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Mayor John ‘Buddy’ Kapp

Alex Karon

Augusta Kellogg

The Kelly family 

John J.H. Kelly (Medal of Honor)

William Kelly cabin

Dr. Alonzo Kenniebrew (physician)

Kerasotes Theatres

The Kickapoo 

Legh Kimball (‘People Lincoln knew’)

Richard Kinsella (baseball scout, team owner)

Elmer Kneale (Mid-Day Luncheon Club)

John Knoepfle 

Harry Knotts (wireless telegrapher)

Howard Knotts (World War I ace)

Harriet Knudson (First Citizen)

Koke Mill 

Ku Klux Klan, 1920s 

Kun Brewery

L

The Lake Club

Lake Springfield 

Robert Carr Lanphier meets Thomas Edison

Lanphier Park

Late-night Springfield, 1935

Philip Latham (1828 pioneers)

Lauterbach Cottage Hardware ax attacks (1981)

‘Lawsonomy’ in Springfield

League Park (Lawless Park)

Maydie Spaulding Lee (radical hostess)

Dr. Leeds’ gold coin trove, Buffalo 

R. Wells Leib (Lincoln College of Law)

Leland Grove

Leland Hotel 

Edward Levanius (tombstone artist)

‘The Levee’

John L. Lewis (United Mine Workers)

Samuel Lewis (first rural mail carrier)

A.J. Liebling on Lincoln’s presence in Springfield, 1950

Abraham Lincoln

Mary Lincoln 

‘Mary Todd Lincoln’ misnomer

Lincoln Center/Ann Rutledge Pancake House

Lincoln College of Law

Lincoln Colored Home

Abraham Lincoln’s Farewell Address to Springfield

Funeral of Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln-Herndon law office building, 1886 (photo)

Lincoln Home: 1918 drawing

Lincoln Home neighborhood

Lincoln Home neighborhood in 1971 (Nelson Howarth)

Lincoln Land Community College founded, 1967

Lincoln Library

Lincoln Library Carnegie building, 1904-74

Lincoln Library’s grandfather clock

Lincoln Library North Branch

Lincoln Memorial Garden

Lincoln Theater

Lincoln Tomb: ‘Battle of the Gravesite’

Lincoln Tomb custodians

Lincoln Tomb custodian’s home (‘The Castle’)

Lincoln Tomb: Destruction of the sarcophagus

Lincoln Tom: Abraham Lincoln’s pallbearers

Lincoln Tomb: Mary Lincoln letters about location

Lincoln Tomb: Fleetwood Lindley and the reburial of Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln Tomb: Larkin Mead, designer

Lincoln Tomb: National Lincoln Monument Association directors, 1865

Lincoln Tomb: John Carroll Power, first custodian

Lincoln Tomb: Reconstruction and rededication, 1931

Lincoln Tomb: Statuary and symbolism

Charles Lindbergh airmail flights

Vachel Lindsay

Lithuanian children at Palmer School, 1910s

Lithuanians in Sangamon County

Lithuanians in World War I

Lithuanian radicals in Sangamon County

Loami

Loami High School (closed high schools)

William Lochridge (Pawnee banker)

Lafore Lock (World War I hero)

Harry Loper (Springfield race riot)

Jack Lum (‘hibernation therapy’)

E. Carl Lundgren (Springfield Muni Opera)

M

Edris Mabie shooting, 1935 (mine union war)

Jeanette MacDonald concert controversy, 1939-40

Joey Mack, dance man (Springfield Lithuanians)

The Mack family and Springfield McDonald’s restaurants (Springfield Lithuanians)

‘Madame Brownie’ (bordello operator)

I.A. Madden (soil adviser)

Elizabeth Magie (Monopoly precursor)

State Sen. Hugh Magill 

Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop

Maldaner’s restaurant

George Mann (gangland murders)

The Mansion, Riverton

Manufacturers in Springfield, 1953 

Marine Bank (original)

Rabbi Barry Marks (First Citizen)

Edith Martin (teacher & heroine)

Lewis Martin, 29th U.S. Colored Troops

Maternal Health Center/Planned Parenthood

Charles Matheny (1828 pioneers)

Guy Mathis (photographer, first auto dealer)

Gov. Joel Matteson mansion

Artie Matthews (ragtime composer)

Duncan McDonald (labor leader)

‘Iron Man’ Joe McGinnity (baseball player)

John McGredy (nurseryman)

Larkin Mead (Lincoln Tomb designer)

Measles vaccinations, 1966 (photo)

Mechanics and Farmers Bank

Mechanicsburg

Mechanicsburg High School (closed high schools)

Josephine Snowden Meek

S.H. Melvin (National Lincoln Monument Association)

Memorial Medical Center

Merchants and Shippers Association

Charles Messter (radio pioneer)

Samuel Metcalf (ousted sheriff)

Mid-Day Luncheon Club

Midland Ordnance Plant

Mordecai Mobley (1828 pioneers)

Monarch Tractor Co. 

Eva Carroll Monroe (Lincoln Colored Home)

Lucretia ‘Aunt Cressy’ Moore (1828 pioneers)

Gertrude Wright Morgan (first black high school graduate)

Caryl Moy (Planned Parenthood)

The Muller blocks (Lenox Avenue)

The mule line‘ (Buffalo to Mechanicsburg)

Albert Myers Jr. (First Citizens)

Myers Brothers Department Store

Myers Brothers’ monkey

N

NAACP Webster Plaque

National Lincoln Monument Association directors, 1865

National Register of Historic Places — Sangamon County

New Berlin 

New Berlin rodeo

Seth Barnes Nicholson (astronomer)

Leslie Nimmo (Horace Mann insurance)

Noll Saloon murders

Hotel Normandie

North Baptist Church

North Side State Bank collapse, 1927

Northern Cross Railroad

Margaret Cross Norton (state archivist)

Nude swimming ban, 1921

O

Oak Ordnance Plant

Oak Ridge Abbey (mausoleum)

Oak Ridge Cemetery

Barack Obama in Springfield 

Adelaide O’Brien, aviator

John O’Connor, Sr. & Jr. 

Gov. Richard Oglesby (National Lincoln Monument Association)

The O’Joy Inn

Old Market House

Old Stone House, Rochester

Oldest home in Sangamon County 

Olympics gold-medal winners 

‘On the Building of Springfield’ (Vachel Lindsay)

Orange Judd buildings, Rochester

Oriental Cafe 

Orpheum Theatre

Open Air Colony

Richard Orr (farm writer)

Dr. Daniel Ottis (World War I surgeon)

 

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