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Quincy Area Historic Photo Collection

   
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  1. 100 Block of North 4th Street
    100 block of North 4th Street. Anticipation, 115 N 4th; Celia's Gifts & More, 117 N 4th; Park Bench, 119 N 4th; Cellar 21, 121 N 4th; Taylor's Fine Furniture, 123 N 4th.

  2. 100 block of North 5th Street
    North 5th Street. Edward Jones Investments, 110 N 5th; Midwest Futures, 116 N 5th; People's Choice Thrift Shop, 120 N 5th; JWCC Adult Education Learning Center, 122 N 5th; Irene's Caberet, 124 N 5th; Quincy's Historic Business District, 128 N 5th; Tranquility Med Spa, 130 N 5th. Color 10 1/2" x 7 1/2".

  3. 1002 Kentucky StreetQuincy, IL
    1002 Kentucky Street is a two story painted brick home with brick detailing on the corners and lintels under the overhang. BW Exterior 10" x 7 1/2".

  4. 1100 State Street
    1100 State Street Quincy, IL. Color Exterior 2 3/4" x 2".

  5. 1110 State Street
    1110 State Street, Quincy, IL. Color 7" x 4 3/4".

  6. 1118 State Street
    1118 State Street Quincy, IL. Color 7" x 4 3/4".

  7. 1214 Park Place Quincy, IL
    1214 Park Place. Stone home. Color Exterior 10 3/4" x 8 1/4".

  8. 1220 Park Place
    1220 Park Place Quincy, Illinois. BW Exterior 3" x 3 1/2".

  9. 1254 Park Place
    1254 Park Place Quincy, Illinois. Two story blonde brick with wrap around porch. Color Exterior 10 3/4" x 8 1/4".

  10. 12th and Broadway
    Northeast corner 12th and Broadway. 1918 City Directory lists it as J. Scholz & Son (Jacob and Ferdinand) grocery and saloon. 1923 City Directory lists Broadway State Savings Bank. Exterior photo. B/w, 10" x 8".

  11. 1401 Maine Street
    1401 Maine Street Quincy, Illinois. Color Exterior 2 3/4" x 2".

  12. 1415- 1417 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1415-1417 Maine Street, a two and a half story brick home. The residence of John Seaman. BW Exterior 7 3/4" x 6 1/4".

  13. 1415- 1417 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1415- 1417 Maine Street, renovations to the home done in 1927-1928. John Seaman Mansion. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  14. 1419 Locust Street Quincy, IL
    1419 Locust Street, built in 1866 by Charles Alexander Savage. C.A. Savage lived in the home until his death in 1884. Rev. William T. Savage, C.A.'s brother, lived in the home from 1884-1888 when it was sold to Col. William W. Berry. John W. Cassidy bought the home in 1895 and owned it until 1910. In the 1920's Harry Slocum owned the home and it was dubbed the "Locust Lodge." Mr and Mrs. Leo Mockton also owned the home at one time. BW Exterior 9 3/4" x 7 1/2".

  15. 1421 Hampshire Quincy, IL
    1421 Hampshire, two and a half story brick home with cornice and lintel work. Believed to be Charles Behrensmeyer's home. BW Exterior 7 3/5" x 7 9/10".

  16. 1437 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1437 Maine Street was the I.O. Woodruff home. A two and a half story brick home with a Mansard roof, widow's walk, and detailed corners. BW Exterior 8" x 10".

  17. 1444 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1444 Maine Street Quincy, IL. Two story Italianate style brick home built by Charles T. Baker. John McFadon lived in the home in 1889 and after 1911 the Gardner family lived here. BW Exterior 7" x 5".

  18. 1449 Maine Street
    1449 Maine Street Quincy, IL. Color 10" x 6 3/4".

  19. 1461 Maine Street
    1461 Maine Street Quincy, IL. Color Exterior 3 3/4" x 2 1/2".

  20. 1469 and 1477 Maine Street
    1469 Maine and 1477 Maine Street Quincy, IL. Color 7" x 4 3/4".

  21. 1469 Maine Street
    1469 Maine Street Quincy, IL. Color 7" x 4 3/4".

  22. 14th & Jefferson
    14th & Jefferson in Quincy. Exterior view of house and dirt street. House may be 1336 Jefferson. B/w, 7" x 5".

  23. 1601 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    Richard F. Newcomb House, 1601 Maine St. Designed by architect Harvey Chatten in 1890 and erected the following year, 1891. Later called Stillwell Hall and used as a women's residence hall for Quincy College. The Quincy Museum bought the Richardsonian Romanesque Revival style home. BW Exterior 9 1/2" x 7".

  24. 1619 North 12th Street Quincy, Il
    1619 North 12th Street on the northwest corner of 12th and Locust. The home was built shortly after the Civil War. Henry Geise, banker, lived here in 1879. Samuel Sturgis lived here from 1882-1887. Henry B. Menke and Jos. B. Menke, president and vice president of Menke Dry Goods Co. lived here in 1898. The Menke family passed the home to grandson, Charles Johannes who in turn sold it in 1963 to Oscar Weiss, president of Quincy Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. Pepsi Cola Co was excavating next to the home as part of a large expansion of the plant and discovered the large 20,000 gallon cistern that supplied the home. The cistern was filled with sand and the wall sealed off during the construction. Photograph taken November 1963, an article ran in the QHW on November 7, 1963 with more details. BW Exterior 10" x 7 4/5".

  25. 1624 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1624 Maine Street, home of William Warfield, wholesale grocer. BW Exterior 7 1/4" x 5".

