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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.

06_Near Death.JPG
Image of University of Illinois student William Spurrier, whom ultimately died following a visit to local gambling, drinking, and prostitution establishments in Champaign.

07_Flynn Campaign Poster.jpg
Mayor James Flynn’s 1939 re-election poster. He won the election on April 18, 1939.

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

12_KuhnAdCartoon.jpg
1865 clothing advertisement showing clothes coming express to Kuhn’s in Champaign from New York City
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