The mezzanine and top floor of the Depot house the Noll Law Office. Jon Noll, a Springfield attorney, is a distant descendent of William Herndon, Lincoln's last Springfield law partner. Jon Noll and his son, Daniel Noll, operate the Noll Law Office which concentrates in criminal and civil litigation.
National Park Service Pages
- Great Western Railroad Depot named to National Historic Register
- Our Opinion: Thanks to Some Who Make Springfield a Better Place
- Nolls Honored as City’s Preservationists of Year
- Effort Underway to put Lincoln Depot on National Register of Historic Places
- Lincoln's Farewell to be Reenacted on Anniversary
- Flashback Springfield: The 1948 Friendship Train
- City to organize mass reading of Lincoln's farewell address
- Let's Put Abe in the Record Books Today
- Hundreds Recite Lincoln Farewell Address at Depot
- Top Artifacts At Local Lincoln Sites
- State-Journal Register Sells Lincoln Depot
- Lincoln Depot Sale: Keeping it in the Extended Family
- Lincoln Depot Renovations Begin
- Depot Reopening Delayed by Surprises
- Noll Law Office Opens in Lincoln Depot
- Warehouse Owner Takes on Lincoln Project
- Depot gets desk of Lincoln's first law partner
The Southern Illinoisan
- Has Lincoln's train left the station?
- Local attorney buys historic depot
- Lawyers set to take over Great Western Depot
- Bringing people back downtown
- 'A neat and appropriate address'
Lincoln and the Springfield Papers Newspapers During the Civil War
- A thorough history of The Illinois Journal and The Illinois Register during the time of Lincoln and the Civil War
The Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition (LFLHC) is a consortium of Illinois communities and sites that share the legacy of Abraham Lincoln. The purpose of the coalition is to tell the stories about Lincoln unique to each site and each community. But Lincoln history alone is not enough. The Lincoln stories must be shared in a creative way. So, in order to create a real visitor experience each site in the LFLHC program must offer some level of interpretive programming. While focusing upon Lincoln, the coalition also encompasses the rich history of each participating community in order to create a broader context for Lincoln and his times.