• Orville H. Browning Home

    Orville H. Browning home on the southeast corner of 7th and Hampshire. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

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  • John H and Riehand Duncan

    John H. and Riehand P. Duncan, 1905. Sons of William B. and Cornelia Perkins Duncan. DIGITAL COPY ONLY!

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  • George Koch

    George Koch did serve on the Quincy Police Department and as the Quincy Police Chief from the late 1800's through about 1920. BW Portrait 3" x 4".

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  • Quincy High School Class of 1929 Reunion

    Quincy High School Class of 1929 Reunion. Interior BW 10" x 8"

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  • Illinois Veteran's Home

    Illinois Veteran's Home at Quincy, located along 12th and Locust in Quincy, IL. Originally known as the Illinois Solider's and Sailors Home, 1886, name was formally changed in 1973. Three men preparin…

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  • Eagle Mills Exhibit at Quincy Street Fair

    Eagle Mills exhibit at a fall street fair in downtown Quincy. BW Exterior Photograph 5" x 4".

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  • Quincy City Lines

    Quincy City Lines in the late 1940's or early 1950's. Four buses and 19 men, presumably the department at the time. BW Exterior 5" x 4".

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  • Liberty Band

    Liberty Band, taken March 4, 1889 at the Siloam Springs Picnic. Liberty Band was a 12 member band. Front row: Rolland Linn, Clarence Buttz, Will Grubb, Charles Barnard, George Zehender. Back row: Edwa…

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  • Tornado Damage 1945

    After April 12, 1945 tornado. VonBurg Jewelry Store, 526 Hampshire; Werneth's Meat Market, 606 Hampshire; St. Peters Church southwest corner of 8th and Maine; Adams County Courthouse; YMCA, 421 Jersey…

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  • Free Public Library

    Quincy's Free Public Library and Reading Room on the southwest corner of 4th and Maine Streets. Image is slightly blurry, but is a photograph of fireplace and a portion of the reading room. BW Interio…

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  • General Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss

    Prentiss served under Grant and Sherman at Pittsburg Landing, taking the position in "the Hornet's Nest" and holding for several hours before surrendering 2,200 men. Prentiss and his men were exchange…

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  • Charles L. Kraber

    Charles L. Kraber. DIGITAL COPY ONLY!

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Boulder

    Granite Boulder commemorating the Quincy Lincoln- Douglas Debate held in Washington Square. Boulder was placed in Washington Park, October 13, 1908. Inscription on the boulder reads, " Lincoln-Douglas…

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  • Illinois Veteran's Home

    Illinois Veteran's Home at Quincy, located along 12th and Locust in Quincy, IL. Originally known as the Illinois Solider's and Sailors Home, 1886, name was formally changed in 1973. Exterior of Stone…

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  • Ice Skating on the Bay

    A large crowd of people ice skating on the frozen Quincy Bay. BW Exterior 7" x 5".

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  • South Park

    South Park located at 12th and Harrison Streets in Quincy was officially opened to the public May 18, 1895. It soon became a popular place for picnics, but there was no shelter house for protection fr…

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  • John Gerhardt Henry Bredeweg

    John Gerhardt Henry Bredeweg [1819-1893] came to Quincy in 1842. He bought land the following year and began dairy farming. Amassing a parcel of 43 acres from Bluff Road to Einhaus Lane and Bottom Roa…

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  • Payson Band

    Payson Band, 14 members taken about 1900. Front row: Frank Gabriel, Elmer "Porter" Griggs, Charles Warner, Charles Gabriel and William Robinson. Second row: William Thompson, Harry Nesbitt, Frank Twnn…

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  • Illinois Veteran's Home

    Illinois Veteran's Home located at 12th and Locust, Quincy, IL. Was originally founded, October 1886, as Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home. Nineteen men and women at the dedication of the All Faith's…

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  • U.S. Postal Services

    U.S. Federal Building at 200 North 8th Street served as a U.S. Post Office. This photograph shows the interior of the Quincy Post Office in 1914. Tony Hildenbrand, Frank Randall and possibly Mr. Simps…

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