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Title page, ill. Geschichte der Ritterlichen Ordens St. Johannis vom Spitul zu Jerusalem. 1048-1799

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Chicago & Great Western Railway

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Chicago & Great Northern Railway

Chicago & Great Northern Railway

Chicago & Great Western Railway

Chicago & Great Northern Railway

Chicago & Great Northern Railway

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Chicago & Great Northern Railway

Map of part of the United States of North America : with the territory of the Illinois on the Ohio, particularly designed to illustrate Birkbeck's journey

Birckbeck, M. English Prairie, Illinois. To John Vaughan

Birckbeck, M. English Prairie, Illinois. To John Vaughan

Birckbeck, M. English Prairie, Illinois. To John Vaughan

Birckbeck, M. English Prairie, Illinois. To John Vaughan

Western states

Elijah P. Lovejoy was killed at Alton, Illinois, Nov. 7. 1837.

View of St. Louis taken from Illinois.

[Sac and Fox Indian country, State of Missouri, State of Illinois; bottom right.]

East view of Davenport. Iowa T. Fort Armstrong on Rock-Island, Ill: town of Rock-Island. Ill: Moline.

View of Galena, Illinois.

Bill in chancery to Sangamon Co. Circuit Court, Illinois, Lincoln and Herndon as attorneys for Upton Crowl against John Grigg, David B. Ayers, Robert North, and William Parks. Affidavit sworn by Lincoln before J. Calhoun, clerk, and L. B. Adams

Bill in chancery to Sangamon Co. Circuit Court, Illinois, Lincoln and Herndon as attorneys for Upton Crowl against John Grigg, David B. Ayers, Robert North, and William Parks. Affidavit sworn by Lincoln before J. Calhoun, clerk, and L. B. Adams

Bill in chancery to Sangamon Co. Circuit Court, Illinois, Lincoln and Herndon as attorneys for Upton Crowl against John Grigg, David B. Ayers, Robert North, and William Parks. Affidavit sworn by Lincoln before J. Calhoun, clerk, and L. B. Adams

Bill in chancery to Sangamon Co. Circuit Court, Illinois, Lincoln and Herndon as attorneys for Upton Crowl against John Grigg, David B. Ayers, Robert North, and William Parks. Affidavit sworn by Lincoln before J. Calhoun, clerk, and L. B. Adams

View of Chicago as seen at the top of St. Mary's College.

DINNER MENU [held by] LAKE HOUSE [at] "CHICAGO, IL." (HOTEL)

DINNER MENU [held by] LAKE HOUSE [at] "CHICAGO, IL." (HOTEL)

Cairo, mouth of the Ohio.

Alton, Illinois.

Galena, on Fever River in Illinois.

Nauvoe, Illinois.

Quicy, Illinois.

U.S.M. steamship Illinois. Coaling at Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. enroute for Aspinwall, N.G.

Old Fort Dearborn, erected at the mouth of Chicago River for defence against the Indians.

View of Galena Ill.

South eastern view Galena, Illinois, from the draw bridge.

Chicago in 1820.

Ottawa: 6 "young lady Sunday school teachers" on bank of river, one with parasol.

Michigan Avenue, from Jackson Street.

[Jacksonville: a furniture store.]

Randolph Street Bridge, eastward, Chicago, Ill.

Customs House and Post Office.

Clark Street north from Washington [Street].

[Jacksonville: a covered bridge.]

Herd of sheep in the Great Runways, Union Stock Yards [stockyards], Chicago.

Empty Rose house.

Chicago: Speisesaal im Victoria Hötel.

[People in the park.]

Fullerton's block, corner Dearborn and Washington Streets.

La Salle Street, north from Pacific Hotel.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

Century Plant, 25 years old, Washington Park, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

Lincoln Park, Chicago.

View in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Ill.

People participating in Baptismal scene, Zion City, July 17, 1901.

Baptist Church, Chicago.

Stock Yards [stockyards].

Palmer House.

View in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Ill.

Palmer House.

View from dome of city hall, looking S.E.

Ferris Wheel, side view.

Depot of the Chicago and N.W.R.R. [North Western Railroad depot]

Terrace Row, Michigan Avenue.

State Street, north from Madison.

[Bloomington: the Normal School building.]

In the streets of Chicago.

[Chicago buildings.]

Washington Street, Chicago.

Ferris Wheel, side view.

Jefferson Park, Chicago.

Viaduct, foot of Randolph Stret.

Chicago River, elevators, etc. [including steamboats, tugboats, sailing vessels].

[Field & Leiter (later Marshall Field) building.]

Court House.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. Infantry group and statue of Lincoln.

Washington Street, west from State [Street].

Perry H. Smith's residence.

Buckingham's elevator "A".

[Crowd gathered for unknown event on the street in Morris.]

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. Naval group of statuary.

View from dome of city hall, looking S.E.

Chicago River from Kinzie Street bridge.

Second Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Dr. Patterson)

Mail packing section of the shipping department. Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago, Ill.

[Residence of C.P. Chapman in Pittsfield.]

[An orchard in the valley of the Illinois, near Peru.]

Grace Episcopal Church, Wabash Avenue.

Sherman House.

Terrace Row.

Fountain, P. Schuttler's grounds.

Interior section of the Chicago Lake tunnel.

[The India building, World's Fair, Chicago, Ill.]

Chamber [of] Commerce.

Century Plant, 25 years old, Washington Park, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

4th street in Quincy.

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