Explosion and crash of the airship Hindenburg on May 6, 1937 at Lakehurst, New Jersey.
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May 06, 2017

80th Anniversary For Airship Disaster Immortalized By Chicago Reporter’s Recording

Saturday May 6 marked the 80th anniversary of an airship crash immortalized by the recorded description of a Chicago radio reporter. People gathered at the crash site in New Jersey Saturday evening to lay a wreath in memory of the 13 passengers, 22 aircrewmen and one person on the ground who were killed or later died from injuries suffered in the fiery crash of the German airship Hindenburg.


Lincoln Family in the Lincoln Presidential Museum Entry Plaza. John Wilkes Booth can be seen watching them.
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April 14, 2017

Lincoln Museum Removes Booth Statue From Entry Plaza

A life-size statue of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, shown lounging at the entrance to the White House, has been removed from the Lincoln Presidential Museum's main plaza.


The chime tower at the University of Illinois' Altgeld Hall
Jeff Bossert/Illinois Public Media
March 31, 2017

Altgeld Concerts, Tours, On Hold For Some Time

For decades, the chimes at the University of Illinois’ Altgeld Tower were open for tours and featured in daily noon hour concerts. But that’s all over for the foreseeable future until safety repairs can be made to the tower. Meanwhile, some of the volunteers who have been giving the concerts question why it’s taken administrators so long to make a decision. The Altgeld Tower bells were dedicated in 1920.


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