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    • 126 West Lake Street

    • 126 W. Lake St.; residences;
    • Oren Luce and his wife Kate lived in this residence on 126 West Lake Street in Libertyville. They moved here from a farm in Vernon Township sometime in the early 1900s. When Oren lived in Libertyville he was a harness maker and owned his own shop....
    • 130 West Maple Avenue

    • 130 W. Maple Ave.; residences;
    • Residence of Franklin P. Dymond on Division Street, later renamed Maple Avenue. The exact address is 130 West Maple Avenue. At the turn of the twentieth century, Franklin P. Dymond was president of the Lake County Bank and was an owner (with R. J....
    • 205 West Cook Avenue

    • 205 W. Cook Ave.; residences;
    • Situated at the corner of Brainerd and Cook Avenues, this house was owned by Kenneth Lovell in the 1920s and 1930s. Kenneth Lovell was the son of Libertyville druggist F. B. Lovell and worked as a sales manager at American Wire Mills in...
    • 316 South Stewart Avenue

    • 316 S. Stewart Ave.; residences;
    • Interesting stonework graces the front porch of this house located at 316 South Stewart Avenue in Libertyville. Robert P. Schnaebele was a carpenter in Libertyville and lived here in the early part of the twentieth century. According to local...
    • M. E. Parsonage

    • 423 Brainerd Ave.; residences;
    • Parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Libertyville. This parsonage was constructed in 1900 under the pastorate of Rev. Marshall E. Dix. It was located at 423 Brainerd Avenue west of Church Street. In 1957 a Christian Education building was...
    • Lovell's Drugstore

    • 426 N. Milwaukee Ave.;
    • Frank B. Lovell’s drugstore was an institution in downtown Libertyville for over 50 years. The store was located at 426 North Milwaukee Avenue; it was the only building to survive the fire of 1895. A 1903 newspaper article described the...
    • page 04 vol. 12 no. 35

    • African Americans--Illinois--Evanston--Periodicals; Evanston (Ill.)--Newspapers; Newsletters--Illinois--Evanston;
    • CCC's Happy Birthday to Virgos Also Applauds Wild Bunch Picnic That was "Top Side!"; Annie Smith Enjoying Hawaiian Vacation; And a Note from a San Bernadino Friend; Did You Register? Will You Vote?;
    • page 04 vol. 12 no. 26

    • African Americans--Illinois--Evanston--Periodicals; Evanston (Ill.)--Newspapers; Newsletters--Illinois--Evanston;
    • Black Leadership Family (from page one); We're Back On Foot: CCC Wagon Is Sick!; "Evanstonians West, East" Picnics Are On!; Transition + Passage Into Eternal Life; Final Rites for Peter Hadley Wednesday; It Was a Nice Weekend for Young Kids...
    • Village Hall, Libertyville, Ill. (early view)

    • Alpha Club Library ; buildings; Cook Street; fire stations; jails; Libertyville Village Hall; libraries; street views; Village Hall;
    • Street view of West Cook Street looking east toward Milwaukee Ave with the village hall on the left. Built in 1913, Libertyville's original village hall was located on West Cook Street. According to local historian Dean Larson, the village hall...
    • Village Hall, Libertyville, Illinois (later view)

    • Alpha Club Library ; buildings; fire stations; jails; libraries; Village Hall;
    • Built in 1913, Libertyville's original village hall was located on West Cook Street. According to local historian Dean Larson, the village hall housed the fire station, jail, meeting rooms and the Alpha Club Library (the forerunner of Cook Memorial...
    • Bronx Avenue North from Dempster Street Photograph, 1926

    • Apartments; Automobiles; Business enterprises; Hotels, taverns, etc.; Municipal services; Road construction;
    • Photograph of Bronx Avenue north from Dempster Street in Niles Center, Illinois in 1926. Shown (left to right): Bronx Building housing the Bronx Inn; Real Estate Office of M.J. Faherty (background left behind automobile); unidentified men working...
    • Milwaukee Avenue looking south from School Street

    • appliance stores; bakeries; businesses; downtown; jewelry stores; Milwaukee Ave.; movie theaters; Woolworth Company;
    • A view of the north end of Libertyville's business district on the east side of Milwaukee Avenue. Some of the businesses that can be identified are Herschberger's Appliance Store, the Quality Bake Shop, Mackey's Jewelry Store and Woolworth's. In...
    • Letter from Kinney Advertising Service to Mr. Skidmore of Swenson Brothers.

    • Architecture -- Domestic; Dwellings -- Illinois -- Skokie; Housing -- Illinois -- Skokie; Skokie (Ill.) -- History; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Case studies; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History; Homes; Residences; Advertising -- Real...
    • Letter from Kinney Advertising Service to Mr. Skidmore of Swenson Brothers asking for historical information to be included in the six page history they are putting together. A list of questions about College Hill is included. Some of the questions...
    • Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Meyer Cape Cod Residence Architectural Drawing.

    • Architecture -- Domestic; Dwellings -- Illinois -- Skokie; Housing -- Illinois -- Skokie; Skokie (Ill.) -- History; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Case studies; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History; Homes; Residences; Architecture;...
    • Architectural Drawing for Cape Cod house for Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Meyer of Edgebrook, Illinois. The pages include the front of the house and interior floor plans. The scale of the drawings is 14 inch is equal to 1 foot. The builder and contractor...

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