Lincoln Country Inn
Title:
Lincoln Country Inn
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused


Holy Cross & Old Union Cemeteries - Route 66
Title:
Holy Cross & Old Union Cemeteries - Route 66
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Continental Chrome unused



Lincoln Public Library
Title:
Lincoln Public Library
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM May-8


Logan County Court House
Title:
Logan County Court House
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Real Photo PM 1905

Description:
Dedicated Nov 9th 1905



Logan County Court Hoouse
Title:
Logan County Court Hoouse
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Lincoln Motel
Title:
Lincoln Motel
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Linen PM 1956 Nov-08



Logan Court House
Title:
Logan Court House
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jun-12

Description:
Cost of $200,000


Evangelical Deaconess Hospital
Title:
Evangelical Deaconess Hospital
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Linen



The Tropics Restaurant and Lounge
Title:
The Tropics Restaurant and Lounge
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1962 Mar-9

Description:
Central Illinois' Finest Restaurant and Lounge located at Jct. U.S. 66, 10, and 121 Lincoln, Illinois. Open from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. Featuring Sunday Smorgasbord from 11 a.m. to 8.30 pm. Complete meals and short orders. Bamboo Cocktail Lounge - coffee Shop - Dining Room. Pan Fried Chicken - Sea Food - Charcoal Broiled Steaks - South Sea Bar-B-Que Ribs. Mike Roberts


Kickapoo Street Looking South Away From Broadway
Title:
Kickapoo Street Looking South Away From Broadway
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back



St. Clara's Hospital
Title:
St. Clara's Hospital
Lincoln Illinois (IL), White Border unused


Earl C. Hargrove Chapel - Classroom Building
Title:
Earl C. Hargrove Chapel - Classroom Building
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
On Lincoln Christian College-Seminary Campus - Reinforced concrete and brick building, dedicated 1973. Dr. Hargrove was College-Seminary founder and President 1944-1972. Has 1800 seat Chapel, faculty offices, classrooms, choir rehearsal room, piano and organ practice rooms.



Logan Co. Court House
Title:
Logan Co. Court House
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1915 Feb-10


Stetson Decorator Shoppe
Title:
Stetson Decorator Shoppe
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome

Description:
Visiting Stetson Factory Outlet, Located on Business 66, Lincoln, Illinois. Featured is Stetson Ovenproof China, Break Resistant Melmac, Gifts, Glassware, Souvenirs. America's fines dinnerware since 1916.



Logan County Court House
Title:
Logan County Court House
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909 Jan-21


New Court House, Court House of 1859, Court House of 1839, City Hall
Title:
New Court House, Court House of 1859, Court House of 1839, City Hall
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-27



Scene on Kickapoo Street, Looking South, from Broadway
Title:
Scene on Kickapoo Street, Looking South, from Broadway
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Oct-18


Redwood Motel
Title:
Redwood Motel
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome



Main Building, Illinois Asylum for Feeble Minded Children
Title:
Main Building, Illinois Asylum for Feeble Minded Children
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-17


4 Views of Town - City Hall, three Court Houses
Title:
4 Views of Town - City Hall, three Court Houses
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Aug-9



St. Clair and Deaconess Hospitals
Title:
St. Clair and Deaconess Hospitals
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused


Views of Lincoln
Title:
Views of Lincoln
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-1

Description:
Administration Building, AFMC; Lincoln Public Library; Logan Co. Court House; Logan County's First Court House where Abe Lincoln practiced law



Lincoln State School and Colony - Main Building
Title:
Lincoln State School and Colony - Main Building
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused


Crossroads Motel
Title:
Crossroads Motel
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Crossroads Motel On Illinois 10, 2 Blks West of Junction 16 US 66 and 121 Lincoln, Illinois It's New!! It's Quite!! Telephones - Free TV - Carpeted 2 Excellent Restaurants Nearby Bob and Bill Albert Owners



Denton Offuts Store
Title:
Denton Offuts Store
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Lincoln Motel
Title:
Lincoln Motel
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
17th Street. One Block East of Jct. 66 on Rts. 121 & 10; 15 units; fire proof; large ceramic showers; Beauty Rest mattresses; quiet, restful, comfortable motel; located 28 miles north of Springfield IL; Gladys & Fred Nussbaum, Mgrs.; Phone 1795



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1913 May-28


Holiday inn
Title:
Holiday inn
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
US Highway Route 66 North and Business Route 66. A Holiday Inn welcome awaits visitors to Lincoln



Domestic Science Bldg., G.O.O.F. Orphan's House
Title:
Domestic Science Bldg., G.O.O.F. Orphan's House
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused


