Illinois Executive Mansion, 1860 (lithograph)

Executive Mansion, about 1860

Executive Mansion, about 1860

The Illinois Executive Mansion is one of the three oldest continuously occupied governor’s mansions in the U.S. Since the lithograph above was done, the mansion has lost the cupola, the columns on the entrance portico and the balconies. (Reprinted in The Architectural Resouces of the Aristocracy Hill Neighborhood, Springfield, Illinois, by Fever River Research)

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