Elijah Iles House
Springfield's Oldest Home

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House Information

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ighlights
  • Oldest House in Springfield
  • Contains Original Siding, Interior Wood Work, Hardware, Flooring, and Walls
  • Abraham Lincoln Frequently Visited
  • Springfield Museum on Lower Level
  • Barringer Collection of Furniture and Accessories
  • Available for Social or Business Event Rental

Iles House Events Calendar

Saturday, October 01, 2016 4:30 PM (CDT) • Elijah Iles House
Sunday, October 23, 2016 9:00 AM (CDT) • 628 S. 7th St
Thursday, December 08, 2016 11:30 AM (CST) • Iles House


Porchside Chats Now Online


Last summer, the Iles House sponsored a series of “Porchside Chats” on a variety of subjects, presented by distinguished Springfieldians and Lincoln Historians.  Each of these was videotaped, and now four of them are available online. More will follow in the coming weeks. To view these chats, just click on the title.


Strozier vs. HartCharles Strozier and Richard Hart debate the relationship between Abraham Lincoln and his Father, Thomas.

A Life Spent With LincolnDr. Wayne Temple, an eminent Lincoln Scholar recalls his academic life spent researching and writing about our 16th President, interviewed by Dave Joens.

Lincoln's First Year in IllinoisJudge Ron Spears gives an account of Lincoln’s early life in Illinois, with emphasis on The Lincoln Homestead State Park near Decatur.

The Admiral's Sea StoriesRetired VADM Ron Thunman, who was in charge of the U.S. Navy’s Atlantic submarine fleet, tells stories of his time in the service, including the finding of the Titanic.


Keep your eye on this site for more Porchside Chats and other Iles House presentations.


 Bob Davis and Kathy Heyworth


Ron Spears






Iles House News Updates

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