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    • 174 Beach Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1915 in the Prairie style and attributed to the architect John S. Van Bergen.
    • 228 Green Bay Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1910 in the Prairie and Bungalow style.
    • 152 Green Bay Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1915 in the Prairie and Craftsman style.
    • L. A. Ederer House-- 205 Old Green Bay Road -- Built in 1915

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This two-story Arts & Craft-style home with Prairie features incorporates a combination of brick and stucco as exterior wall finish materials. The low-pitched, front-facing, gabled tile roof is notable with its prominent overhand, exposed roof...
    • 873 Bluff Street

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1915 in the Prairie and Craftsman style.
    • Pope House -- 610 Longwood Avenue -- Built in 1910.

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • The 2-1/2 story dark red brick home with a shallow gable roof and deep overhand is located on a wooded lot next to a ravine. Although the home is tall and stately, it has clear reference to the Prairie School in its geometric simplicity, the...
    • 100 Green Bay Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1915 in the Prairie style and attributed to the architectural firm of Tallmadge and Watson.
    • 101 Park Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1906 in the Prairie style and attributed to the architectural firm of Spencer and Powers. It is known as the Robert P. Walker House.
    • 60 Hazel Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1915 in the Prairie style and attributed to the architectural firm of Tallmadge and Watson.
    • 924 Bluff Street

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1914 in the Prairie style by the architectural firm of Tallmadge and Watson.
    • 115 Crescent Drive

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1916 in the Prairie style by the architectural firm of Tallmadge and Watson.
    • 794 Greenwood Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1910 in the Prairie style by architect George W. Maher.
    • 530 Longwood Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1915 in the Prairie style and attributed to architect George W. Maher.
    • 684 Greenleaf Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1910 in the Prairie style by architect E. E. Roberts.
    • 1023 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the Lute F. Kissam House.
    • 1027 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the William F. Ross House.
    • 1030 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the Hollis R. Root House.
    • 850 Sheridan Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1905 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the W. A. Glasner House.
    • 265 Sylvan Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the Sherman Booth House.
    • 272 Sylvan Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the Charles R. Perry House.
    • 790 Sheridan Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the E. D. Brigham House.
    • 1031 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the William F. Kier House.
    • 239 Sylvan Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • The Ravine Bluffs Bridge was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It was rebuilt in 1985.
    • Shady Beach and Upper Free Bridge, Peoria, Ill.

    • Bridges--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920; Illinois River (Ill.)--Pictorial works; Waterfronts--Illinois--Illinois River--1900-1920
    • View of the Illinois River waterfront about 1911 with bridge and boats. Later known as Waterworks Park, it is at the foot of Lorentz Street. Bridge built by the Milwaukee Bridge Co. Built in 1888, condemned in 1942-43. Torn down in 1946.
    • Peoria,  Upper  Free  Bridge

    • Bridges--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920; Illinois River (Ill.)--Pictorial works; Waterfronts--Illinois--Illinois River--1900-1920
    • View of the Illinois River and the Upper Free Bridge. The north side was located near the Peoria Waterworks Park at the foot of Lorentz Street. Bridge built by the Milwaukee Bridge Co. in 1888, condemned in 1942-43. Torn down in 1946.
    • River Front, Peoria, Ill.

    • Bridges--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920; Illinois River (Ill.)--Pictorial works; Waterfronts--Illinois--Illinois River--1900-1920
    • View of the Peoria Riverfront from the first or second bridge over the Illinois River. The clock tower is the Rock Island Depot at the base of Liberty St. This is approximately the angle of the current Cedar Street Bridge.
    • 4680  Central Christian Church, Peoria, Ill.

    • Central Christian Church (Peoria, Ill.); Churches, Protestant--Illinois; Christian churches--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920
    • This is the third location of First Christian Church, also known as Christian Chapel and Central Christian Church. It is located at 205-207 North Monroe on the corner with Fulton St. This building was built in 1894 and burned in 1913.
    • 4681  Baptist Church, Peoria, Ill

    • First Baptist Church (Peoria, Ill.); Churches, Protestant--Illinois; Baptist churches--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920
    • This view is of the First Baptist Church at 1000 Hamilton Blvd., which was built in 1892. It was at the corner of Hamilton & Glen Oak St. This building was razed in 1959 after the congregation relocated to Lake Street in 1957.
    • First Methodist Episcopal Church, Peoria, Ill.

    • First Methodist Episcopal Church (Peoria, Ill.); Churches, Protestant--Illinois; Christian churches--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920
    • Built in English Gothic style in 1916 at N Perry and Hamilton, it is still in use. The dimensions of the building are 132' by 107' .
    • Hale Memorial Church, Peoria, Ill.

    • Hale Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church (Peoria, Ill.); Churches, Protestant--Illinois; Methodist Episcopal churches--Illinois--Peoria--1900-1920
    • Hale Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church was built & dedicated in 1901. Named after Asahel Hale who is buried in Kickapoo Township.
    • West Side of State Street in Hampshire

    • Hampshire (IL) -- Photographs; Hampshire (IL) -- 1900-1920; Road and Track; Business districts, Central
    • All of these buildings were lost in the fire of 1929. The fire started behind the Meat Market and was reputed to have been electrical. The water tower that you can see in the background happened to not have a functioning pump that week. Without...

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