First Berry-Lincoln Store. U. S. Post Office, New Salem State Park
Title:
First Berry-Lincoln Store. U. S. Post Office, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
James and Rowan Herndon, brothers, built this store building, probably in the fall of 1831, and engaged in the mercantile business. James Herndon, at that time a bachelor and boarding at the Rutledge Tavern, sold his interest to William F. Berry early in the summer of 1832, and later in the same year, Rowan sold his interest to Abraham Lincoln, taking Lincoln's note in payment. About January, 1833, Berry and Lincoln purchased the store of Reuben Radford and moved across the street to the second Berry-Lincoln store. Lincoln served as Postmaster from May 7, 1833 to May 30, 1836, when the office was discontinued. it was re-established as a Post Office, February 12, 1940 as Lincoln's New Salem, Illinois Dexter Press



Entrance - New Salem State Park
Title:
Entrance - New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Situated 20 miles northwest of Springfield Illinois, on highways 97 and 123, historic New Sale State Park presents a thrilling portrait of pioneer life more than a century ago. Abraham Lincoln, as a young man, lived, worked and studied here from 1831 to 1837, enroute to his destiny of unique greatness Dexter Press, Inc


Lincoln College
Title:
Lincoln College
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



"Hotel Lincoln, Tap Room and Cafeteria"
Title:
"Hotel Lincoln, Tap Room and Cafeteria"
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Throughout the middle west famous for fine food and comfortable lodging. Air-conditioned cafeteria, old English dining rooms, and tap room. Located in the only town in the US named by Abraham Lincoln in 1853 before he became famous. Mr. & Mrs. Percie E. Edgell, Owners


Isaac Burner's Residence, New Salem State Park
Title:
Isaac Burner's Residence, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
ISAAC BURNER CABIN Isaac Burner with his family and Isaac Gulihur are said to have come to New Salem from Kentucky in 1829 or 1830. The records show that on October 25, 1832, Isaac Burner purchased two lots from John M. Camron, and wife, Polly, for $10,00. In 1835 the Burner family left New Salem and moved to the country about six miles southwest of Knoxville. Historic New Salem State Park is located near Petersburg on Highways 97 and 123 about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, Illinois



Tread-Mill, Furnishing Power to Drive Samuel Hill's Carding Machine, New Salem State Park
Title:
Tread-Mill, Furnishing Power to Drive Samuel Hill's Carding Machine, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
The dominating industry during the summer months has, following much research, been rebuilt, using wooden cogs and gears. Power is furnished by oxen walking a tread mill. New Salem State Park is located near Petersburg on Highways 97 and 123, about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, Illinois


St. Patrick's Church
Title:
St. Patrick's Church
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



Wool Carding Machine, New Salem State Park
Title:
Wool Carding Machine, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Samuel Hill, owner of one of the stores, erected a carding mill wool house in the spring of 1835. He advertised that he would commence carding on May 1. "The machines are nearly new and in first rate order, and I do not hesitate to say, the best work will be done. Just bring your wool in good order and there will be no mistake." The mill was operated by Hardin Bale, who later purchased it from Hill. The power was furnished by two oxen treading circular inclined wheel. The double carder typical of this period was built by the Schofield Brothers in Byfield, Mass., in 1804. The idea and patterns were smuggled into America from England.


Heritage Inn
Title:
Heritage Inn
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the junction of 66-10-121 in Lincoln, Ill. Serving breakfast, short orders, sandwiches and diners in the coffee shop. Dining room facilities non and evening Fried chicken our specialty. The distinctive Lincoln Cocktail Lounge has over 100 antiques on display.



The Colonial Style Heritage Inn
Title:
The Colonial Style Heritage Inn
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the junction of 66 - 10 - 121 in Lincoln, Ill. Serving breakfast, short orders, sandwiches and dinners in the coffee shop, Dining room facilities noon and evening fried chicken our specialty. The distinctive Lincoln Cocktail Lounge has over 100 antiques on display.


St. Patrick'S Church
Title:
St. Patrick'S Church
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



First M.E.Church
Title:
First M.E.Church
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Linen


New Nursery, Lincoln State School and Colony
Title:
New Nursery, Lincoln State School and Colony
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
The Lincoln State School and Colony, a state institution for feeble minded and handicapped children, has been greatly expanded and now includes a large farm colony of fine buildings and equipment providing employment to produce large quantities of food supplies. Five hundred employees and a large medical staff are required to carry on the necessary duties of this institution.



