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Featured Content
CURRENT EXHIBITION
Running:  April 26, 2014—March 2015

The story of Everell Dutton’s life exemplifies the pioneer spirit, dedication of the solider, and richness of the Gilded Age. Through Dutton’s letters, photographs, maps, artifacts, and newspapers, we gain insight into the challenges, work ethics, and vision of man, community and nation.

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RECENT NEWS
Posted:  September 11, 2014

Fifty years ago the Beatle mania was in full swing. Enjoy some coverage from September 1964 Sycamore True Republican, and then buy a ticket for “American English” one of the best Beatle tribute bands in the country!

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The inhabitants of Sycamore do not devote themselves exclusively to adding to their wealth and improving their minds and morals. They persist in enjoying life from day to day, and no community of its size has more organizations and clubs and is provided with more facilities for athletics and other forms of wholesome diversion.
Alfred Gordon, Community Editor
Kissinger's Mid-West Review
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