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Staley Museum In The News

A. E. Staley named to the inaugural class of the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association Hall of Fame

Celebrate Women's History Month at the Staley Museum in March.

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"Miss Bessie Anderson is the young woman in spotless white, who presides over the equally spotless hospital rooms at the Staley plant. Miss Anderson is rather a new member of the Staley family, but she is an all important one, and a great favorite... Miss Anderson is a graduate nurse, and her coming to the hospital here has been a great help to the plant physician, Dr. M.W. Fitzpatrick."
--July 1924 Staley Journal
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July 10th, 10:00 am
Miss Bessie Anderson is the young woman in spotless white, who presides over the equally spotless hospital rooms at the Staley plant. Miss Anderson is rather a new member of the Staley family, but she is an all important one, and a great favorite... Miss Anderson is a graduate nurse, and her coming to the hospital here has been a great help to the plant physician, Dr. M.W. Fitzpatrick.
--July 1924 Staley Journal

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imagine the load these people took off of local ERs .....today , quite a diff story

https://www.staleymuseum.com/volunteer/

Mr. Staley Was Here!
Waite’s Dry Cleaners
The owners of this local business have a special connection to the Staley Story. The owners of this family business are Grandson & Great Grandson to Staley’s first Syrup mixer.

William ( Big Bill) Herr’s mixing skill and well trained palate can be credited for the success and flavor of the Staley Syrup product line.

Mr. Staley owed Bill Herr a debt of gratitude for making his syrup the best in the business and so
It only stands to reason that he would want to check in on Bill’s family and see how they were doing.

Please join Mr. Staley and the museum in congratulating Waite’s Dry Cleaners on 47 years of business.
Mr. Staley wholeheartedly celebrates their perseverance, hard work & success.
Waite’s Dry Cleaners has two locations:
1004 S Main St & a second location in Forsyth.
Not only do they dry clean but they also offer services like alterations & WEDDING DRESS preservation!
Be sure and pay them a visit! 😊
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July 6th, 10:00 am
Mr. Staley Was Here!
Waite’s Dry Cleaners 
The owners of this local business have a special connection to the Staley Story.   The owners of this family business are Grandson & Great Grandson to Staley’s first Syrup mixer.  

William ( Big Bill) Herr’s mixing skill and well trained palate can be credited for the success and flavor of the Staley Syrup product line. 

Mr. Staley owed Bill Herr a debt of gratitude for making his syrup the best in the business and so
It only stands to reason that he would want to check in on Bill’s family and see how they were doing.  

Please join Mr. Staley and the museum in congratulating Waite’s Dry Cleaners on 47 years of business.  
Mr. Staley wholeheartedly celebrates their perseverance, hard work & success. 
Waite’s Dry Cleaners has two locations: 
1004 S Main St & a second location in Forsyth. 
Not only do they dry clean but they also offer services like alterations & WEDDING DRESS preservation! 
Be sure and pay them a visit! 😊
Support Local! ♥️Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

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Love this !!

How cool

Thanks the corn syrup it's what's killing Americans it's poison for your body. And all the artificial processed b******* food that we get

Mr. Staley Was Here!
Where will Mr. Staley be tomorrow?
Hint:
The business Mr. Staley will visit tomorrow has a special connection to Staley Mfg. history.
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July 5th, 7:00 pm
Mr. Staley Was Here! 
Where will Mr. Staley be tomorrow? 
Hint: 
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Happy Independence Day!
Have a fun and safe Fourth of July!

The museum is closed today, but normal hours will resume tomorrow: Friday, July 5.

Art from the July 1924 Staley Journal.
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July 4th, 10:00 am
Happy Independence Day!
Have a fun and safe Fourth of July!

The museum is closed today, but normal hours will resume tomorrow: Friday, July 5. 

Art from the July 1924 Staley Journal.Image attachment

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Happy Fourth of July to all of your family and friends take care

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