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1916
  
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  • Men's Club of Wilmette
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6     ... died of pneumonia on Sunday February 13, 1916. Photograph P. J. Cunneen...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6   ... died of pneumonia on Sunday February 13, 1916. Photograph P. J. Cunneen...
  • The Woman's Club
    Newspaper  Mrs. D. M. Gallie, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6     Brief history of the Woman's Club of Wilmette. The club's first home was over Van Deusen's store, and after that Jones' Hall and the Ouilmette Country Club. A building for the club was made possible by the gift of Mrs. W. S. Freeman on a corner of Greenleaf Avenue and ...
    Newspaper  Mrs. D. M. Gallie, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6   Brief history of the Woman's Club of Wilmette. The club's first home was over Van Deusen's store, and after that Jones' Hall and the Ouilmette Country Club. A building for ...
  • Ouilmette Country Club
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 3     The Ouilmette Country Club was founded in 1898. Mr. George W. Hess was the first president, and Mr. Burton Thomas was secretary with Mr. John Verrall as treasurer. The original site was a wooded spot on Mr. Newton Wilson's tract of land near Ninth Street and Chestnut. Description of the ...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 3   The Ouilmette Country Club was founded in 1898. Mr. George W. Hess was the first president, and Mr. Burton Thomas was secretary with Mr. John Verrall as treasurer. The original ...
  • Old Settlers in ancient garb hold annual reunion in feast, mirth, and song
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 Apr 1916, 1, 5, column 7     First Ladies of the town appear in quaint costumes, a century old, while youth joins aged in dance to music of olden time. Amend by-laws on membership a third time. Poem written by J. Melville Brown. a.k.a. Old Settlers of Ouilmette...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 Apr 1916, 1, 5, column 7   First Ladies of the town appear in quaint costumes, a century old, while youth joins aged in dance to music of olden time. Amend by-laws on membership a third time. ...
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