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William Kerrick Bracken (1865-1947) was a Bloomington lawyer and Lincoln historian. At his death, his collection of Lincoln books was e...
Crissey, A Elwell
Arthur “Elwell” Crissey, sometimes called “Cris,” was born February 1, 1899, in Windsor, Missouri, the son of William Ernest and Dora (...
This collection contains photocopies of correspondence from / to David and Sarah Davis from / to many people, including Abraham Lincoln...
Lincoln Statue Bicentennial Project (1975-1978)
V.L. (“Budd”) Fairfield (1926-2009). Bloomington High School American history teacher, served as a member of the 1976 Bloomington Bicen...
Sage, Harold K.
This collection includes consists of two separate subjects. Box 1: Harold K. Sage’s files of correspondence related to his Abraham Linc...
Scott, Judge John Milton
John Milton Scott was born on August 1, 1823 in Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois. In 1848 Scott was admitted to the bar, and he t...
Second Presbyterian Church Collection
The Second Presbyterian Church was founded in 1855 as The New School Presbyterian Church, and was renamed Second Presbyterian Church a ...