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Armstrong, Pleasant

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: 02-08-001-Small Collection 41
Scope and Contents Bounty land grant of 120 acres inscribed to Pleasant Armstrong private in Captain Lincoln's Company, endorsed by Delila Armstrong, widow, Petersburg, Illinois, February 4, 1860. Appraisal of white and brown steer, taken up by Robert Armstrong. Signed by PleasantArmstrong and Obadiah Short.

Army of Great Britain, 18th Royal Irish Regiment

 Collection — Box: 39
Identifier: 02-08-001-Small Collection 755

Arnold, Isaac N.

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: 02-08-001-Small Collection 42
Scope and Contents Letter: Sending copy of the Globe containing yesterday's speech, remarks it has been called too radical, but it is the truth as he understands it.

Arrington Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-BC24
Abstract Descendants of Arthur Arrington and Mary West Arrington, who emigrated from England to Virginia in 1670, are traced through the research done by J. Neil Arrington. The Arrington’s spread out across the country and have had family members in all vocations and professions including farming, medicine, psychology, and politics. Louis Arrington, born in 1837 in Virginia, helped found the glass blowers union and was appointed Illinois State Factory Inspector in 1897 by Governor Tanner. J. Neil,...

Art Association of Jacksonville, Illinois records

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Identifier: MS-BC25
Abstract Organization founded in Jacksonville, Illinois, December 17, 1873 for the study and appreciation of fine arts by the formation of a public collection of art works. The association was organized largely through the efforts of Mrs. Ella O. Brown, art teacher at the Woman’s College (MacMurray College). The association was incorporated in March 1875. The association acquired the Strawn mansion, a gift of the Phoebe Gates Strawn estate, as its permanent home (1915), where they hold art...

Arthur C. Zimmerman papers

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Identifier: MS-BC718
Abstract Social worker in the McLean County office of the Illinois Emergency Relief Commission (1933-1938) and at the state level for the Illinois Public Aid Commission (1939-1942 and 1945-1974). Held several regional and state positions and after taking military leave returned to work for the Illinois Public Aid Commission and directed the first statewide administrative and case review. Later served as the chief to the Bureau of Resources and Child Support. He retired in 1974. He was born in 1909 to...

Arthur, Chester A.

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: 02-08-001-Small Collection 43
Scope and Contents Letter : New York, to Capt[ai]n John J. Rider, Albany, N.Y., 1862 Nov. 26. Transportation has been arranged for the 10th New York National Guard.

Arthur D. Fowler Papers

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Identifier: BC225
Overview Hardin, Illinois farmer, apple grower and preacher. Fowler was an energetic supporter of prohibition. He also worked sporadically as a salesman of domestic goods and sewing machines. During the later part of his life he hitchhiked extensively throughout the country. Married to Flora Dell Hadley with whom he had 12 children.Correspondence, diaries, business record books, news clippings and pamphlets. Topics include the temperance movement, apple farming and the Fowler and Hadley...

Arthur Detmers Dubin and Collection of Pullman Material

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Identifier: BC175
Overview Chicago architect, avid historian of the railroad passenger trains, and author of books on the history of railroad passenger trains and specifically Pullman cars. He was born in Chicago, the son of Henry and Anne Green Dubin. He received his B. Architecture from the University of Michigan in 1949 and began a partnership in Dubin and Dubin, an architecture and engineering firm in 1950. He stayed with the firm, through several partnership changes, until 1993. He was a member of the Illinois...

Arthur E. Prince Patients Records

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Identifier: MS-BC528
Abstract Springfield, Illinois, physician specializing in eye, ear, nose, and throat treatment. National reputation for research work relating to eye ailments: perfected several instruments for eye treatment, developed new methods for combating eye troubles, devoted particular attention to removal of cataracts. Son of Dr. David and Lucy Manning Chandler Prince. Associated with David Prince Sanitarium in Jacksonville, Illinois, from 1877 to 1890. Relocated sanitarium to corner of Seventh Street and...

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Akerly, Adeline M., 1834-1916 1
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Akins, Joseph F. 1
Alabama Fruit and Winery Association 1
Alderfer, Lyn 1
Alexander, Ashley 1
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Allard, Gerry (Allard, Germinal) 1
Allard, Gerry, 1908-1965 1
Allen, George Washington, 1801-1865 1
Allen, Millicent Blanchard, 1838-1922 1
Allen, William A., 1830-1891 1
Allen, William J., 1828-1901 1
Allen, Willis, 1806-1859 1
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Altgeld, Emma Ford, 1847-1915 1
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American Baptist Churches of the Great Rivers Region 1
American Federation of Labor 1
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Anderson, Moses K., 1803-1882 1
Andrus, Leonard, 1803-1867 1
Angel, Benjamin F., 1815-1894 1
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Anna Risse 1
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Anthony, Susan B., 1820-1906 1
Apple Creek Prairie 1
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Babb, Priscilla M., 1903-1969 1
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Birkbeck, Morris, 1764-1825 1
Birmingham Powder Company 1
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