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Cattle Bank.tif
Fred and Betty Turner's 1973 woodblock print of the Cattle Bank for their annual Christmas card.

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Leon Jeske, Edward Haas (facing camera), and a carpenter from Wisconsin work on Cattle Bank cornices.

Art Club 125th anniversary invitation.jpg
Invitation to the 125th Anniversary Celebration of the Art Club of Champaign.

1970s_Cattle Bank (Post Fire).jpg
The Cattle Bank (then Heimlich Sundries) after a 1971 fire that destroyed most of the building interior.

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Image of University of Illinois student William Spurrier, whom ultimately died following a visit to local gambling, drinking, and prostitution establishments in Champaign.

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Mayor James Flynn’s 1939 re-election poster. He won the election on April 18, 1939.

Kuhn's first store, The Emporium, located at 33 Main St., Champaign

1865 clothing advertisement showing clothes coming express to Kuhn’s in Champaign from New York City
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