  26. 1624 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1624 Maine Street, home of William Warfield, wholesale grocer. Caption reads, "Residence of Mr. W.S. Warfield, Maine Street." BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  27. 1624 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1624 Maine Street, home of William Warfield, wholesale grocer. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  28. 1624 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1624 Maine Street, home of William Warfield, wholesale grocer. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  29. 1624 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1624 Maine Street, carriage house. Home of William Warfield, wholesale grocer. BW Exterior 7 1/4" x 10".

  30. 1624 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1624 Maine Street, carriage house. Home of William Warfield, wholesale grocer. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  31. 1635 York
    1635 York Street, Quincy, Illinois. Two story red brick home. Color Exterior 10 3/4" x 8 1/4".

  32. 1636 Maine Street
    1636 Maine Street Quincy, Illinois. BW Exterior 3" x 4".

  33. 1637 Hampshire Street
    1637 Hampshire Street Quincy, Illinois. BW Exterior 3" x 4".

  34. 1648 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1648 Maine Street was the home of Dr. George W. Edison. The home was a two story brick home with decorative windows and roof line. The home was built in 1874. BW Exterior 9 1/2" x 7 3/5".

  35. 1648 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1648 Maine Street was the home of Dr. George W. Edison. The home was a two story brick home with decorative windows and roof line. The home was built in 1874. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  36. 1651 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1651 Maine Street, two story Italianate brick home. Residence is known for its historic owners: Charles H. Bull; L.P. Bonfoey; and later George Irwin. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  37. 1651 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1651 Maine Street, built in 1857. Features a two story Italianate style brick home and private gardens rich with landscaping, a fountain and barns and runs all the way to Hampshire Street. Prominent home owners include: Charles H. Bull Sr. and his wife Anna; L.P. Bonfoey; George Irwin. Caption reads, " Quincy, Ill. Scene in Grounds at Home of C.H. Bull Sr. Pub. by Hy G.Garrelts & sons." BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  38. 1651 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1651 Maine Street, built in 1857. Features a two story Italianate style brick home and private gardens rich with landscaping, a fountain and barns and runs all the way to Hampshire Street. Prominent home owners include: Charles H. Bull Sr. and his wife Anna; L.P. Bonfoey; George Irwin. Caption reads, " Residence of Charles H. Bull - Showing Private Gardens." BW Exterior 10" x 8".

  39. 1651 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1651 Maine Street, built in 1857. Features a two story Italianate style brick home and private gardens rich with landscaping, a fountain and barns and runs all the way to Hampshire Street. Prominent home owners include: Charles H. Bull Sr. and his wife Anna; L.P. Bonfoey; George Irwin. BW Exterior 7" x 5".

  40. 1651 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1651 Maine Street, built in 1857. Features a two story Italianate style brick home and private gardens rich with landscaping, a fountain and barns and runs all the way to Hampshire Street. Prominent home owners include: Charles H. Bull Sr. and his wife Anna; L.P. Bonfoey; George Irwin. Caption reads, " Residence of Chas. H. Bull, East Maine Street." BW Sketch 8" x 10".

  41. 1675 Maine Street
    1675 Maine Street Quincy, Illinois. Color Exterior 10" x 3/4".

  42. 1680 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1680 Maine Street is located on the south west corner of 18th and Maine. Colonel Edward Prince erected the 3 story stone Romanesque home in 1883. Caption on photograph reads, "Quincy, ILL. Main St. look West from Eighteenth St. 5627." BW Exterior 9 2/5" x 6 2/5".

  43. 1680 Maine Street Quincy, IL
    1680 Maine Street was built in 1883 as a three story Romanesque home. Col. Edwin Prince lived there in 1892. BW Exterior 5 3/4" x 3 1/2".

  44. 1803 Grove Avenue
    1803 Grove Avenue. On the corner of 18th and Grove Avenue. Color Exterior 10 3/4" x 8 1/4".

  45. 1804 Jersey Street
    1804 Jersey Street Quincy, Illinois. BW Exterior 3 3/4" x 4".

  46. 1850 Jersey Street Quincy, IL
    1850 Jersey Street. George H. Behrensmeyer was the architect for this 1913 project of Henry and Flora Bastert. The home is constructed from native gray limestone. Color Exterior 10 3/4" x 8 1/4".

  47. 1889 Members of Municipal Government
    Montage portrait of eight ranking men. Photograph labeled as Members of the Municipal Government. Top row: John A. Steinbach, Assistant Fire Chief; Jos. Esterly, Fire Department Chief; Chas. Shinn, Second Assistant Fire Chief. Middle row: Enoch R. Chatten, City Engineer; Andy P. O'Connor, Police Chief; J.F. Wemhoener, City Clerk. Lower row: Theo. Pape, City Attorney; Cicero Perry, Police Magistrate. BW Portrait Montage 5" x 7".

  48. 18th & Broadway
    Uncle Bill's Tavern, 1739 Broadway, Broadway Grill, 1737 Broadway, Epperson Shoe Repair, 1735 Broadway, Broadway Bank, 1719 Broadway, Family Theater, 1717 Broadway, Merkel's, 1709-1711 Broadway, Broadway Drug, 1707 Broadway, Niemann's, 1705 Broadway, Kroger, 1701 Broadway. Postcard, street view from 18th. B/w, 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".

  49. 1943 Ice Storm, Decker home north of Marblehead, IL
    Picture of the 1943 ice storm. House located 1/4 mile north of Marblehead, IL (Adams County) at the Decker home. Digital copy format only available. Photograph. BW.

  50. 1943 Ice Storm, Decker home north of Marblehead, IL
    Picture of the 1943 ice storm. House located 1/4 mile north of Marblehead, IL (Adams County) at the Decker home. Digital copy format only available. Photograph. BW.

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