• Dunton Avenue, 407 North

    The house was built around 1890 by William F. Meyer, Sr. and his wife Mary (nee Sievert). They were (born about 1859 and 1863 respectively. The cost to build the house was $5,000 and at that time the…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 505 North

    Home of early settler, Jeremiah Clough, who in 1854 helped survey 80 acres that would be the site of the town of Dunton. In 1874, Dunton was renamed Arlington Heights. Mr. Clough had the house built i…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 706 North

    The home was built approximately 1904. In the 1930s and early 1940s, Charles, who held various maintenance positions, and Adelaide McElhose lived here. Later in the 1940s, it was the home of George He…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 412 North

    The house was built in 1896 by Dr. John E. Best. The Best family lived there until 1961. Dr. Best and his son, Bruce, who was also a doctor, had their medical offices in the home. The home had 14 room…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 235 South

    The house was built about 1880. In 1925, a barn was built on the property and chickens and rabbits were raised. They also had a smokehouse. The Bodor family who lived in the house came from Croatia af…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 9 South

    This building was built about 1989. In this photo Fleet Feet and Budget Pack were occupants. Tribal Expressions replaced Budget Pack about 1992. In 2006, Runner's High 'n Tri (Fleet Feet's successor)…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 208 - 210 North

    In this photo taken Aug. 11, 2006, 208 N. Dunton is occupied by a dentist and Sailors Speciality Foods. That building was built about 1935. 210 N. Dunton is occupied by Steve's Sheet Metal. That build…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 15 - 17 South

    This photo taken Feb. 21, 2006 shows the buildings at 15 - 17 Dunton being renovated. This item is part of the collection of the Arlington Heights Historical Society (http://www.ahmuseum.org).

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  • Dunton Avenue, 941 North

    The house was built approximately 1929. In the 1930s and 1940s, it was the residence of Henry (toolmaker) and Lillian Schuettler; and Mildred Schuettler. This item is part of the collection of the Arl…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 903 North

    The house was built approximately 1908. Miss Mabel Waymen resided in the house in the early 1930s. In the late 1930s and early 1940s, it was the residence of William A. (carpenter) and Bertha Annen; M…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 123 South

    This home was built for Henry Weinrich in the mid to late 1860s. Henry served as one of the first village trustees in 1887. Henry was a tinsmith and worked for Bray & Kates. He lived in the home till…

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  • Dunton Avenue North from Campbell Street

    Looking north on Dunton Avenue from the corner of Campbell Street is a view of the Bank One building which about the time the picture was taken became Chase Bank after being purchased by J.P. Morgan C…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 209 North - Traub Home

    In the 1870s, the Traub family resided here. In this picture, which is from the 1960s, a parking meter is in front of the house. Parking meters were installed in Arlington Heights in November 1954 in…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 816 North

    The house was built approximately 1932. In the mid to late 1930s, Fred (who was employed by Illinois Bell) and Ethel Proctor lived in the house. In the early 1940s, it was the residence of Donald W. a…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 1212 North

    The house was built approximately 1903 and as early as 1916 Edwin C. Wilke was shown living on North Dunton Avenue. In 1930, the address of 1212 North Dunton is shown with Edwin in real estate. His wi…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 722 North

    The house was built approximately 1872. It was the residence of Clarence (laborer) and Esther Horcher in the 1930s and Ira and Agnes Melbourne and Mrs. Susan Kelem in the early 1940s. This item is par…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 201 South

    The house was built approximately 1890. This photo was taken July 21, 1994. From 1924 to 1930, Frank H. (garage mechanic) and Martha Morris lived in the home along with Mrs. Caroline, Albert and Willi…

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  • Dunton Avenue, Brick Block

    This view of the brick block looks down Dunton Avenue toward Campbell Street. The streets are not paved and the watering fountain for people and horses is evident in the street. Frank E. Davis' Dry Go…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 612 North

    Louis Leuttschwager and his wife Sophia (nee Pauling) lived in the home from 1911 to 1932. In 1942, Victor Bedingfield bought the house for $9,000. He and his wife, Jean, and their four children lived…

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  • Dunton Avenue, 514 North

    The home was build in 1871 by Joseph Norton Olmsted. Mr. Olmsted owned a general store in Arlington Heights. In 1891, the home was rented out. In 1894, Anthony Kates purchased the house for $4,100. Mr…

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