Skip to main content






Add or remove other collections to your search:



Narrow your search by:



You've searched: CARLI Collections

  • All fields: first
(19 results)



Display: 20

    • A WEE Tale (Governors State University)

    • "A WEE Tale" was an original slideshow presentation created by university staff for President William E. Engbretson's farewell party. The humorous script and accompanying slides chronicle Engbretson's tenure as GSU's first president from 1969-1976....
    • Illinois and Regional History; University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--University publications
    • Basil H. Messler Diary (Augustana College)

    • This collection includes the diary, February 1864-January 1865, of Basil H. Messer, a Union Army soldier in the Mississippi Marine Brigade and First Battalion Calvary Regiment in the United States Civil War.
    • Illinois and Regional History; Military and War; U.S. History
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Carr and Lukens Family Papers (Augustana College)

    • The Carr and Lukens families were prominent figures in Rock Island County in the 19th and 20th centuries, and they were among the first families to settle in the area.
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text
    • Cupola (North Park University)

    • The inaugural edition of The Cupola proudly touted itself as "[b]eing the first literary production of the students of North Park College." Containing essays, poems, songs, artwork, photographs, and more, The Cupola is wholly a production of the...
    • Education; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Student publications; Text--University publications
    • Edward E. Ayer Digital Collection (Newberry Library)

    • As a collection of general Americana, the Newberry’s Edward E. Ayer Collection is one of the best in the country and one of the strongest collections on American Indians in the world. In 1911, Edward E. Ayer (1841-1927) donated more than 17,000...
    • Ethnology and Anthropology; Illinois and Regional History; Maps and Geography; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Images--General; Maps; Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries; Text--Books/Monographs
    • Ethnographic Arts Collection (Governors State University)

    • Objects in this collection were generously donated by former faculty, students and patrons for the purpose of direct instruction in art history classes and ethnic studies so that students might know first hand and be able to study and handle...
    • African American Studies; Art and Architecture; Ethnology and Anthropology
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs
    • Frisk Collection of Covenant Yearbooks (North Park University)

    • The Covenant Yearbook began publication in 1885 after the first annual meeting of the Svenska Evangeliska Missions-Förbundet in Princeton, Illinois. Compiled annually, the yearbook is a record of the Evangelical Covenant Church. It contains...
    • Education; Illinois and Regional History; Religion; U.S. History; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--General; Text--Periodicals
    • H. H. Carter Photographs (Lewis University)

    • H. H. (Harden Hasten) Carter was born April 6, 1875 in Franklin, Indiana. H. H. Carter was one of the first local photographers to use street photography, where people are captured going about their daily lives, rather than sitting in a formal...
    • Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • Missionären (North Park University)

    • Missionären (The Missionary) was the first official organ of the Evangelical Covenant Church. The Swedish-language newspaper was first published out of the basement of Old Main at North Park University in December 1894 and adopted as the official...
    • Education; Genealogy; Illinois and Regional History; Non-U.S. History; Religion; Sociology; U.S. History; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--Periodicals; Text--University publications
    •  Mt. Carmel High School Sibylline (Illinois Eastern Community Colleges)

    • This collection consists of the Sibylline, the yearbook of Mt. Carmel High School, Mt. Carmel, Illinois. The first Sibylline was published in 1914 and publication has continued yearly with the exception of 1919. We hope you enjoy this history of...
    • University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--University publications
    •  Netta Bartholomew Anderson Papers (Augustana College)

    • Netta C. Bartholomew Anderson was one of the first six women to graduate from Augustana College, earning her degree in 1894. The Netta Bartholomew Anderson papers, 1831-1959 and undated, contains Anderson's writings, correspondence, and other...
    • Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History; Women's Studies
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • OCC Lance (Illinois Eastern Community Colleges)

    • This collection consists of Olney Central College’s yearbooks, The Lance. Olney Central College, an Illinois Eastern Community College, was founded in 1963. The first Lance, was published in 1965, and continued until 1991. We hope you enjoy this...
    • University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--University publications
    • Peoria Historical Society Image Collection (Bradley University)

    • The Peoria Historical Society currently operates two historic house museums and has maintained a library collection on deposit in the Cullom-Davis Library at Bradley University since 1982. This collection contains a large number of images, books,...
    • Art and Architecture; Illinois and Regional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • St. Ansgarius Episcopal Church Records (North Park University)

    • The St. Ansgarius Episcopal Church Records document the members and activities of St. Ansgarius, an Episcopal church located in the Chicago neighborhood of Swede Town (present-day River North). Founded in 1849, St. Ansgarius was the first church...
    • Genealogy; Religion
    • Text; Text--General
    • Steve Balkin Photographs of Maxwell Street, Chicago (Chicago State University)

    • Chicago’s storied Maxwell Street was one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in the city. Nestled against the Chicago River, which sheltered it from the great fire of 1871, Maxwell Street was home to successive generations of Jewish, Italian,...
    • African American Studies; Business and Economics; Ethnology and Anthropology; Illinois and Regional History; Performing Arts; Sociology
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • The Interlude Student Newspaper (University of St. Francis)

    • Welcome the Interlude Student Newspaper Collection from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL. The collection contains digital images of The Interlude from 1925 through 1969. The newspaper offers a unique perspective of life in a Franciscan...
    • Education; Illinois and Regional History; University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--General; Text; Text--Periodicals; Text--Student publications; Text--University publications
    • Woman's Club of Carbondale Minutes (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

    • The Woman's Club of Carbondale Minutes collection documents 1896 through 2016, including bylaws, calendars, the club pledge, and officer lists, along with a few photographs and materials related to special club events and retrospectives, including...
    • Art and Architecture; Business and Economics; Education; Illinois and Regional History; Literature; Nature; Non-U.S. History; Performing Arts; Religion; Sociology; Travel and Leisure; U.S. History; University and Institutional History; Women's...
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--General; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • WVC Oubache (Illinois Eastern Community Colleges)

    • This collection consists of Wabash Valley College's yearbooks, The Oubache. Wabash Valley College, an Illinois Eastern Community College, was established in 1960. The first Oubache, was published in 1963, and continued until 1994. We hope you enjoy...
    • University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--University publications

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK
Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK