BUILDING HISTORY The Agriculture Building, also known as The Old Agriculture building, was dedicated on May 21,1901. The original design by Joseph C. Llewellyn, an 1877 graduate of University of Illinois, was 94,900 square feet and cost $122,972 to…

Reproduced with permission from the University of Illinois Archives Blog (archives.library.illinois.edu/blog) The University of Illinois has produced its fair share of famous and successful individuals since its founding in 1867. None gained such…

Established in 1876, the Morrow Plots, also called the Soil Experimentation Fields, are the oldest agricultural research fields in the United States and second oldest in the world, predated only by the Rothamsted Field in England in 1843. Named for…