Illinois. Office of Secretary of State. Index Dept.Illinois State Archives10 cubic ft.Record consists of the proceedings of county courts or municipalities in the matter of the incorporation of cities and villages. Canvasses of votes and referenda results are listed in the proceedings. Other documents concern name changes; annexation of one city or village to another; city court establishment; minority representation in city council; adoption of a city manager form of government, and dissolutions of organization of a municipality. Also filed with these documents are incorporation certificates issued by the Secretary of State; correspondence concerning incorporation; and opinions of the Attorney General.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Office of Secretary of State. Index Dept.Illinois State Archives.25 cubic ft.Files contain certificates of incorporation issued for the establishment of airport authorities in Illinois; county or circuit court orders reporting election results on airport authorities creation and correspondence concerning airport authorities incorporation.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Office of the State Treasurer.Illinois State Archives1 volume.Record shows datew note ordered, received, and delivered with denominations and serial numbers indicated. Also included are serial numbers and denominations of notes destroyed by burning.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Auditor's Office.Illinois State Archives2 volumes.Register contains lists of old scrip and bonds surrendered in exchange for new stock and bonds issued for principal and interest. Certificates surrendered include Old Internal Improvement Scrip; State House Bonds; State Bank and Internal Improvement Bonds; Macalister and Stebbins Bonds. Entries for each surrendered certificate include old certificate issuance date and serial number; state official signing old certificate; principal and interest due amount; individual surrendering old certificate; New Internal Improvement Stock serial number issued for principal due; Interest Bond serial number issued for interest due; and individual for whom new certificates were issued.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.Illinois State Archives1 volume.Recognized high schools record include recognition number; date recognized; high school name and address; supervisor granting recognition name; county; recognized course of study length (i.e., 2, 3 or 4 years); certificate date; and certificate type (i.e., regular; probationary).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Dept. of Registration and Education.Illinois State Archives1 volume.Register entries include dental specialist name, address, and birthplace; certificate number and issuance date; and dental speciality remarks.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Civil Service Commission.Illinois State Archives9 cubic ft.Correspondence between commission members; state and federal agencies; and state organizations deal with subjects including Civil Service Act revision; personnel actions; examination qualifications; performance ratings; position classifications; salaries and pay plans; temporary and student employment; position openings; employee evaluations and certifications.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois. Dept. of Conservation.Illinois State Archives12 cubic ft.Files include correspondence with private conservation organizations, citizens, and other state agencies; statistical studies and research reports; departmental annual reports; newspapers articles; newsletters and press releases; feasibility studies; photographs; proposed and enacted state and federal legislation; position papers; project status reports; committee agendas and minutes; management plans; and quarterly reports to the Governor. Subjects include such topics as acid rain; convention attendance; land acquisition and development; barge fleets; hunting blinds; interstate water boundary lines; boating regulations; hiking and equestrian trails; state wildlife income tax check-off program; fish hatcheries; commercial fishing; hunting and fishing regulations; environmental protection; pollution; forestry; prairie preservation; historic sites; park law enforcement; state fair exhibits; lead shot; surface mining; snowmobile regulation; and departmental reorganization.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb.Illinois State Archives2 volumes.Cash income and expenditure record entries include receipt or payment date and amount; creditor or source of income (i.e., state appropriations; county clothing payments; farm product sale). Special fund accounts (e.g., laundry; library; sewer) cash income and expenditures are also included (1872-1880).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Jacksonville Mental Health and Developmental Center (Jacksonville, Ill.)Illinois State Archives.25 cubic ft.Psychiatric Nursing Affiliation Program nursing student curriculum guide includes program philosophy and objectives; course schedule; course outline and reading list.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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