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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.

Bird's Eye View 1869.png
Bird’s Eye View of the City of Champaign Looking from the Southeast

CC Courthouse 1859-1900.jpg
This was the fourth Champaign County Courthouse and was in use from 1859 until 1900 when the building was redesigned by Urbana architect Joseph Royer.

Horsecar at GRPM.jpg
Horsecar with model horse at the Grand Rapids Public Museum in Grand Rapids, MI.

St Louis Pictorial Advertiser 1858-59.jpg
This Illinois Central Railroad advertisement is similar to the one the Turner's mentioned in their history of the Silver Creek bridge from the 1856 edition of the St. Louis Pictorial Advertiser.

Inside a horsecar.jpg
The interior of the horsecar on display at the Grand Rapids Public Museum in Grand Rapids, MI.

Silver Creek Bridge Card (Interior).jpg
Inside page of Fred and Betty Turner's sixth annual wood-block print Christmas Card, which featured the Urbana Railroad Company's Silver Creek Bridge, also known as the Stone Arch Bridge.

JO  Cunningham.jpg
Portrait of local judge and historian Joseph O. Cunningham

Mid-Late 19th Century Horsecar in Grand Rapids, MI

Plat of Survey.jpg
Plat of survey of the Stone Arch Bridge by Champaign surveyor Thomas B. Jordan.
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