For Black History month, GLT is reviving its occasional series McHistory in partnership with the McLean County Museum of History.
Rachel Crothers is all but unknown today as America's most successful female playwright.
The Hamlet of Danvers once hosted a sanatorium for those struggling with addiction to alcohol.
Barbara Egger was a part of a women's suffrage group that lobbied in Springfield in 1909.
In this Black History Month edition of our Sound Ideas recurring series "McHistory," you'll hear from a Spanish Amerian War Soldier from Bloomington who writes home from eastern Cuba.
An early Bloomington settler and one time friend of Abe Lincoln was also a southern sympathizer.
In this episode of GLT's recurring series McHistory Morgan writes of World War Two.
"McHistory" is a co-production of WGLT and the Museum of History using the letters, diaries, and documents of days gone by.
In this episode of GLT's recurring series "McHistory," we hear about a veto message from a Governor of Illinois more than 60 years ago.
is a story of hooligans, pranks, and University hijinks from the early
part of the last century.