Crossroads Motel
Title:
Crossroads Motel
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1963

Description:
It's New!! It's Quiet!! Telephones - Free T.V. - Carpeted 2 Excellent Restaurants Nearby Bob and Bill Albert Owners


New Salem State Park
Title:
New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
A colorful link with the past is added to New Salem village by the authentic Conestoga wagon drawn by two huge oxen



Miller and Kelso Residence, New Salem State Park
Title:
Miller and Kelso Residence, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Joshua Miller and Jack Kelso married sisters and built this duplex in 1832. Kelso spent much time fishing, trapping and reading. Lincoln and Kelso studied the classics of literature together.


Stetson Decorator Shoppe
Title:
Stetson Decorator Shoppe
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Visiting Stetson Decorator Shoppe Located on Business 66, Lincoln, Illinois Featured is Ovenproof China, Break Resistant Melmac, Gifts, Glassware. A Fun Place To Visit



Forsythe Hall, Lincoln College
Title:
Forsythe Hall, Lincoln College
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Men's Dormitory housing 85 students. Constructed in 1960. It is typical of housing facilities at Lincoln College, Lincoln, Illinois


Asylum For Feeble-Minded Children
Title:
Asylum For Feeble-Minded Children
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-19



Lincoln Lakes
Title:
Lincoln Lakes
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Hotel Lincoln, Tap Room and Cafeteria
Title:
Hotel Lincoln, Tap Room and Cafeteria
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Throughout the middle west famous for fine food and comfortable lodging. Air conditioning cafeteria, Old English dining rooms, and tap room. Located in the only town in the US named by Abraham Lincoln in 1853 before he became famous. Mr. & Mrs. Percie E. Edgell, Owners.



Broadway Street View
Title:
Broadway Street View
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Kickapoo Street, Looking North
Title:
Kickapoo Street, Looking North
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM Jan-12



Latham Park
Title:
Latham Park
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused


Wyatt Ave., East
Title:
Wyatt Ave., East
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



Isaac Burner Cabin
Title:
Isaac Burner Cabin
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Isaac Burner Cabin New Salem State Park Lincoln's New Salem, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Burner came to New Salem about 1829 or 1830. Mr. Burner's occupation was carpenter and handyman in the village community. A son, Daniel Green, clerked for some time in the Berry-Lincoln store. Abraham Lincoln boarded with the Burner family, sleeping and studying by candle light in a loft above the family living area Dexter Press


Main Building, Lincoln State School, and Colony
Title:
Main Building, Lincoln State School, and Colony
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



Doctor John Allen's Residence, New Salem State Park
Title:
Doctor John Allen's Residence, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
DR. JOHN ALLEN CABIN Doctor John Allen came to New Salem in 1830. In 1833 he built a three-room log residence and on march 27, 1934, married Mary E. Moore. Because of his extensive practice, he became one of New Salem's most prosperous citizens. He was a devout Presbyterian and established the village's first Sunday School and Temperance Society in his house. Historic New Salem State Park is located near Petersburg on Highways 97 and 123 about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, Illinois


Robert Johnson's Residence, New Salem State Park
Title:
Robert Johnson's Residence, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
Robert Johnson, the wheelwright and furniture maker, built a log cabin, probably during the year 1831. The Johnsons, who had three children, were a family of modest means. They were devout members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and regularly attended the Rock Creek camp meetings. Historic New Salem State Park is located near Petersburg on Highways 97 and 123 about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, Illinois



Berry-Lincoln Store, New Salem State Park
Title:
Berry-Lincoln Store, New Salem State Park
Lincoln's New Salem Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
George Warburton, in 1830, erected New Salem's only sheathed structure. Later the Chrisman Brothers and Reuben Radford also operated stores here. In January, 1833, William F. Berry and Abraham Lincoln moved here from their first store (now the U.S. Post Office). Lincoln served a portion of his postmastership in both buildings. During the early summer of 1833 Lincoln sold his interest to Berry, who later sold the enterprise to the Trent Brothers. The Trents suddenly left the country and Berry resumed the business until he died in 1835. The large room was the store proper, while the rear lean-to served as a store room and, for a time, as Lincoln's bedroom. Historic New Salem State Park is located near Petersburg on Highways 97 and 123 about 17 miles northwest of Springfield, Illinois


St. Clara's Hospital
Title:
St. Clara's Hospital
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



Christian Church
Title:
Christian Church
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused


Lincoln College
Title:
Lincoln College
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
Series 6943N Lincoln College, established in 1865, was named after Abraham Lincoln. The cornerstone for University Hall was laid on Lincoln's last living birthday. This liberal arts college offers pre-professional and terminal education and has been noted for its successful placement of all its graduates for many years.



Logan County Court House
Title:
Logan County Court House
Lincoln Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1908




Total: 63 Items