• Christian Tabernacle Church

    Christian Tabernacle Church

    This is Christian Tabernacle Church in the mid-1990's located on the corner of Park and Elm Streets. Originally the Trinity Lutheran Church.

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  • Moving the Hattendorf Coach House

    Roselle Historical Foundation

    October 1990. The Hattendorf coach house being moved from its originally location on the former Hattendorf estate to the Roselle Historical Foundation property on Elm Street. Electrical and telephone…

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  • Train Derailment, 1920

    Hattendorf Clothing Store

    On February 8, 1920, an eastbound freight train derailed just east of Roselle Road sending 27 cars in all directions. One car pitched into the back of Hattendorf's clothing store on the corner of Pros…

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  • Clarence C. Schmoldt and Justina Schmoldt

    Roselle People--1921. Clarence C. Schmoldt with mother, Mrs. Herman Schmoldt (Justina). Clarence Schmoldt was Village Clerk from 1937-1945. In 1938, he purchased the Roselle Flour and Feed Mill from W…

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  • Rose Parade, 1992, Roselle Historical Foundation Entry

    Roselle Historical Foundation

    Donna and Jim Benson, Roselle Historical Foundation members, in a World War II vehicle, the Foundation's entry in the 1992 Rose Parade. The sign is advertising the publication of Etched in Time: The U…

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  • McCormick Farm Machine Concession

    McCormick Farm Machines

    Before the turn of the century, J. Henry Hattendorf and John Bagge ran the McCormick Farm Machine franchise. The horse drawn equipment was displayed near Irving Park Road and Prospect Street. The fran…

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  • Roselle Parade, July 4, 1929

    Fire engines in the Roselle parade, July 4th, 1929, followed by auto-floats in the background. Unidentified spectators are also shown.

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  • Roselle Public Works Garage

    Roselle Public Works garage on Rush Street, south of Walnut Avenue in 1975.

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  • Gorski Food Fair Building

    Gorski Food Fair

    Caterpillar tractor at work inside Gorski's Food Fair working on demolition. Photo taken on April 18, 2000.

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  • Richter House

    Richter House

    October 2000. Living room of the Richter House after interior restoration work was completed by the Roselle Historical Foundation. (The Richter House 2000 Illinois State Historical Society Awards Prog…

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  • Roselle's First Hook 'n' Ladder

    Roselle Fire Department

    Four Roselle fireman with of the department's first hook and ladder truck in front of the fire house in 1905. (History, Roselle, Ill., page 22) (Etched in Time, page 28)

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  • Roselle People

    Botterman's Grocery Store

    A group of people standing in front of Botterman's Roselle Market delivery truck.

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  • Rose Parade, 2001

    Roselle Historical Foundation

    Rhonie Zymboly, a lady of fashion, rides on the Roselle Historical Foundation's entry in the 2001 Rose Parade - A Fashion Odyssey!

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  • Robert W. Frantz

    Photograph of Robert W. Frantz taken in the 1960s. Frantz was mayor of the Village of Roselle 1967-1973. (Etched in Time, p. 85)

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  • Interior of the Brown Derby Tavern

    Brown Derby Tavern

    William Clucas behind the bar at the Brown Derby Tavern in 1948. The tavern, later named the Village Tavern, was located on Irving Park Road. The building burned down in 1972. After the fire, the prop…

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  • Prospect Street Houses

    From the left, 20, 16 and 12 South Prospect Street; three 1920s bungalow buildings that were demolished or moved to make way for the Mason Street Station development project.

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  • Roselle Public School Students and Teacher

    Roselle Public School

    After 1935. Front: Unidentified, Raymond Anderson, 2 unidentified, Jack Warnimont. Center: Robert Boehme, George von Friedersdorf, Norbert, Paulette Gordon, Elaine Haberkamp, Robert Herbener. unidenti…

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  • Birdsall Family home

    The Birdsall family home at 420 East Walnut Street. The photograph was taken during the 1980's when Sandra Birdsall was Village Trustee (1977-81) and later mayor (1981-88).

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  • Rose Parade, 1983, Roselle Village Officials

    The Roselle Village Officials float in the 1983 Rose Parade. Featured from the left to the right are Trustees Linda Asper, Joe Devlin, Pat Clifford, Mayor Sandra Birdsall, Trustee A.J. Monroe (behind…

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  • Connections Art Exhibit- Al Engel

    Roselle Historical Foundation

    Al Engel stands beside his painting (right) in the Roselle resident's art exhibit sponsored by the Roselle Historical Foundation at the Historical Foundation museum in April 1998. The watercolor on th…

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