• Vail Avenue, 210 South

    This brick home was built in 1929 and in 1930 and 1935, it was home to William F. Neumann, a barber, his wife, Dorothy, and one child. In 1939, Louis Clark, a towerman for the Chicago and Northwestern…

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  • Vail Avenue, 35 South

    This house, which was at the corner of Sigwalt Street and Vail Avenue, was built about 1869 by the Schulenburg family. At the time of the great Chicago fire of 1871, refugees were housed here and in o…

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  • Vail Avenue, 105 South

    This two story farmhouse was built about 1903. In 1930, Louis Clark, his wife Christina, and their four children lived in this home, followed in 1935, by Russell Bates, who worked for Illinois Bell an…

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  • Vail Avenue, 35 South

    This house, which was at the corner of Sigwalt Street and Vail Avenue, was built about 1869 by the Schulenburg family. At the time of the great Chicago fire of 1871, refugees were housed here and in o…

    View Full Item  in Arlington Heights Memorial Library