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    City of Naperville

    Sesquicentennial souvenirs available for purchase. "Nifty One-fifty" bumper sticker and two Sesquicentennial buttons (no scale).

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    City of Naperville

    Dedication of Harold and Eva White Plaza at east end of the Riverwalk. Harold and Eva White standing beside the dedicatory plaque.

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    City of Naperville

    Riverwalk Dedication. Banner presentation (left to right): Sesquicentennial Chairman Frank Allston, City Councilman James Newkirk, Sesquicentennial Vice-Chairman Alfred Rubin, 1931 Centennial Chairman…

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    City of Naperville

    Joe Naper's journey, Lake Michigan to site of Naperville. Sailboat in Chicago's Grant park Harbor bringing Joe Naper and settlers.

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    Riverwalk Dedication. Mary Lou Wehrli with her grandfather, Judge Win Knoch.

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    City of Naperville

    Sesquicentennial souvenirs available for purchase. Naperville montage (centimeter scale included in picture).

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  • Sesquicentennial slide 111

    City of Naperville

    Dedication of Harold and Eva White Plaza at east end of the Riverwalk. Harold and Eva White sitting by the fountain.

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    City of Naperville

    Main Sesquicentennial parade. Moser Lumber Company float with Sesquicentennial logo.

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    City of Naperville

    Naperville Veterans' and young folks' parade. Naperville North High School Band.

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    City of Naperville

    Main Sesquicentennial parade. Assembling for parade along Fifth Avenue, north of Burlington Northern railroad tracks: Dorothy Stauffer and Vernon Finzer.

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    City of Naperville

    Main Sesquicentennial parade. Participants in the 1931 Centennial parade with paper hats that they wore 50 years ago!

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    City of Naperville

    Main Sesquicentennial parade. Ogden Mall float with Miss Illinois 1981 (Leslie Renfrow, Naperville)

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    City of Naperville

    Main Sesquicentennial parade. Crowd watching parade going east on Jefferson Street.

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    City of Naperville

    Sesquicentennial souvenirs available for purchase. Stenger beer cans (all sides visible).

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    City of Naperville

    Joe Naper's journey, Lake Michigan to site of Naperville. Norton Richards leading departure.

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    City of Naperville

    Joe Naper's journey, Lake Michigan to site of Naperville. Children coming to meet the trek.

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    City of Naperville

    Main Sesquicentennial parade. Wehrli Family float, seven generations in Naperville.

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    City of Naperville

    Dedication of Harold and Eva White Plaza at east end of the Riverwalk. Alfred Rubin giving address, with Mr. & Mrs. White in the background.

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    City of Naperville

    Naperville Veterans' and young folks' parade. Arapaho Indian tribe, Al DeGeeter as Chief.

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    City of Naperville

    Discovering and opening of the Time Capsule buried in 1931. Opening the time capsule in City Hall.

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