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    • Maxon Professional Building

    • Cizek collection ;
    • This building, located on East Cook Street, was built in the late 1950s by Don E. Maxon, a Libertyville attorney whose office was also located here. The building also housed offices for the Boehm & Ray Insurance Company and John S. Horner,...
    • Maxon Professional Building

    • Cizek collection ;
    • This building, located on East Cook Street, was built in the late 1950s by Don E. Maxon, a Libertyville attorney whose office was also located here. The building also housed offices for the Boehm & Ray Insurance Company and John S. Horner,...
    • The Frank G. Hough Co.

    • Payloader;
    • The Frank G. Hough Co. moved to Libertyville at the east end of Sunnyside Avenue in 1939. The plant covered 14,400 square feet and the first Model HS Payloaders were manufactured here. In 1952, Hough sold his company to International Harvester....

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