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Welcome to the Illinois State Historical Sociey's online store. Over the years the Society has accumulated many books and since it is neither a research center nor a lending library, we have created this Store to make these books available for purchase. Most are single title items in like new condition. In addition to books, we are also offering for sale back issues of the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society and Illinois Heritage, art work, and stationery. All proceeds from these sales will be used to support the Illinois State Historical Society.

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Illinois Heritage, Vol. 11, No. 6, November–December 2008
Illinois Heritage, Vol. 11, No. 6, November–December 2008

Illinois Heritage, Vol. 11, No. 6, November–December 2008

 

 

Table of Contents

 

 

Departments

  • To our readers
  • President’s message
  • News

 

 

Features

  • Twilight of terra cotta: The Springfield architecture of Helmle and Helmle, 1917-1929
  • The Equal Rights Amendment, 26 years later: After years of intense lobbying the ERA faces an uncertain future in Illinois
  • Centennial Award highlights
  • Baseball in words and music
  • Highlights of the ISHS annual tour in Knox and Henry counties
  • Illinois and the courts
  • Lincoln in sculpture, part 13

 

 

Reviews

  • Cartooning justice
  • Where’s Frogtown

 

 

On the cover: In the spring of 1981, Grandmothers and grandchildren came to Springfield on buses to protest the “end of rights in America,” which they believed the Equal Rights Amendment represented should it become the law of the land in Illinois. Photo courtesy Sangamon Valley Collection, Lincoln Library.

 

 

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