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    • Bachelor Club 1890s

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Socialites
    • This was back in the "gay 90s" when girls wore shirtwaists and skirts and women in general wore real clothing. This group was known as the Bachelor Club of Plainfield. Their names are, from left to right: Alyce Cole, Lillian Kerstin, Maud Weese,...
    • Businessmen vs Professionalmen 1896

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Recreation
    • In 1896 the business men challenged the professional men to a baseball game. The players were: Business men; Ray Spangler, Ed Whitley, John Overman, Almon Mottinger, G.H. Williams, J.I. Evarts, Richard Capps, M.V. Hartong and A.J. McCreery....
    • City Council Minutes 1915

    • Naperville (Ill.) -- City Council.; Naperville (Ill.) -- Administration.; Naperville (Ill.) -- Appropriations and expenditures.; Naperville (Ill.) -- Public records.; Naperville (Ill.) -- Finance.; Corporate minutes – Illinois – Naperville.;...
    • Recorded minutes of Naperville City Council for 1915. (117 p.)
    • Clark and Company Cheese Factory

    • Businesses--Illinois--Will County--Plainfield
    • This is a sketch of the old cheese factory that was built by Clark & Co. in 1877 or 78. It was operated by Edward Clark, who organized the company among the farmers. The first story and engine room were built of stone, and the second story was of...
    • DeMeritt Livery Stable 1895

    • Stables--Illinois--Plainfield
    • A picture of the livery barn on the south side of Lockport St. now Lincoln Way, in Plainfield and was taken in about 1895. It stood on the lot where Ording's Bakery now stands (1934). It was run under the management of a number of different people;...
    • Frazier Woods Camping 1904

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Recreation; Picnics; People
    • This is a camping picture in Frazier's Woods in 1904, and did we enjoy it? I say yes. From left to right they are: Joe Salisbury, Joe Salisbury's friend, Wylie Dickens, Van Stryker, Jess Wylie, Lou Bayles, Daisy Wylie. Sitting: M.V. Hartong, Harry...
    • G Y Smith School 1880

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield--Schools; Rural schools--Illinois--Plainfield; Students--Illinois--Plainfield
    • This picture was taken at the G.Y. Smith School NE of Plainfield in 1880. Mrs. Nellie Duffy, Teacher. Standing left to right: John Mottinger, Bert Fickis, Ada Wertzbaugher, Mabel Smith, Dale Mottinger, King Spangler. Second row: Frank Hicks, Earl...
    • Gathering at Almon Mottinger's Studio

    • Businesses--Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; People
    • Picture of the young people that made Almon Mottinger's studioes a meeting place. His studio was in the old Opera House in the 1890's. Those in the picture as you are looking at the image are standing: Irene Mottinger, Clark Mottinger, Lu Hartley,...
    • Lockport St Steel Bridge 1890

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Bridges
    • This is a view of the old steel bridge built in 1890 and is now replaced by the concrete bridge just west of Plainfield. The well-matched team in the bridge was owned by our townsman, Lou Mottinger. Mr. Mottinger bought and shipped stock, ran a...
    • Marbles

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Recreation
    • Those pictured left to right as you are viewing the images are; unknown, John Prescott, Charles Sprague, John Duncal, unknown, unknown, J.C. Owens, Louis Porter, David Fouser, unknown, unknown, unknown, Grant Williams, Pat Garrey, Norman Pratt,...
    • North side of Lockport Street 1885

    • Businesses--Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Architecture
    • Lockport St. Looking NE circa 1885. This section was burned in 1891. As nearly as possible the businesses,proprietors and men on the street are; George Walker Restaurant, George Walker. Rousch Shoe Shop, M. Rousch. Meat Market, Mottinger....
    • Orpheus Club

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Socialites; Clubs
    • A crowd of Plainfield girls at a picnic in Frazier's Woods. This group was known as Orpheus Society. Their names are, left to right standing: unknown, Kate Flagg, Carrie Sennitt, Ruth Niver, Rose Neuerburg, cousin of Lucy Hoffer, Lucy Hoffer,...
    • Euclid Lodge, no. 65 : A.F. & A.M., 1849-1904

    • Euclid Lodge, no. 65: A.F. & M. -- Illinois -- Naperville -- History; Freemasonry -- Illinois -- Naperville -- History; Naperville (Ill.) -- Biography; Naperville (Ill.) -- Portraits
    • Joe Naper and other prominent early settlers of Naperville were members of the Euclid Lodge that they founded. This history lists the 1904 officers and all past officers and members. The lodge was housed in several buildings that are pictured. ...
    • Naperville Telephone Directory, 1924 August

