carle Pavilion), Champaign, Illinois B.F. Harris, II House (Carle Pavilion), Champaign, Illinois House; Houses; Hospitals; Champaign County, Illinois; Champaign, Illinois The B. F. Harris house, which is now the Carle Pavilion, is located at 809 West Church Street. The B.F. Harris family founded the Cattle Bank, The First National Bank, and owned the Urbana and Champaign...

3. Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois Buildings; Theaters; Champaign, Illinois; Performances The Virginia Theater was built between the years 1920 and 1921. It was named after the commissioner’s (A.W. Stolman’s) daughter, Elizabeth Virginia Stolman. It was designed by C. Howard Cane and H....

4. Harker Hall, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois Harker Hall, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois University; Buildings; Foundation Harker Hall is the oldest and arguably the most charming building still standing on the University of Illinois campus. Harker Hall was built in 1878. When first built, it was a chemical laboratory. It...

5. Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois - detail Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois - detail Buildings; Theaters; Champaign, Illinois; Performances The Virginia Theater was built between the years 1920 and 1921. It was named after the commissioner’s (A.W. Stolman’s) daughter, Elizabeth Virginia Stolman. It was designed by C. Howard Cane and H....

6. Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois Buildings; Theaters; Champaign, Illinois; Performances The Virginia Theater was built between the years 1920 and 1921. It was named after the commissioner’s (A.W. Stolman’s) daughter, Elizabeth Virginia Stolman. It was designed by C. Howard Cane and H....

7. Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois - detail Virginia Theater, Champaign, Illinois - detail Buildings; Theaters; Champaign, Illinois; Performances The Virginia Theater was built between the years 1920 and 1921. It was named after the commissioner’s (A.W. Stolman’s) daughter, Elizabeth Virginia Stolman. It was designed by C. Howard Cane and H....

8. Harker Hall, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois Harker Hall, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois University; Buildings; Foundation Harker Hall is the oldest and arguably the most charming building still standing on the University of Illinois campus. Harker Hall was built in 1878. When first built, it was a chemical laboratory. It...

9. University of Illinois campus, World War II University of Illinois campus, World War II University; Buildings; Foundation On June 18, 1860 Reverend Johnathan C. Stoughton proposed that a school be built between the twin cities. In October, 1864, Turner and Clark R. Griggs were appointed to investigate possible sites for the...

10. Edison Middle School, Champaign, Illinois Edison Middle School, Champaign, Illinois Schools; Buildings; Champaign, Illinois; Education Champaign High school was located at 306 W. Green St. for 42 years (opened in 1914) until 1957, when it became Edison Junior High. The building’s architectural style is described as “Imposing Greek”...

11. Edison Middle School, Champaign, Illinois Edison Middle School, Champaign, Illinois Schools; Buildings; Champaign, Illinois; Education Champaign High school was located at 306 W. Green St. for 42 years (opened in 1914) until 1957, when it became Edison Junior High. The building’s architectural style is described as “Imposing Greek”...

12. Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Illinois; Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Illinois; University; Buildings; Recreation; Football; Stadiums Memorial Stadium was built in 1923 by the firm of Holibard and Roche. The stadium was originally planned for tennis, baseball, field hockey, etc. The structure has 182 pillars, honoring the 182 students...

13. Edison Middle School, Champaign, Illinois Edison Middle School, Champaign, Illinois Schools; Buildings; Champaign, Illinois; Education Champaign High school was located at 306 W. Green St. for 42 years (opened in 1914) until 1957, when it became Edison Junior High. The building’s architectural style is described as “Imposing Greek”...

14. Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Illinois; Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Illinois; University; Buildings; Recreation; Football; Stadiums Memorial Stadium was built in 1923 by the firm of Holibard and Roche. The stadium was originally planned for tennis, baseball, field hockey, etc. The structure has 182 pillars, honoring the 182 students...
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