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    • Illinois Register

    • 2004 First Quarter Sunshine; 4-H Day; ADOPTED RULES; ALS Awareness Month; Alpha-1 Awareness Month; Better Speech And Hearing Month; Bring Your MOM to Work Day; Child Labor Awareness Month; Childhood Stroke Awareness Day; Children's Health Insurance...
    • The Illinois Register is the official state document for publishing public notice of rulemaking activity initiated by State governmental agencies. The table of contents is arranged categorically by rulemaking activity and alphabetically by agency...
    • Illinois Register

    • ADOPTED RULES; Acts of Kindness Day; Assessment for Determining Eligibility and Rehabilitation Needs; Camping on Department of Natural Resources Properties; Childhood Cancer Awareness Month; Constitution Week; DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL MANAGEMENT...
    • The Illinois Register is the official state document for publishing public notice of rulemaking activity initiated by State governmental agencies. The table of contents is arranged categorically by rulemaking activity and alphabetically by agency...
    • Illinois Register

    • ADOPTED RULES; AGENCY RESPONSE TO JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES OBJECTION TO EMERGENCY RULES; Americans With Disabilities Act Grievance Procedure; Assisted Living and Shared Housing Establishment Code; Brownfields Site Restoration...
    • The Illinois Register is the official state document for publishing public notice of rulemaking activity initiated by State governmental agencies. The table of contents is arranged categorically by rulemaking activity and alphabetically by agency...
    • Illinois Register

    • ADOPTED RULES; Bataan Day and National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day; CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD; Capital Development Board Energy Code (Repealed); Certification; ChildHood Stroke Awareness Day; Contractor Prohibited From An Award Of A...
    • The Illinois Register is the official state document for publishing public notice of rulemaking activity initiated by State governmental agencies. The table of contents is arranged categorically by rulemaking activity and alphabetically by agency...
    • Hopkins, Allie - Interview and Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; Afro-Americans-- Rural Life; Family Life; Funerals; Mechanicsburg (Ill.); Race Discrimination; Social Life and Customs; Springfield (Ill.)--Societies and Clubs; Women--Roles, Occupations, etc.; Young Women's Christian Association...
    • Hopkins, long-time resident of Springfield, discusses her experiences as an African American. She recalls her family background and childhood on a farm near Mechanicsburg, Illinois, education, prejudice and discrimination, social conditions and...
    • McDaniel, Orville - Interview and Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; American Legion; Chauffeurs; Churches; Depression, 1929; Farms and Farming; Grace African Methodist Evangelical Church, Springfield (Ill.); Methodists; Ohio; Race Discrimination; Religious Life; Works Progress Administration (WPA);...
    • McDaniel recalls life in Springfield: childhood, Depression, church experiences, Grace African Methodist Evanglical Church (later United Methodist Church); race relations, segregation, and race discrimination; American Legion activities; and work...
    • Yntema, Jean Busey - Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; Banks and Banking; Champaign County (Ill.); Champaign-Urbana (Ill.); Depression, 1929; Family Life; South Carolina; Teachers; Waukegan (Ill.); Women--Rights
    • Yntema, teacher, discusses early 20th century life in Champaign County, Illinois: upper-class family and home life, childhood, family vacations, women's suffrage, the towns of Urbana and Champaign, Depression, and banking business of the Busey...
    • Grant, Lodge - Interview and Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; Cairo (Ill.); Hamilton County (Ill.); Illinois, Southern; Illinois Superintendent of Public Instruction; Ku Klux Klan; Prohibition; Race Discrimination; Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Teachers; World War, 1939-1945
    • Grant, an educator who worked primarily in Hamilton County, Illinois, discusses his years in the teaching profession: teaching and principal positions, service as county superintendent, consolidated schools, and service as the State Superintendent...
    • Davis, Corneal A. - Interview and Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; Chicago (Ill.)--Politics and Government; Democratic Party; Equal Rights Amendment; Farms and Farming; Illinois--Politics and Government; Illinois Advisory Commission on Public Aid; Illinois Fair Employment Practices Commission;...
    • Corneal A. Davis, member of the Illinois House of Representatives 1943-79, discusses his years as a member of the Illinois General Assembly: legislative reform, legislative technique, and his work on legislation involving public aid, welfare,...
    • Howard, Robert P. - Interview and Memoir

    • American Farm Bureau Association; Chicago (Ill.); Chicago Sun; Chicago Tribune; Coal Mines and Mining--Strikes and Lockouts, "Mine Wars"; Cornell College; Depression, 1929; Hodge, Orville; Horner, Henry (Governor, Illinois, 1933-1939);...
    • Howard, political reporter and statehouse correspondent, recalls personalities and events from his career as a journalist covering Illinois government. He discusses working for the Associated Press, political issues, Depression, violence in the...
    • Aikman, Herbert (Bert) -  Interview and Memoir

    • Amusements; Automobiles; Banks and Banking; Blacksmithing; Butchering; Canning and Preserving; Chautauquas; Clothing and Dress; Depression, 1929; Farms and Farming; Handicrafts; Hunting; Illinois State Fair; Litchfield (Ill.); Macoupin County...
    • Aikman discusses his experiences in Macoupin and Montgomery Counties, Illinois; childhood and farmlife, one room school education, homemade foods and remedies, his family's log cabin in Hornsby, children's games, hunting, family recreation, and...
    • Irwin, Geneva - Interview and Memoir

    • Amusements; Bettie Stuart Institute, Springfield (Ill.); Family Life; Lincoln, Abraham (Pres., US., 1861-1865); Lindsay, Vachel; Small Business; Social Life and Customs; Springfield (Ill.)--Businesses; Springfield (Ill.)--Social Life; Springfield...
    • Irwin, daughter of businessman Eugene Hemmick and Frances Thayer Hemmick, recalls her family and social life at the turn-of-the-century in Springfield. She discusses the family store and the merchandise sold there, domestic chores and hired help,...

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