Since leaving the Illinois Teachers' Retirement System, Connie Miller has volunteered at many places, including the Lincoln Presidential Library.
The presidential library's education director reflects on the way food can cement family traditions.
Jerry and Marilyn Davis go beyond what is expected of volunteers, collectively volunteering more than 2700 hours over the previous decade and a half.
An unexpected name sends a researcher in search of answers.
Volunteer uses his love of both Lincoln and teaching to contribute at the ALPLM
When Abraham Lincoln served in Congress, he encountered bills with titles both long and short.
A young Abraham Lincoln, still new to town, decides to run for office on a platform of investing in infrastructure.
As a volunteer, Francie Staggs has donated nearly 4,600 hours to the Lincoln Presidential Library
A young machine-gunner from Illinois faces frigid temperatures and overwhelming odds during a key battle in the Korean War.
Two documents in the ALPLM collection show Lincoln counting votes from elections at very different points in his career, a reminder that he was not just a statesman but also a shrewd politician.