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  1. Biennial report, 1912/14
    Eleventh biennial reprt of the State Training School for Girls, Geneva, Illinois. [October 1, 1914]

  2. Biennial report, 1914/16
    Twelfth biennial report of the State Training School for Girls at Geneva, Illinois. [October 1, 1916]

  3. Bingo in Illinois: a report to the Illinois General Assembly

  4. Biographical sketch of Hon. John Peter Altgeld, twentieth governor of Illinois

  5. Biographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color. : To which is added, a selection of pieces in poetry

  6. Book Repair Manual

  7. Brief biographies of the figurines on display in the Illinois State Historical Library
    Contains biographies of 129 women who helped shape Illinois history.

  8. Brief history of the charitable institutions of the state of Illinois.
    Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb, at Jacksonville, 1838-1893.--Institution for the education of the blind, at Jacksonville. 1849-1893.--Southern hospital for the insane, at Anna. 1869-1893.--Central hospital for the insane, at Jacksonville. 1847-1893.--Eastern hospital for the insane, at Kankakee. 1877-1983.--Northern hospital for the insane, at Elgin. 1869-1893.--Charitable eye and ear infirmary, at Chicago. 1858-1893.--Soldiers' and sailors' home, at Quincy. 1885-1893.--Soldiers' orphans' home, at Normal. 1865-1893.--Asylum for feeble minded children, at Lincoln, 1865-1893.

  9. Broadcasting Radio Stations of the United States, 1931

  10. Bugle echoes; the story of the Illinois 47th

  11. Cairo Guide

  12. Campaign book: for the restoration of representative government in Illinois
    Political handbook provided by citizens conference held in Peoria, Illinois, on June 27-28, 1910, on legislative corruption, civil service and political reform.

  13. Campus Gazette - August, 1932
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  14. Campus Gazette - December, 1932
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  15. Campus Gazette - November, 1932
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  16. Campus Gazette - October, 1932
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  17. Campus Gazette - September, 1932
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  18. Campus Gazette- April, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  19. Campus Gazette- August and September, 1935
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  20. Campus Gazette- December, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  21. Campus Gazette- December,1935
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  22. Campus Gazette- February, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  23. Campus Gazette- January and February, 1934
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  24. Campus Gazette- January, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  25. Campus Gazette- July-August, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  26. Campus Gazette- June, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  27. Campus Gazette- March and April, 1934
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  28. Campus Gazette- March, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  29. Campus Gazette- May, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  30. Campus Gazette- November, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  31. Campus Gazette- October, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  32. Campus Gazette- September, 1933
    This a monthly publication by the State Training School for Girls located in Geneva, Illinois. The school is described as being, "...for the confinement, education and reformation of girls between the ages of 10 and 16 years who have been convicted of offenses punishable at law."

  33. Centennial Bulletin: Number 1
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  34. Centennial Bulletin: Number 2
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  35. Centennial Bulletin: Number 3
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  36. Centennial Bulletin: Number 4
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  37. Centennial Bulletin: Number 5
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  38. Centennial Bulletin: Number 6
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  39. Centennial Bulletin: Number 7
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  40. Centennial Bulletin: Number 8
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  41. Centennial Bulletin: Number 9
    Periodical issued doing the Centennial of Illinois

  42. Cermonies held at the unveiling of the bronze memorial group of the Chicago massacre of 1812

  43. Challenge of the Sesquicentennial : Organization and Planning
    Booklet regarding the Illinois Sesquicentennial done by the Commission

  44. Changes in farm power and equipment: tractors, trucks and automobiles
    This report traces the development and rate of adoption of three important types of farm automotive equipment and analyzes some of their measurable effects on the organization of agriculture and farm labor requirements.

  45. Chemical leak at the Bulk Terminals tank farm: a report to the Illinois General Assembly

  46. Chicago As It Was and Is

  47. Child molestation--the criminal justice system: a report to the Illinois General Assembly

  48. Chronology of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, May 12, 1933 to December 31, 1935
    This chronology records important relationships between the Federal Emergency Relief Administration and the States, as shown by the formal written communications from the FERA to Governors and to State Emergency Relief Administrations, during the time in which the FERA acted as the agent of the federal government in assisting the states to meet relief needs arising from unemployment. The chronology is based chiefly on the formal written rules, serial communications, telegrams, letters, and memoranda that were sent for state guidance.

  49. City of Springfield, Ill.
    Color map of the city of Springfield, Illinois, 1871. Includes "business references of Springfield, Illinois" in lower margin. Shows wards and ward boundaries.

  50. Comission

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