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Today in the History of the University of IllinoisWelcome to the new "Today in the History of the University of Illinois" feature! This is an extremely experimental project to build a database of major events in the University's history, currently totaling more than 500,000. The current database below was compiled using software programs that identified all dates in the pages on this site and in its more than 70,000 pages of digitized historical material. Since all dates were 100% automatically identified, there may be errors, and many date references may refer to routine events. This is a work in progress, please contact University Archives with comments, questions, recommendations, etc. A total of 8 events are recorded for today.
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- 1864: On December 12, 1864, Stoughton s company notified the cities that the building could not be leveraged for transference to the state until the remaining 24,000 of the buildings cost was paid in full to the company. 4 Sev... (Harvest)
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- 1820: ...tipulated that this money should be administered by the state subject to congressional approval; consequently to provide for the execution of the grant, an act was passed by congress December 12, 1820, by which these payments should be made to the state in return for which the latter should render to the secretary of the treasury an annual report setting forth the disposition of the funds. The fol... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
- 1864: ...definite offers could be made to the state it was found necessary to make satisfactory arrangement with Stoughton and Babcock. At a meeting of the seminary company on Monday evening, December 12, 1864, Mr, Stoughton gave the people to understand that before any donation could be effected the rest of the stock would have to be sold. This would amount, he said, to some thirty-five or forty thousand ... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
- 1910: ...living with her sister at 131 North Summit Avenue, Decatur, Illinois. Tribute was paid her in the July 1943 issue of Tennessee Alumnus. Class of 1910 The Rockford Morning Star of last December 12 carried a feature story about Mary C. Bigelow, head librarian of the Rockford Public Library, saying that she "is interested in giving the best possible library service to the greatest number of persons i... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 34)
- 1910: December 12 The Choral Society sang " T h e M e s s i a h " at its Christmas concert (Book - Early History of University (1916))
- 1913: December 12 Junior Promenade in Armory, strict enforcement of new danco restrictions. Tango censors soon adopted (Book - Early History of University (1916))
- 1916: December 12 Glee and Mandolin Club concert in Auditor ium (Book - Early History of University (1916))
- 1918: ... fraction of this party along with s o m T t n , K me o 1 xr t t k A KT J e r democratic jrroups w , o c r a n c rouF 7. V. I. Lebedev, in Narodnaya Gazeta, New Yoria n " v cw iork , December 12, 1918. W nment WaS arrai ne , among whom the Cadets were most prominent, formed the Union for into official relations with the Regeneration Allies. They were joined by conservative and reactionary bodies w... (War Publications - WWI Compilation 1923 - Article 22)