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The brochure shows the three African American U.S. Marshalls to promote Robert Moore's book the Presidents Men.

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This is an original brick segment from President Abraham Lincoln's only owned home in Springfield, IL. The renovations and brickwork completion was proposed and finished by contractor Harry C. Jorgensen.

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Picture of U.S. Marshall Robert Moore and Vice President Dick Cheney at the White House.

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Newspaper talking about how Robert Moore was able to move the Martin Luther King statue in front of Springfield Illinois Capitol.

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Self walking guide of museum exhibit at African American History Museum. The guide walks you through the entire exhibit.

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This is a button that represents a significant Cardinal baseball fan base in Springfield, IL. It was created specifically to bring awareness to the rival Cubs/Cards exhibit at the presidential museum.

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Newspaper article is about African American Robert Moore's career and life. The article talks about the exhibit that has been created on his life.

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A magazine article talking about the changes in the growth of minorities in the Illinois State Police force in the 1970s.

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A book written about Black leadership in the U.S. Marshall.

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A 1946 NAACP button given to a nurse at a hospital by an African American male in his 40's, who received treatment because of the riot in Chicago of 1966. The button was a token of appreciation to the nurse who was placed on "Red Alert" due to theā€¦
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