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  • Collection: Fred H. Turner Woodblock Collection

Detail from map done by Francois-Benjamin Dumont De Montigny in the 1720s.  First known map to show the fort (incorrectly shows four bastions that were not present at first fort).jpg
The first known map to include Fort de Chartres. It was done by Francois-Benjamin Dumont De Montigny and incorrectly show four bastions on the fort (the bastions were not included in the first iteration of the fort, but part of later versions).

VERMILIO.jpeg
1875 Vermilion County, IL Map with Conkey Town labeled in Section 20, Township 19, Range 13

Fort Aerial View_Courtesy Frank Melliere.jpg
Aerial view of Fort de Chartres in Prairie Du Rocher, Illinois.

JM White (Courtesy UIUC Archives).tif
Portrait of University of Illinois Professor and Supervising architect J.M. White, one of two architects of Altgeld Hall along with UIUC Professor Nathan Ricker.

Nathan Ricker.jpg
Portrait of University of Illinois Professor Nathan Ricker, one of two architects of Altgeld Hall along with UIUC Professor J.M. White.

Altgeld Hall Tower, University of Illinois (Urbana, Ill.), 1967.jpg
Fred and Betty Turner's 1967 wood block print of Altgeld Hall for their annual Christmas card.

ASCE Members take measuremetns at the historic bridge site (vertical file or survey maybe).jpg
American Society of Civil Engineers members take measurements of the Stone Arch Bridge in preparation for a restoration effort.
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