• John Wood, Jr.

    John Wood, Jr. (1830-1889) was the third child and second son born to Quincy founder John Wood and his wife, Ann Streeter Wood. John Jr. married Josephine Skinner on September 21, 1853 and they had th…

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  • 1945 Tornado Damage - John Wood Mansion

    Tornado Damage of the John Wood Mansion on 12th and State Street, 1945. Exterior photograph BW. 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".

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  • 1945 Tornado Damage - John Wood Mansion

    Tornado Damage of the John Wood Mansion on 12th and State Street, 1945. Exterior BW photograph. 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".

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  • John Wood, Jr.

    John Wood, Jr. (1830-1889) was the third child and second son born to Quincy founder John Wood and his wife, Ann Streeter Wood. John Jr. married Josephine Skinner on September 21, 1853 and they had th…

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  • John Wood Statue, postcard

    Ray E. White

    Postcard of John Wood Statue in center of Washington Park. Text on reverse reads: John Wood Statue. Washington Park. Quincy, Illinois. In 1822 John Wood became the first white settler and founder of t…

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  • John Wood Mansion [Octagonal House]

    John Wood Mansion built in 1869 at a cost of $200- $250,000. Sold December 1, 1875 to the Methodists for $40,000 and became Johnson College. Name changed to Chaddock College in 1876 after Charles C. C…

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  • Atlas Map of Adams County Illinois, 1872

    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. (Page numbers = pg 10, pg 11, pg 14, pg 15, pg 18, pg 19, pg 22, pg 23, pg 26, p…

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  • John Wood Octagonal Mansion [Kerr Hall]

    John Wood Mansion [Octagonal House] built in 1860 at a cost of $200 to $250 thousand. Sold Dec 1, 1875 to Methodists for $40 thousand and became Johnson College. Name changed to Chaddock College in 18…

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  • Historical Sketch of Quincy

    Quincy Chamber of Commerce, Photos by Ray E. White

    Booklet. Historical Sketch of Quincy. Folds out to give information on the Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial in Washington Park, Governor John Wood Statue in Washington Park; a history of the founding o…

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  • Residence of EX Governor John Wood

    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 8); (Text = pg 38); (Text = pg 102). Residence of EX Governor John W…

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