Albert Livingstone Collection

Albert Livingstone was born July 16, 1892 in Scott County, Illinois the son of James and Elizabeth Livingstone. He was a veteran of World War I. He was a court reporter for 50 years. He owned Livingstone Reporting Agency in Springfield with his brothers. He was a member of the Laurel United Methodist Church, the Elks Club, American Legion, World War Barracks 185, St. Paul’s Lodge No. 500 AF & AM. He was also a member of the TNT Club, and the Ku Klux Klan, and the Abraham Lincoln Council No. 3 of the Independent Klan of America/Knights of American Protestantism.
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Bradish/Call/Smart Families Collection

The collection includes photos of Mary Bradish Call, S. Leigh Call, Mary Leigh Call Smart, Jack Scott Smart, Ethelwyn Coventry Bradish, William Hardin, and William Hardin’s parents. Also paintings and a “The Fat Man” performance on disc by Jack Scott Smart, correspondence from Mary Bradish Call to her daughter Mary Leigh Call Smart 1954-1955, a family history, and a small piece of wood from the Lincoln Home.
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Bunn Family Collection

This collection includes biographical information, photos, correspondence of Bunn family members as well as information about the houses they lived in and businesses they owned- Bunn Capitol and Marine Bank.
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Cantrall Family

The collection contains documents primarily related to William G. Cantrall, his sons, and the Cantrall Cemetery Association.
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