Small piece of paper in the ALPLM collection tells a big story about Abraham Lincoln's struggles.
The ALPLM staff works hard to make sure our collection is not only comprehensive but also useful. A big collection doesn't do much good if you can't find anything in it.
At her teacher's suggestion, high school senior began volunteering at Lincoln Presidential Library. She came for the history but stays for the people.
The past and current generations of our families lived rich lives full of history, and it is worth our efforts to uncover, collect, and preserve these untold stories.
Chicago Union Stock Yards opened December 25, 1865. By the turn of the century they provided 25,000 jobs in the meatpacking industry and helped make Chicago the center of the Midwestern economy.
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