Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Papers Of Abraham Lincoln Project Makes His Life Accessible To The Public By Charlie Schlenker & Darnysha Mitchell • Sep 2, 2020 A long-running effort to make the life of Abraham Lincoln more accessible to the public has reached a new milestone. Lawmakers To Ask Questions About Lincoln Hat, Museum Future By AP • Nov 12, 2018 Seth Perlman / AP A state House committee plans a hearing to consider questions surrounding the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Failed Efforts To Authenticate Lincoln Stovepipe Were Kept Secret By AP • Sep 20, 2018 Seth Perlman / AP Failed efforts to authenticate Abraham Lincoln's ownership of a stovepipe hat were kept secret for years by the nonprofit group that owns the hat. Debt For Lincoln Items Might Force Sale Of Artifacts By AP • May 11, 2018 Rogerd / Flickr via Creative Commons The foundation that supports the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum says it might have to sell artifacts if it can't pay off a decade-old loan that financed items related to the 16th president. Presidential Portraits Exhibit Tells Something About The Men And Their Times By Judith Valente • Apr 17, 2018 Carleigh Gray / WGLT Having grown up in Brussels, Belgium, American artist and illustrator Chas Fagan says he was keenly interested in U.S. history, particularly its presidents. Illinois To Pick State's '200 Greatest' To Mark Bicentennial By AP • Feb 21, 2018 jeff kubina / Facebook via Creative Commons Illinois residents are invited to help choose the 200 greatest people, place and things in state history as part of Illinois' bicentennial celebration.