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Plaque on Flanagan House in Peoria, Illinois.
Plaque on Flanagan House in Peoria, Illinois.
TitlePlaque on Flanagan House in Peoria, Illinois.
Monuments & memorials
DescriptionSlide reads: "Plaque on Flanagan House." Photograph shows a plaque attached to a brick surface. The plaque reads: "The Peoria Historical Society Chartered 1904 Reorganized 1934, Historical Museum and Harry L Spooner Memorial Library of History, Dedicated June 9, 1963, The Judge John C. Flanagan Mansion, Circa 1837, Gently and steadily the Illinois River Makes its way across the fertile prairie to which Father Marquette took his dream of salvation, LaSalle took his dream of empire and Lincoln took his dream of freedom. FPF-2"
PublisherBradley University Library
Format35mm Slide
SourcePHS slide collection
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CollectionPeoria Historical Society Image Collection
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