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Built in 1905 by the inventor of the mechanical pickup hay baler, Horace M. Tallman. The structure, located in south central Illinois in Shelby County, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Free.

Location: 806 W. Main St., Shelbyville Illinois 62565 Telephone 217-774-3991

Other History nearby:
(Springfield) Executive Mansion
(Decatur) Governor Oglesby Mansion
(Decatur) Hieronymus Mueller Museum
(Shelbyville) Horace Tallman Home
(Arcola) Illinois Amish Interpretive Center
(Springfield) Illinois State Capitol

12/08 Coming to The Shelbyville area
Peoria Heights Art Fair Peoria Heights IL May11 A great weekend is planned; the show coincides with the Race for the Cure and the Illinois Art League members show at the Village Hall. A hospitality tent will be open throughout the Art Fair with coffee and donuts in the morning and water and fruit during the day .
Historic Newburgh Wine, Art and Jazz Festival Newburgh IN May17-18 There will be non stop jazz, wonderful wines, great food, and the opportunity to browse and purchase local art. All of this overlooking the beautiful Ohio River at the Old Lock & Dam Park.
Belleville Art on the Square Belleville IL May17-19
Springfield Old Capitol Art Fair Springfield IL May18-19 Whether you are a serious art collector or are just developing an appreciation, there is original art here for you, in the form of jewelry, sculpture, photography, glassware, pottery, wood, metalwork, oils, watercolors, and other media.
International Horseradish Festival Collinsville IL May31-June2 Admission is always free, parking is always free and musical entertainment is always free at the Horseradish Festival.
Art on Main Fine Arts Festival Canton IL June1-2 This inaugural fine arts festival will feature original art from the best of our Midwest artists. Come to view and to purchase excellent art pieces in a variety of categories: Painting / Drawing, Jewelry, Clay / Ceramic, Photography, Glass, Sculpture, Woven Textiles, and Wood.