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'A League of Their Own', 1992, Geena Davis.
"A League of Their Own", 1992, Geena Davis.
"A League of Their Own", 1992, Geena Davis. 
 
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'He's Wearing' Bonus Smile - LaVerne Richard
"He's Wearing" Bonus Smile - LaVerne Richard
The Times (Streator, Illinois) 30 Jun 1947, Monday, Page 7 
 
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'I Dream of Jeannie' staring Barbara Eden.
"I Dream of Jeannie" staring Barbara Eden.
"I Dream of Jeannie" staring Barbara Eden. 
 
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'Now we're married let's go to keeping house'
"Now we're married let's go to keeping house"
Cartoon showing Benjamin Harrison walking with bride, Mary Scott (Lord) Dimmock, in front of White House. By George Yost Coffin. 
 
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'Scarface' Al Capone.
"Scarface" Al Capone.
"They've hung everything on me except the Chicago fire." - Al Capone.

Al was a gangster that came to prominence during Prohibition. To many he was seen as a hero. That image was tarnished by the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and it triggered his downfall.

Al is buried in Chicago and to many world wide still symbolizes Chicago. 
 
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1025 College Avenue
1025 College Avenue
1025 College Avenue - the former childhood home of Worrall Dow. 
 
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15th Amendment.
15th Amendment.
Photographs of Representatives who voted "Aye" on the resolution submitting to the legislatures of the several states a proposition to amend the Constitution of the United States as to prohibit slavery.

As Speaker of the House Colfax is in the center. 
 
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1896 Flight Test.
1896 Flight Test.
William lived in Chicago. He was a contractor by trade so, he had the skills and shop space needed to build Chanute's gliders. it was an ideal location because a short trip to the southern end of lake Michigan provided the sand dunes, weather and isolation needed for testing. The first testing was done in September of 1896 on the lake shore in Indiana. Avery had the longest verified flight. 
 
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1904 Flight.
1904 Flight.
The performance at the fair was nothing short of outstanding. It seemed to prize was destine to be Avery's. Unfortunately before it was wrapped up the tow rope broke before it should have been released. This resulted in a hard landing in which Avery sprained his ankle bad enough to end his participation in the competition. In a few short years the success of the Wright brothers accelerated aviation development to the point it was no longer being done by amateurs out of their home shops.

There are many places where reproductions of this glider can be seen. The original glider was disassembled and shipped to France where it still is at the Musee de L'Air et de L'Espace at Paris, France.  
 
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1918 Ford Model T Runabout.
1918 Ford Model T Runabout.
In 1918 the Highland Park Ford Motor Company Plant specialized in "affordable" cars. The cars it made are like this 1918 Model T Runabout that now resides in the New England Air Museum. 
 
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1922 Plane Crash Wheelock 1.
1922 Plane Crash Wheelock 1.
Chicago Tribune, Monday, 12 June 1922. Page 36 (last page). 
 
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1922 Plane Crash Wheelock 2.
1922 Plane Crash Wheelock 2.
Chicago Tribune, Monday, 12 June 1922. Page 36 (last page). 
 
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1942 Chrysler Time Magazine.
1942 Chrysler Time Magazine.
1942 Chrysler Time Magazine. 
 
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1950s Lisle, IL, Morton Arboretum Map.
1950s Lisle, IL, Morton Arboretum Map.
1950s Lisle, IL, Morton Arboretum Map. 
 
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1987 Astronauts.
1987 Astronauts.
The 35-member 1978 class of astronaut candidates. 
 
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1989 Inauguration.
1989 Inauguration.
George Bush, 1989 Inauguration. 
 
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1999 CT Proof.
1999 CT Proof.
1999 CT Proof. 
 
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1999 DE Proof.
1999 DE Proof.
1999 DE Proof. 
 
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1999 GA Proof.
1999 GA Proof.
1999 GA Proof. 
 
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1999 NJ Proof.
1999 NJ Proof.
1999 NJ Proof. 
 
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1999 PA Proof.
1999 PA Proof.
1999 PA Proof. 
 
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1st Schoolhouse.
1st Schoolhouse.
Drawing of the first free public Schoolhouse made from historical specifications. 
 
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20$ Bank of Washtenaw.
20$ Bank of Washtenaw.
20$ Bank of Washtenaw. 
 
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2000 MD Proof.
2000 MD Proof.
2000 MD Proof. 
 
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2000 NH Proof.
2000 NH Proof.
2000 NH Proof. 
 
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2000 SC Proof.
2000 SC Proof.
2000 SC Proof. 
 
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2000 VA Proof.
2000 VA Proof.
2000 VA Proof. 
 
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2000_MA_Proof.
2000_MA_Proof.
2000_MA_Proof. 
 
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2001 KY Proof.
2001 KY Proof.
2001 KY Proof. 
 
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2001 NC Proof.
2001 NC Proof.
2001 NC Proof. 
 
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2001 NY Proof.
2001 NY Proof.
2001 NY Proof. 
 
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2001 RI Proof.
2001 RI Proof.
2001 RI Proof. 
 
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2001 VT Proof.
2001 VT Proof.
2001 VT Proof. 
 
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2002 IN Proof.
2002 IN Proof.
2002 IN Proof. 
 
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2002 LA Proof.
2002 LA Proof.
2002 LA Proof. 
 
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2002 MS Proof.
2002 MS Proof.
2002 MS Proof. 
 
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2002 OH Proof.
2002 OH Proof.
2002 OH Proof. 
 
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2002 TN Proof.
2002 TN Proof.
2002 TN Proof. 
 
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2003 AL Proof.
2003 AL Proof.
2003 Alabama state quarter honoring Helen Keller June 27, 1880 June 1, 1968. Born in Alabama this author and political activist became the first blind person to earn a bachelor of arts degree. 
 
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2003 AR Proof.
2003 AR Proof.
2003 AR Proof. 
 
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2003 IL Proof.
2003 IL Proof.
2003 IL Proof. 
 
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2003 ME Proof.
2003 ME Proof.
2003 ME Proof. 
 
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2003 MO Proof.
2003 MO Proof.
2003 MO Proof. 
 
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2004 FL Proof.
2004 FL Proof.
2004 FL Proof. 
 
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2004 IA Proof.
2004 IA Proof.
2004 IA Proof. 
 
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2004 MI Proof
2004 MI Proof
2004 MI Proof 
 
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2004 TX Proof.
2004 TX Proof.
2004 TX Proof. 
 
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2004 WI Proof.
2004 WI Proof.
2004 WI Proof. 
 
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2005 CA Proof.
2005 CA Proof.
2005 CA Proof. 
 
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2005 KS Proof.
2005 KS Proof.
2005 KS Proof. 
 

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