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    • 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...
    • Motor Parts & Machine Company

    • Cizek collection; Automobile parts; Auto parts
    • This business supplied motor parts and machinery to wholesalers and manufacturers. They were in business in Libertyville from the 1940s to the late 1960s.
    • Photo Lab Studio

    • Cizek collection; Photo studio
    • Located in a residence on the north side of Cook Street, this studio offered portraits, family and wedding photos, enlarging and other photographic services. It went out of business at this address when buildings in the area were razed to make room...
    • Wedding Dresses--MacGuffin

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Mabelle Milne Peck wore this beautiful lace dress at her marriage to Paul MacGuffin on August 12, 1908. The ivory dress has applied embroidery over ivory satin with leg of mutton sleeves and a Bertha collar. The skirt is gored with a short train....
    • Wedding Dresses--MacGuffin

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Mabelle Milne Peck wore this beautiful lace dress at her marriage to Paul MacGuffin on August 12, 1908. The ivory dress has applied embroidery over ivory satin with leg of mutton sleeves and a Bertha collar. The skirt is gored with a short train....
    • Wedding Dresses--MacGuffin

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Mabelle Milne Peck wore this beautiful lace dress at her marriage to Paul MacGuffin on August 12, 1908. The ivory dress has applied embroidery over ivory satin with leg of mutton sleeves and a Bertha collar. The skirt is gored with a short train....
    • Wedding Dresses--MacGuffin

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Mabelle Milne Peck wore this beautiful lace dress at her marriage to Paul MacGuffin on August 12, 1908. The ivory dress has applied embroidery over ivory satin with leg of mutton sleeves and a Bertha collar. The skirt is gored with a short train....
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Mesenbrink

    • Bridal Gowns
    • Lydia Luecke wore this satin and lace cream-colored wedding dress at her marriage to Emil Mesenbrink on August 13, 1913. The dress was handmade by Lydia's sister Elsie. The wedding took place on Lydia's parents' farm near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The...
    • Wedding Dresses--Nicholas

    • Bridal Gowns
    • This sheer dress, worn over a simple chemise, belonged to Ruth Wells. Ruth wore this dress at her marriage to Warren A. Nicholas on May 25, 1914. The wedding took place at the home of Ruth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wells, who lived on Newberry...
    • Wedding Dresses--Nicholas

    • Bridal Gowns
    • This sheer dress, worn over a simple chemise, belonged to Ruth Wells. Ruth wore this dress at her marriage to Warren A. Nicholas on May 25, 1914. The wedding took place at the home of Ruth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wells, who lived on Newberry...
    • Wedding Dresses--Nicholas

    • Bridal Gowns
    • This sheer dress, worn over a simple chemise, belonged to Ruth Wells. Ruth wore this dress at her marriage to Warren A. Nicholas on May 25, 1914. The wedding took place at the home of Ruth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wells, who lived on Newberry...
    • Wedding Dresses--Taylor

    • wedding hat
    • Laura Imogene Schanck wore this straw hat, decorated with feathers and ribbons, when she married Dr. John Lincoln Taylor on June 1, 1895. The wedding took place at the home of Laura's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schanck, who lived on Sprague...

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