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    • 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...
    • Ederen, Germany

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; Ederen,...
    • Photograph taken by Corporal Charles Overstreet in Ederen, Germany in 1945. Corporal Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion. This unit spent the winter in this town. ...
    • English Channel

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles; English...
    • Corporal Charles Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion. This unit served as part of the Ninth Army in Germany during World War II. The unit`s first stop on the way to...
    • Soldiers of the 252nd Fa Bn

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; 102nd Ozark Infantry Division; 9th Army; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army--History--World War, 1939-1945; Overstreet, Charles;...
    • Corporal Overstreet was the photographer and radioman for the Headquarters Radio Unit of the 252nd Field Artillery Battalion. This unit landed on Omaha Beach in France on October 9, 1944. They traveled by foot through France and Belgium to cross...
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; Kalista, James F.; Nicholson, George; Overstreet, Katie; Sheboygan, Michigan
    • Jim Kalista, Katie and Charles Overstreet, and George Nicholson and his wife in Sheboygan, Wisconsin in the 1970s. Original photograph size: 4.71 in (h) x 6.69 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; May, Woodrow; Kalista, James F.; Manitowoc, Wisconsin
    • Woodrow ""Shorty"" May, Charles Overstreet, George Nicholson and Jim Kalista in Manitowoc, Wisconsin in the 1950s. Original photograph size: 3.48 in (h) x 4.53 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; May, Woodrow; Kalista, James F.; Two Rivers, Wisconsin
    • Unknown man, Woodrow ""Shorty"" May, Charles Overstreet and James F. Kalista in Two Rivers, Wisconsin sometime after the war, probably late 1940s or early 1950s. Original photograph size 3.52 in (h) x 4.56 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; Thornton, Laveryn; Holzhueter, Kenneth F.; McCoy, Bill; Two Rivers, Wisconsin
    • A picture taken at a reunion in the late 1950s in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Pictured left to right are Laveryn Thornton, Charles Overstreet, Kenneth F. Holzhueter, Bill McCoy and their wives. Original photograph size: 4.29 in (h) x 6.46 in (w).
    • 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 drugstore...
    • Weiler's Military Band

    • Advertisements; Entertainment; Military; Music; Musician; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Weiler's Military Band, Joseph F. Weiler, Director and the Empire Theatre Orchestra under the direction of Frederick J. Curth. BW Advertisement 8" x 5".

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