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    • Aware Magazine (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary)

    • The Aware Magazine is a quarterly publication of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary containing information and news for alumni/ae and friends of the Seminary since 1975. Articles include editorial essays, information on campus life, as well...
    • Religion; University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Periodicals; Text--University publications
    • Books (Saint Xavier University)

    • The Books (Saint Xavier University) collection are books selected from the Library that include historical information about the university, the Sisters of Mercy, and other topics.
    • University and Institutional History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs
    • Campus Art (Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy)

    • The Campus Art digital collection contains over 80 photographs of donated art pieces, student artwork, and gifts to the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy from other countries in addition to the original "Illinois for Art" collection.
    • Art and Architecture
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs
    • Canal Corridor Postcards (Lewis University)

    • This collection shows in postcards many of the structures that were around at the beginning of the twentieth century. While the majority of these postcards focus on Joliet, Illinois, and other towns along the Illinois & Michigan Canal Corridor,...
    • Art and Architecture; U.S. History; Illinois and Regional History
    • Images; Images--General
    • Century of Progress World's Fair, 1933-1934 (University of Illinois at Chicago)

    • A Century of Progress International Exposition was the world's fair held in Chicago during the summers of 1933 and 1934 to commemorate the incorporation of the city in 1833. Presented here are publicity and other documentary photographs from the...
    • Art and Architecture; Ethnology and Anthropology; Illinois and Regional History; Technology and Industry
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • Chicago Aerial Photo Services (CAPS) (University of Illinois at Chicago)

    • The Chicago Aerial Photo Services (CAPS) collection has a number of aerial photographs from 1929 through the late 1940s. Primarily the photographs are of the Chicago area though there are some images from other areas of the state.
    • Illinois and Regional History; Maps and Geography
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • Evangelical Free Church Yearbooks (Trinity International University)

    • The Evangelical Free Church Yearbooks represent a yearly effort by the Evangelical Free Church of America and its predecessors to mark the growth and number of congregations in the denomination, as well as list ministers, officials, and other...
    • Genealogy; Religion
    • Text; Text--Periodicals
    • I & M Canal Documents and Correspondence, 1832-1857 (Lewis University)

    • Illinois and Michigan Canal Documents and Correspondence, 1832-1855, is a collection of original documents, contracts, reports, maps, letters, and other material relating to the construction and operation of the Illinois and Michigan Canal (I&M...
    • Illinois and Regional History
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • IDOT Chicago Traffic Photographs (University of Illinois at Chicago)

    • The images in the IDOT Chicago Traffic Photograph Collection document transportation in Chicago from the 1920s to the 1950s, and depict intersections, subways and underpasses, signs, bridges and viaducts, snow removal, pedestrians, and other...
    • Art and Architecture; Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Images--Technical drawings
    • Joliet Historical Photographs (Lewis University)

    • The Joliet Historical Photographs collection contains photos and a few other illustrative items that relate to the history of the municipality of Joliet, Illinois. The city traces its settlement back to 1833, when Charles Reed erected a home on the...
    • Illinois and Regional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • Letters, Fragments, and Signatures (Augustana College)

    • The collection of letters, fragments, and signatures, 1624-1970 and undated, contains letters, manuscript fragments, autographs, bibliographic data, and other items related to noteworthy authors and politicians or associated with local and regional...
    • Literature; Military and War; Non-U.S. History; U.S. History
    • Text; Text--General; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Lockport, Illinois Historic Photographs (Lewis University)

    • Lockport, Illinois, Historic Photographs, is a collection that contains photographs and a few other illustrative items that relate to the history of the municipality of Lockport, Illinois, from the 1870s through to the 1940s. The city is located...
    • Illinois and Regional History
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    • Muralism in Revolutionary Nicaragua-The Henry Houser Collection (Knox College)

    • The majority of the items in this collection are photographs of murals taken in various cities in Nicaragua from 1985-1993. The murals, painted on both interior and exterior surfaces, interpret Nicaraguan history and specific revolutionary figures...
    • Art and Architecture; Ethnology and Anthropology; Government, Law, Politics; Non-U.S. History; Illinois and Regional History; Military and War
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    •  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
    • Newberry Digital Collections (Newberry Library)

    • A selection of digitized items from the Newberry's extensive noncirculating collection of rare books, maps, music, manuscripts, and other printed material spanning six centuries.
    • Government, Law, Politics; Religion; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text
    • Sharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)

    • This online collection contains digitized photographs, brochures, press releases, newsletters, posters, and other materials related to the history of the University of St. Francis, the City of Joliet, and Will County.
    • Illinois and Regional History; University and Institutional History
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--General; Text--University publications
    • Sheet Music Collection (University of Illinois at Chicago)

    • The Sheet Music Collection comprises about 10,000 pieces of music, ranging from popular music of the late-19th and early-20th centuries to classical music scores. The selections presented include patriotic hymns and marches, Broadway hits, Tin Pan...
    • Performing Arts
    • Sheet music
    • Society of Typographic Arts (University of Illinois at Chicago)

    • Originally established in 1927, the Society of Typographic Arts currently focuses on local and regional issues as well as on any global issues that might affect Chicagoland designers. The collection includes a selection of exhibition catalogs and...
    • Art and Architecture; Illinois and Regional History
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--Periodicals
    • The Grace Ward 19th Century Photograph Collection (Knox College)

    • Grace Rankin Ward (1844-1922) served overseas as a missionary and teacher to women and children. She taught school and worked in zenanas in India from 1870 to 1898 and returned with a collection of a few hundred albumen photographs. These...
    • Art and Architecture; Ethnology and Anthropology; Non-U.S. History; Travel and Leisure
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs
    • William R. Townsend Civil War Diary (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)

    • The images in this collection comprise the complete Civil War diary of Union soldier William R. Townsend. The diary covers the period from April 11, 1863, to February 2, 1864 and contains descriptions of camp life, battles, furlough and leisure...
    • Biography; Government, Law, Politics; U.S. History; Military and War
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries

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