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.
Illinois history highlights for November include death of Elijah Lovejoy
Air Force veteran Tom Murgatroyd has become a key part of the ALPLM's volunteer program.
A look back at the many identities Lincoln was given by the political cartoonists of his day.
Document offers a peek into an escape from slavery