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Taken from the Champaign-Urbana Courier, October 31, 1977
Did you know? Though Illinois is well known for producing corn, wheat, and soybeans, the Land of Lincoln grows more pumpkins than any other state.Read more about The Great Pumpkin State
Don’t let the sepia tones fool you. Our ancestors were not all that different from ourselves.
They dressed their children in silly outfits and placed them on cute animals.
They took pictures of their food.Read more about Our Ancestors Were Just Like Us
Earlier this year, the Champaign County Historical Archives measured public use during all service hours to assess whether the current schedule met the needs of the public. The three-month survey showed a distinct demand for afternoon hours.
At the recommendation of the Archives staff, the Board of Trustees of the Library voted on August 9, 2016 to change the Archives hours of service. Read more about The Champaign County Historical Archives Hours are Changing
Interested in what the Archives staff are uncovering in the Chanute Collection? We thought you might be. Here is a sampling of pictures showing the daily life of the men and women who lived and worked at Chanute during its 76 years of operation.
- Sherrie, Archives Librarian Read more about Chanute: Daily Life on the Rantoul AFB