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$12  (plus tax + shipping)

A great way to show your Sycamore History Museum pride.

$5  (plus tax + shipping)

Drink your morning coffee while supporting your community.

$5  (plus tax + shipping)

Receive six custom images of the Engh Farm created by Karen Lang.

$5  (plus tax + shipping)

Receive six beautiful cards featuring a photo of the Sycamore History Museum by Denise Collie.

$10.00  (plus tax + shipping)

Enjoy the game of Marbles with this high quality set made in the USA.

 

$20.00  (plus tax + shipping)

Photographic history of Sycamore written by Phyllis Kelly and the Joiner Room staff.

$30.00  (plus tax + shipping)

This coffee table book provides a thorough examination of DeKalb County’s one-room schools.

$5.00  (plus tax + shipping)

This book is a helpful aid for taking a self-guided tour of Sycamore’s historic district.

$20  (plus tax + shipping)

A fascinating story of  Capt Page, a Revolutionary War hero with a connection to Sycamore.

$6.00  (plus tax + shipping)

Created for Sycamore’s 125th anniversary celebration, this cookbook includes recipes and drawings of historic buildings in town.

$10  (plus tax + shipping)

Enjoy the game of Tiddly Winks with this high quality set made in the USA.

 

 

 

$10  (plus tax + shipping)

Enjoy the game of Dominoes with this high quality set made in the USA.

 

 

 

$15  (plus tax + shipping)

A Road Classics wooden automobile collectible.

$10  (plus tax + shipping)

Enjoy the game of Jacks with this high quality set made in the USA.

$10  (plus tax + shipping)

A complement to the award-winning exhibit Why Sycamore Works, this book is a collection of oral histories. Written by Rob Glover.

$15 (includes tax)  (plus tax + shipping)

From the dust jacket:

Writer and historian Clint Cargile brings Sycamore’s unique railroad history to life.  He weaves the story of the Sycamore & Cortland Railroad into the history of the city itself, showing that Sycamore owes its very existence to the five miles of railroad track that served as a gateway to commerce, culture, and a century of American progress.