    • Naperville (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.; Telephone -- Directories.; Aurora (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.; Montgomery (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.; North Aurora (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.
    • Lists names, telephone numbers, and addresses of residences and businesses in Naperville, Illinois. Includes Aurora, Montgomery and North Aurora.
    • Naperville Telephone Directory, 1926 February

    • Naperville (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.; Telephone -- Directories.; Aurora (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.; Montgomery (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.; North Aurora (Ill.) -- Telephone directories.
    • Lists names, telephone numbers, and addresses of residences and businesses in Naperville, Illinois. Includes Aurora, Montgomery and North Aurora.
    • DuPage County (IL) Marriages 1839-1906

    • Marriage records -- Illinois -- DuPage County -- Indexes ; Genealogy ; DuPage County (Ill.) -- Genealogy -- Indexes
    • Transcribed by volunteers from the DuPage County (IL) Genealogical Society ; computerized index by the Illinois State Archives. This is a tabular list of DuPage County marriages arranged alphabetically from the DuPage County clerk's Office.
    • History of DuPage County, Illinois

    • DuPage County (Ill.) – History.; DuPage County (Ill.) – Biography.
    • The history of DuPage County is covered through the exploration period, Indian life, pioneer settlement, the Black Hawk War, the Civil War and the development of governing bodies, schools, churches and businesses. There are histories of each...
    • Souvenir of the Naperville Home Coming

    • Naperville (Ill.) – Anniversaries.; Naperville (Ill.) – Description – Views.; Naperville (Ill.) – History.; DuPage County (Ill.) – Naperville – History.
    • Civic pride in Naperville's progressive transformation and improvements inspired a homecoming invitation to past residents and the general public from May 29-June 1, 1917. Showcased are photographs and histories of local homes, churches, schools,...
    • Naperville, Lisle and Eola City Directory, 1923-24

    • City directories -- Illinois -- Naperville; City directories -- Illinois -- Eola; City directories -- Illinois -- Lisle; Cities and towns -- Illinois -- Naperville -- Directories ; Cities and towns -- Illinois -- Eola -- Directories ; Cities and...
    • Telephone directory for three towns in DuPage County, including buyers guide, ads, and residents listed by city.
    • Plainfield Rivals Baseball Club 1903

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Recreation
    • This is a group picture of a baseball team in 1903. They were known at The Rivals. They are from left to right, standing: Dr. Harry Spangler, Jesse Wylie, Chas. Evans, John Foran, Joe Salisbury, Ray Spangler, Floyd Worst, Albert Brownson, Al Worst,...
    • South side Lockport St Fire of 1898

    • Fires--Illinois--Plainfield; Post offices--Illinois--Plainfield; Banks--Illinois--Plainfield; Hardware stores--Illinois--Plainfield; Businesses--Illinois--Will County--Plainfield
    • This is another picture showing burned area after the fire of 1898, looking SE. The iron work you see standing was the front of the Post Office, John Sennitt was then Post Master. This fire started in the basement of Hays and McCreery's General...
    • South side Lockport St Fire of 1899

    • Fires--Illinois--Plainfield; Businesses--Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Barbershop--Illinois--Plainfield; Stables--Illinois--Plainfield; Saloons--Illinois--Plainfield
    • This is a picture of the south side of Lodkport St. in Plainfield, after the fire of 1899 and shows all that was left of the Sonntag Bros. Harness Shop. Also burned at this time was a tool shed, livery stable and Al Worst Barber Shop. These...
    • Universalist Church Picnic 1900

    • Churches--Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; Picnics
    • This is a picture of the Universalist Church picnic which was held at Frazier's Woods in about 1900. They are, from left to right: Harry Perkins, Clark Mottinger, Effie Mottinger, Percy Oviatt, unknown, Fannie Oviatt, Edna Mottinger, Mabel Bristol,...
    • Young Men at Mottinger's Studio 1890s

    • Illinois--Will County--Plainfield; People
    • This picture was taken in Almon Mottinger's Studio in the old Opera House, back in the gay 90's. Those in the picture are left to right as you are viewing the image; standing: Miles V. Hartong, Clinton F. Hartong, Lee Roy Spangler, Harry Perkins,...

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