'Aunt Aggie' Faces Foreclosure: 100-Year-Old Woman Raised 40 Foster Kids On Her Monee Farm

Let the bankers come with their foreclosure notices. Invite the building inspectors, too. At 100 years old, Agnes Albinger has lived on her 70-acre patch of farmland longer than most of those people have been alive.

She has seen two world wars come and go, survived the Depression -- in part by subsisting on minnow stew -- and raised 40 foster children. Now, she has become a rallying point in this rural community as she fights to keep her Monee farm.

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