The 20 photographs in this gallery portray aspects of the rural Illinois landscape. It is a land nearly emptied of people. Relics of the past remain, some used, more abandoned.

This exhibit was created by D. Gorton. It was first shown at the Southern Illinois University Museum in Carbondale, supported by a grant from the Illinois Humanities Council.

Archer Daniels Midland, Macon Co. Amish House, Moultrie Co. Big Muddy River, Union Co.
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