Monday, March 20, 2023 / Categories: Illinois Heritage, General News Illinois Heritage, March–April 2023 Volume 26, Number 2 From the Editor This issue of Illinois Heritage is full of fascinating stories about Illinoisans who have made a difference in Illinois and Midwestern history, starting with Robert Preston Taylor, a lawyer and scientist who worked at the Illinois State Museum for decades designing exhibits and dioramas. William Edgar Brotherton was a WWI aviator who flew with famed pilot Eddie Rickenbacker before being shot down in France. And in this issue we unveil a new ISHS public history initiative, “The Land and the People Hold Memories,” an opportunity for post WWII citizens to write about their experiences between 1946-1975 and be published in a forthcoming volume of Illinois non-fiction narratives. We also begin a new series called “Eating Illinois,” which focuses on dining experiences in exceptional locales. Thanks to all who have renewed their 2023 ISHS memberships and given us the momentum to move into our 124th year, to continue publishing the Journal and Illinois Heritage, and to celebrate our Prairie State history and culture. Thanks for all you do to share our common heritage. William Furry Executive Director Table of ContentsDepartments To our readers President’s message Letters ISHS News The honor roll Features Land and the People Hold Memories project Illinois Women Artists series, Atlan Ceramic Club (Sample Article) Historical Headlines: Early reviews of Jane Addams’ Hull House Robert Preston Taylor: Lawyer and Illinois State Museum professional War Bride: Sergeant Ronald Lockwood and his World War II treasure, Doris (Sample Article) Eating Illinois: DJ’s on Chestnut William Edgar Brotherton, World War I aviator and pilot Forgotten Voices of Illinois History: Jerry Klein The Lincoln Collector: Glamor vs. grammar The Teachable Moment: Black organizing in pre-Civil War Illinois Lincoln on abolition in England and the United States Wethersfield students connect the past to the present and future On the cover Robert Preston Taylor trained as a lawyer but found his true calling at the Illinois State Museum as an exhibit designer and later as a lecturer about African American history. --Photo courtesy Illinois State MuseumIssue Price$10.00 Print Tags: Women Artists Series Women Artists World War I Jane Addams Authors Abraham Lincoln African Americans Women Arts Artists Illinois Heritage Illinois State Museum Teachers Students Hull House Related articles Illinois Heritage, September–October 2023 Illinois Heritage, May–June 2023 Illinois Heritage, January–February 2023 Illinois Heritage, November–December 2022 Illinois Heritage, September–October 2022 Previous Issue Illinois Heritage, January–February 2023 Next Issue Illinois Heritage, May–June 2023 Please login or register to post comments.