• Hampshire Street

    3rd and Hampshire Street. Furnaces, Mantels, Grates, B.H. Hanging Keys; Men's Clothing Made to Order. Exterior BW photograph. 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".

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  • Edward A. Heinz Radio Shop Photograph, 1929

    Photograph of the Edward A. Heinz Radios and Service shop located at 8149 Lincoln Avenue in Niles Center, Illinois in 1929. Shown: two unidentified men unloading a truck (right). The side of the truck…

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  • Newspaper article on Shoemaker Cafe closing at Towanda

    An article in the Bloomington, Illinois Pantagraph tells of the closing of the Shoemaker Café at Towanda. Susie Shoemaker opened the café in 1995 and is closing due to the retirement of her husband…

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  • S. J. Lesem Bro. & Co.

    S. J. Lesem Bro. & Co., McFadon Building, northwest corner 4th & Hampshire St. Exterior view of buildings, street, people on porch. B/w, 10" x 8".

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  • View on South East Corner Main & 5th Sts. Quincy, Ills.

    Andreas, Lyter, & Co. Davenport, Iowa, 1872

    PDF File Only! Content scanned from "1872 Atlas Map of Adams County, IL" book. See "SOURCE" below for more information. (Photo = pg 28); (Text = pg 106). View on South East Corner main & 5th Streets,…

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  • Huntley Brewing Company Truck 1934, Girl

    A brewery operated in Huntley after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933. The Huntley Brewing Company, established by George Druggan and his Uncle Edward Riggs, was located in the old Cornell Brothers Cr…

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  • W. T. Duker Company

    W. T. Duker Company, northwest corner 6th & Maine. Exterior of store with displays in windows, shoppers, car. Became J. L. Hudson Co. in 1929. B/w, 8" x 10".

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  • Arthur Herdimann Home & Salem Evangelical Church

    Ninth Street looking north to State Street. Salem Evangelical Church in background, Arthur Herdimann home on the right. Herdimann Lumber Co. was at 815 Ohio St. Merten Lumber Co. was at this location…

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  • Clat Adams Store

    Clat Adams Store, northeast corner of Front and Hampshire Streets. Exterior photo of large three story building with merchandise displayed, truck in front. B/w, 7" x 5".

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  • Aerial of Huntley Looking Northeast

    The L shaped building in the foreground was known as the Disbrow Building. Andrew Disbrow had his wagon repair shop in the lower part of the building facing Main Street. The I.O.O.F. - Independent Ord…

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  • H. Korn Baking Co.

    H. Korn Baking Co., 617 South 8th. Exterior view of building with ten delivery trucks and drivers in front. B/w, 9 1/2" x 7 3/4".

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  • Bel Boy Beer Advertisement, 1937

    At the end of prohibition, the Huntley Brewing Company began operating out of the building that once housed the Cornell Brothers and Jelke's milk processing plants on South Church Street. The plant pr…

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  • Third Between Maine and Hampshire

    Looking north on Third between Maine and Hampshire Streets. Exterior photo. Wolf Manufacturing Co, 116 North Third, is at extreme right. Old City Hall building is the round top buillding at the northe…

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  • Fifth Street Between Maine and Hampshire, East Side

    East side of Fifth Street between Maine and Hampshire. Scoville Co. building appears vacant, Klein's Jewelry Sale, Mercantile building on the right. B/w, 8" x 10".

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  • Blessing Hospital

    Blessing Hospital, known first as the Sarah Denman Hospital, after the woman who gave the ground in 1869. Exterior view of building with a man on the street and a nurse in the yard. B/w, 10" x 7 1/2".

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  • Joseph Stern

    Joseph Stern, founder of J. Stern and Sons Clothing Store, originally northwest corner of 5th and Hampshire Streets. Sketched portrait. B/w, 4 12/" x 5 1/2".

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  • Blizzard February 1936 Coral Street

    The January-February snows of 1936 were record setting, crippling the town of Huntley for weeks. After the snow, horses are tethered on the north side of Coral Street. The white John G. Kelley house (…

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  • Steamer Quincy Sunk Near Trempeleau

    Steamer Quincy sunk near Trempeleau, Wis., on the Mississippi River, July 12, 1906. It was raised and later sold to Streckfus and converted into the excursion boat J.S. (This was the fourth Quincy, bu…

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  • View of Hampshire Street, Looking East from Third

    A View of Hampshire Street, Looking East from Third. (Printed under photo.) Exterior sketch showing three story brick businesses, shoppers, horses and wagons, dirt street. Appears to be Joseph & Nelke…

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  • T.M. Rogers Residence

    Andreas, Lyter, & Co. Davenport, Iowa, 1872

    PDF File Only! Content scanned from "1872 Atlas Map of Adams County, IL" book. See "SOURCE" below for more information. (Photo = pg 36); (Text = pg 63) ; (Text = pg 83). Birds Eye View of the Residenc…

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