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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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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Collection of Robert E. Fitzgerald: Items found in the Reisch Building

These items reflect the personal and professional life of Robert E. Fitzgerald and include correspondence, contracts, and photographs.
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