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1. Museum of Science and Industry Cornerstone Museum of Science and Industry Cornerstone Cornerstones; Time capsules; Scientific experiments; Viruses; Bacteria; Chemistry; Physics; Duplicates of physically of biologically "alive" experiments in tubes laid in the Museum of Science and Industry's Cornerstone in 1952. Specifically, these tubes contain: slow crystallization, lotus seeds,...

2. Local Indian Traditions Local Indian Traditions Kickapoo Nation; Custer, Milo, 1880-; Bloomington, Illinois; Indians of North America Milo Custer's 1914 account of local indian traditions (7 pages).

3. Ten years ago the Nazis burned these books; ... but free Americans can still read them Ten years ago the Nazis burned these books; ... but free Americans can still read them Propaganda; Political posters; Book burning; Reading; War posters, American ; Censorship; World War, 1939-1945--United States ; Poster, color, 28 x 20 in., published by the United States Government Printing Office

4. Urbana High School, Urbana, Illinois Urbana High School, Urbana, Illinois Buildings; Urbana, Illinois; Education; Schools Urbana High School, 1002 South Race Street, Urbana.

5. University High School, Urbana, Illinois University High School, Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education; Schools; Schoolteachers; School of Education, 1212 with Springfield Avenue, Urbana.

6. University of Illinois Law Building (Harker Hall), Urbana, Illinois University of Illinois Law Building (Harker Hall), Urbana, Illinois Urbana, Illinois; Buildings; Education 1304 W. Green Street, Urbana. Harker Hall is also known as the Chemical Laboratory. In 1986, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

7. View Southwest from the First Pylon, Temple of Luxor View Southwest from the First Pylon, Temple of Luxor Temples; Luxor, Egypt Black and white stereograph slide, T 237 from Tour of the World, vol 5 and 6.

8. Painting: Illinois River Painting: Illinois River Painting; Landscape; Oil on canvas; Krafft, Carl, 1884-1938; Riverboats A painting of two riverboats on a wide expanse of river past bluffs rising from the far shore. Two tall trees rise up left of center on the near shore, where two figures leaning on a rail fence look out...

9. Cable Car Cable Car Chicago, Illinois; Cable cars; Trolley cars; Cable railroads; Rail transportation; Electric streetcars; Electric railroads The cable car is fifteen feet tall, eight feet wide, and twenty feet long. There are six two-person seats on each side. Its wooden seats are similar to bench seats found in a church. The cable car is made...

10. Milburn Electric Car Milburn Electric Car Automobiles; Cars; Electric automobiles; Transportation; Land transportation; Toledo, Ohio A black and blue two-passenger, two-door electric car. The car has a tiller for steering, two headlights, one taillight, and four rubber tires.

11. U-505 Submarine U-505 Submarine Submarines; Submarine warfare; Sea battles; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Transportation; Water transportation; German Navy The U-505 is 252 feet long, thirty-seven feet high at the conning tower and twenty-two feet wide at its widest point. Its maximum speed was 18.3 knots on the surface and 7.3 knots submerged. The submarine...

12. 1914 Model T Ford 1914 Model T Ford Automobiles; Cars; Land transportation; Detroit, Michigan A black, four-passenger, three-door car, with a black leather top, a two-piece folding windshield, and four black leather seats. On the exterior are two running boards, two headlights, one rear lantern-shaped...

13. Duesenberg Roadster J-200 Duesenberg Roadster J-200 Land transportation; Automobiles; Cars; Racing cars; Racecars; Des Moines, Iowa; A 1929 Duesenberg Roadster J-200 convertible two door, two-passenger automobile. The auto body is black with stainless steel trim and bumpers. The convertible top and four spoked tires are tan. There are...

14. Blickensderfer Typewriter No. 5 Blickensderfer Typewriter No. 5 Typewriters; World's Fair; Columbian Exposition; Stamford, Connecticut; A portable manual typewriter (in original carrying case), 'Blickensderfer No. 5 Stamford Conn. U.S.A.' Ideal keyboard, with type-wheel, black keys with white letters. No. 58627.

15. Elks Auditorium, Champaign, Illinois Elks Auditorium, Champaign, Illinois Champaign, Illinois; Champaign County, Illinois; Buildings; Auditorium; Organizations; Education 108 W. Hill St., Champaign.

16. Fragment of Envelope free-franked by Abraham Lincoln Fragment of Envelope free-franked by Abraham Lincoln Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; U.S. Congress; U.S. Mail; Franking privilege Fragment of white envelope, free-franked by Abraham Lincoln. Sent to Mrs. Sprigg, Lincoln's Washington DC landlady for the room he rented while serving as a U.S. Representative from 1847-1849. Also legible...

17. Champaign County Plat Book Champaign County Plat Book Champaign County, Illinois; Champaign, Illinois; Maps; Plat book; 1930 Champaign County Plat Book

18. 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.

19. John Adams John Adams Boston; American Revolution; Presidents; Colonialists John Adams is shown in his later years. He appears to be holding a cane in his hand.

20. 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."
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