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Turf Club door at 115½ N. Market St.

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Staged photo of professional gambling in Champaign

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Photo of patrolman Charles Cole, of the Champaign Police force, patrolling his beat of North Market Street aka Gambler’s Row.

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Skinny Pitchers at 67½ E. Main St., Champaign

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67½ E. Main St. door to Skinny Pitcher's

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Klemick’s Policy House at 709 N Fourth St., Champaign

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Skinny Pitchers Policy House at 600 block Poplar St., Champaign

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Gus Dixon’s Policy House on the 600 block of Poplar St.

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Portrait of Joseph Oscar Cunningham (1830-1917). Upon his death, Cunningham left his library of 300+ books of American history to the soon-to-be opened Samuel T. Busey Memorial Library.

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Photo of Urbana High School at 1002 S. Race St. The high school was designed by Joseph Royer and built in 1914.
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