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    • Koopman's Photograph Gallery

    • Koopman, Henry Ralph and family; Roseland Community; Koopman, Henry Ralph and family; Roseland Community; Koopman, Henry Ralph and family; Roseland Community
    • Photo of HR Koopman II (seated) and chums in front of his studio at 111th and Michigan in 1889. Family friend John Ton secured young Henry this property in 1884 and probably helped him convert it from an art supply/framing business to a Photograph...


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    • Roseland Community
    • Early Roseland firehouse when it was a wooden structure at 114th and Wabash. Later torn down and replaced with brick building.


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    • Roseland Community
    • Constructing Palmer Park in Roseland. Pullman buildings visible in the background. Left half of the panorama shows grading of park view east from 112th and Indiana. See also J. W. Taylor photograph in prg172.
    • View of Pullman and 111th Street in Roseland

    • Factory Site; Pullman Views; Roseland Community
    • View of Pullman and 111th Street in Roseland, looking east from Michigan Avenue to Pullman. In view are Water Tower, Firehouse, Factory site, Hotel Florence, Arcade and Greenstone Church. Men walking down dirt road which is 111th Street. Photo...
    • 1942-06 Watch Word June 1942

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • The June 1942 issue of the Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company .


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    • Roseland Community
    • Unknown group of uniformed men sitting down to a meal, table set with flowers, trays of food, coffee, china and drink bottles. Mudhen is a nickname for a fireman.
    • Eleven Mile House

    • Roseland Community
    • House also known as Fraatz Tavern, built in 1838, 92rd and State Street, image date 1879. Several people on front porch with horse carriages around the house. The house was demolished in 1963.
    • Returning home (to Roseland by Rail)

    • Victorian Era - general; Roseland Community; Koopman, Henry Ralph and family
    • Stereo card. Ink stamp on back reads "H.R. Koopman Photographer, Corner 111th St. and Michigan Ave, Roseland, ILL. All Work Done By The Instantaneous Process, Children A Specialty, All Taken Quick As A Wink" Caption reads "Returning home 5 P.M. Aug...


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    • Roseland Community
    • About 1910. Men and boys in hats watch float with horse and salesmen showing off trunks and luggage. 11363-65 (Michigan Ave) address visible on awning.


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    • Roseland Community; Regional; Kensington
    • Group of children and adults with keg and musical instruments for 4th of July celebration, location unknown. Note - Scan was reversed as photo was printed backwards


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    • Roseland Community
    • View east "down the hill" at 111th and Michigan, showing start of parade as it ascends the hill at Edbrooke Avenue. Koopman later shot the parade from street level showing union men.


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    • Roseland Community; Labor History, other
    • Dated either 1892 or 1893, this Koopman photo shows a mixed group of children and adults watching the 4th of July parade coming "up the hill" at 111th and Edbrooke Ave.


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    • Roseland Community
    • Panorama photograph looking southeast from near 112th and Indiana avenue showing grading of Palmer Park before the moving of Elim Lutheran Church (seen in the background) to its present site at 11310 Forest (now Reformation Lutheran).

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