First published in 1895 as a junior class project, the Illio yearbook has served as not only a keepsake item for graduating seniors, but also a valuable document of student life at the University of Illinois. Whether you are interested in finding a photograph of your grandfather or learning more about the thousands of student clubs that have called the University home, the Illio is an invaluable resource. The entire run of the publication has been digitized and is available online through the University Library. If you prefer hard copies, the Alice Campbell Alumni Center has a complete set in its Library, which is open to the public.


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