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University of Illinois Natural History Building, Urbana, Illinois
Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; History;
1301 W. Green Street, Urbana. Nathan C. Ricker was the architect. Since 1986, the building has been on the National Register of Historic Places.
University of Illinois Woman's [Women's] Building, Urbana, Illinois
Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Women; Classrooms; Swimming pools
608 S. Wright Street, Urbana.
Millikan Oil Drop Apparatus
Physics; Nobel Prize; Nobel Laureate; Scientific experiments; Electrons
A metal cylinder, approximately thirty-six inches tall and twenty-four inches in diameter with two internal horizontal plates and several openings used for lighting and viewing inside the cylinder.
National Semi-Racing Roadster
Cars; Automobiles; Racing cars; Racecars; Indianapolis, Indiana; Land transportation
The 1913 National Semi-Racing Roadster is a two-passenger automobile. Its engine and hand crank are in the front. There are two large, tube-shaped gasoline tanks behind driver's seat. Behind the gas tanks...
Schacht Model K Runabout
Automobiles; Cars; Land transportation; Transportation; Cincinnati, Ohio
The Schacht Model K Runabout is a two-passenger automobile with a carriage body. The engine is in the rear of the vehicle. A hand crank starts engine. The steering wheel is located on the right side. The...
Indian Head/Buffalo Nickel, Obverse and Reverse: no date
Coins; U.S. Mint; Indian; Bison; Native American
On the obverse, an Indian shown in profile. Above is written LIBERTY. Below the date has been worn off. On the reverse is the image of a bison. Above is UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E Pluribus Unum, and below...
Liberty Nickel, 1886
Coins; Liberty; Half-disme; Half-dime; 'V'; U.S. Mint
Liberty is shown in profile wearing a crown. Thirteen stars representing the thirteen colonies are shown around the edge and the coin bears the date.
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.
Church of the Holy Family, Cahokia
Churches; Architecture; French Colonial Period; French Colonial District; History; Cahokia, Illinois
See individual images for descriptions.
Japanese Bisque Happifat Doll
Japan; United States; Happifat dolls; American pop culture; Nippon dolls; Glandular diseases; Japanese doll industry
Bisque molded doll. It is all one piece except for the moveable detached arms. The arms are moveable by means of a connected elastic thread. The face has painted eyes with eyelashes. The smiling open mouth...
All-Bisque Kewpie Doll - Reissued Version
Reissued dolls; All-bisque dolls; Kewpie dolls; American pop culture; O'Neill, Rose, 1874-1944;
This is a Kewpie doll with an all-bisque body. It has blue wings on each side of the shoulders. The arms are missing and there is light brown hair painted down the center and back of the head. The cheeks,...
Ford; Industrialization; Wrenches; Assembly-line methods; Automobiles; Chesebro Blacksmith Shop; Blacksmithing; Model T;
Two headed wrench, marked "Ford" on the obverse, "1917" on the reverse. Probably used for a Model T. Found in the Chesebro blacksmith shop.
Fort de Chartres, Illinois
French Colonial District; Military history; Forts & fortifications;
The third Fort de Chartres, a limestone structure with four bastions, was built by the French in the Illinois Country in 1753, replacing two earlier wooden structures.
All-Bisque Kewpie Doll - Original
England; United States; Kewpie dolls; American pop culture; All-bisque dolls; O'Neill, Rose, 1874-1944
(Right) This is a Kewpie doll with an all-bisque body. It has light brown hair down the center and back of the head. There are blue wings on each side of the shoulder. The cheeks, stomach, and knees are...
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