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    • page 04 vol. 12 no. 18

    • African Americans--Illinois--Evanston--Periodicals; Evanston (Ill.)--Newspapers; Newsletters--Illinois--Evanston
    • Terry Cummings, DePaul Cage Ace, is Faith Temple Guest Speaker Saturday; Pyramid Weekend Knoxville Excapade to World's Fair Set for October 82; ETHS Beneficiaries, Friends Rally to Support of Dean Perrin Roast on May 8; Transition + Passage into...
    • Amelia Earhart and Howard Knotts

    • Air pilots--United States; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937
    • Aviatrix Amelia Earhart and Howard Knotts at Municipal Airport, Springfield, Illinois. Mr Knotts, a native of Girard, Illinois, was a World War I flying ace. In 1918, flying a Sopwith Camel, he shot down six enemy aircraft in less than a month.
    • Business and Industry: P - Z

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles history; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Organized alphabetically by business name. Dates currently referenced: 1878-1991. Commentary and notes by Library staff included.
    • Ace Hardware Building Photograph, 1947

    • Business enterprises; Hardware stores; Signs and signboards; Stores, Retail;
    • Photograph of the Ace Hardware Stores building located at 5035 Oakton Street in Skokie, Illinois in 1947. Street post sign reads: Oakton St. and Harms. This photograph is part of the collection of the Skokie Historical Society.
    • Schanck Building

    • Cizek collection ;
    • The Schanck Building, located on the northeast corner of Milwaukee Avenue and Cook Street, housed the King Loan Company. King Loan dealt in auto and furniture loans and offered prompt service: "When you need money just phone, then call at office...
    • The Record Shop

    • Cizek collection; LPs; Record stores; Records; Phonographs
    • The Record Shop opened at 118 East Cook Avenue in 1956 just east of the Ace Hardware building on the north side of the street. They sold jazz, popular, classical, ethnic, western, folk and Latin American LP phonographs. Another store under the same...
    • The Record Shop

    • Cizek collection; Phonograph stores; LPs; Record stores; Records; Phonographs
    • The Record Shop opened at 118 East Cook Avenue in 1956 just east of the Ace Hardware building on the north side of the street. They sold jazz, popular, classical, ethnic, western, folk and Latin American LP phonographs. Another store under the same...
    • Ace Welding Service

    • Cizek collection
    • This business offered general repairs on residential and industrial steel structures and ornamental iron. In addition, they manufactured new truck bodies and utility and boat trailers.
    • Ace Hardware

    • Cizek collection
    • In 1896 H. B. Eger built his hardware store just to the north of Schanck's Hardware Company. Eger sold the business to Ernie Griffis in 1935. Griffis was allied with a company named Ace Hardware and put up the sign shown in this photograph. In...
    • Ace Hardware

    • Cizek collection
    • In 1896 H. B. Eger built his hardware store just to the north of Schanck's Hardware Company. Eger sold the business to Ernie Griffis in 1935. Griffis was allied with a company named Ace Hardware and put up the sign shown in this photograph. In...
    • City of Chicago v. The Workers' Compensation Commission

    • Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc. v. Rockford School District No. 205; Donovan; Donovan v. Industrial Comm'n; Ghere v. Industrial Commn.; Greaney v. Industrial Comm'n; Grometer; Homebrite Ace Hardware v. Industrial Commn.; In re Marriage of...
    • No. 1--07--2850WC Filed: 12-23-08 In The Appellate Court Of Illinois First District Workers' Compensation Commission Division City of Chicago, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. The Workers' Compensation Commission et al. (Ezra Townsend Defendants-Appellees)....
    • Amelia Earhart visits Municipal Airport

    • Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Horner, Henry, 1878-1940; Air pilots--United States
    • Left to right: Illinois Governor Henry Horner, Amelia Earhart, L. P. Bonfoey (Chairman of the Illinois Aeronautics Commission), Howard Knotts (World War I flying ace form Girard, Illinois), and 'Sissy' Knotts (daughter of Howard Knotts), at...

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