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  • Weddings: Harriet E. Joy and Edward L. Scheidenhelm
    Newspaper  Local News, 23 Sep 1899, p. 5, column 3     Harriet E. Joy, daughter of Frank L. Joy, and Mr. Edward L. Scheidenhelm married Sept. 14, 1899. Members of wedding party listed.

    Photograph Harriet Joy.

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    Newspaper  Local News, 23 Sep 1899, p. 5, column 3   Harriet E. Joy, daughter of Frank L. Joy, and Mr. Edward L. Scheidenhelm married Sept. 14, 1899. Members of wedding party listed.

    Photograph Harriet Joy.

    ...
  • Having "Photo" Taken
    Newspaper  Local News, 9 Apr 1910, p. 6     Barbarous methods employed by the photographer which should be abolished. ...
    Newspaper  Local News, 9 Apr 1910, p. 6   Barbarous methods employed by the photographer which should be abolished. ...
  • Temple of Heaven: Remarkable Chinese holy shrine in Peking
    Newspaper  Local News, 18 Nov 1911, p. 2     Photograph of the Temple of Heaven...
    Newspaper  Local News, 18 Nov 1911, p. 2   Photograph of the Temple of Heaven...
  • Wilmette Village Hall
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 1     Photograph of Wilmette Village Hall...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 1   Photograph of Wilmette Village Hall...
  • Our Photo Play Houses
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 2     Description and photographs of the interior and exterior of The Village Theatre, 1150 Wilmette Avenue, and the exterior of the Central Theatre at 1120 Central Avenue. Both theaters have double projectors so no waiting between reels is necessary. The theaters also have alternating electric current and gold fiber curtains which ...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 2   Description and photographs of the interior and exterior of The Village Theatre, 1150 Wilmette Avenue, and the exterior of the Central Theatre at 1120 Central Avenue. Both theaters have double ...
  • Advertisement for Bowman Dairy Company
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 2     1922-1928 Ridge Ave., Wilmette; Johnston R. Bowman, president; Robert A. Bowman, treasurer; C. E. Peck, vice-president; E. M. Bowman, secretary Photograph of the dairy wagon and horse...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 2   1922-1928 Ridge Ave., Wilmette; Johnston R. Bowman, president; Robert A. Bowman, treasurer; C. E. Peck, vice-president; E. M. Bowman, secretary Photograph of the dairy wagon and horse...
  • Wilmette Plan Commission
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, 2, 3     The Wilmette Plan Commission was appointed by the Village Board of Wilmette at the suggetion of the Wilmette Civic Association. On March 3, 1915, the Wilmette Civic Association petitioned the village board to appoint a committee, the Wilmette Plan Commission, to propose comprehensive plans for future minicipal improvements. The following ...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, 2, 3   The Wilmette Plan Commission was appointed by the Village Board of Wilmette at the suggetion of the Wilmette Civic Association. On March 3, 1915, the Wilmette Civic Association petitioned the ...
  • The Village of Wilmette
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 2     Wilmette was incorporated on September 17, 1872. The incorporators were Messrs. Martin R. M. Wallace, Noel V. Borden and Calvin DeWolf, and members of the first board were Messrs. John G. Westerfield, C. T. Boggs, B. M. Munn, A. T. Sherman, Alexander McDaniel and A. Shants. The first president was ...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 2   Wilmette was incorporated on September 17, 1872. The incorporators were Messrs. Martin R. M. Wallace, Noel V. Borden and Calvin DeWolf, and members of the first board were Messrs. John ...
  • 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 ...
  • New Trier Township High School
    Newspaper  H. E. Brown, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 4     Prior to 1900, all high school students living in Wilmette and towns north including Kenilworth, Winnetka and Glencoe, went to Evanston High School or to a small high school department held in the Winnetka Village Hall. In that year New Trier High School opened with an enrollment of 76 and ...
    Newspaper  H. E. Brown, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 4   Prior to 1900, all high school students living in Wilmette and towns north including Kenilworth, Winnetka and Glencoe, went to Evanston High School or to a small high school department ...
  • Advertisement for the Talking Maching Shop, 1133 Greenleaf Avenue
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 4     Photograph of interior of the store..image very dark...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 4   Photograph of interior of the store..image very dark...
  • Advertisement for the Electric Shop, 1135 Greenleaf Avenue, Wilmette, A. H. Dannemark, proprietor
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 4     Photograph exterior of the store...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 4   Photograph exterior of the store...
  • Wilmette Public Schools
    Newspaper  J. R. Harper, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 5     Educational aims and goals of the school systems written by the superintendent. Photograph J. R. Harper, superintendent of Wilmette Public Schools and Central and Logan Schools...
    Newspaper  J. R. Harper, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 5   Educational aims and goals of the school systems written by the superintendent. Photograph J. R. Harper, superintendent of Wilmette Public Schools and Central and Logan Schools...
  • 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 ...
  • Men's Club of Wilmette
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6     The Men's Club of Wilmette is an association of between three hundred and four hundred residents of Wilmette incorporated for the purpose of promoting social intercourse between its members and the general improvement and welfare of the community. The club was organized in 1906 in response to a wish for ...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6   The Men's Club of Wilmette is an association of between three hundred and four hundred residents of Wilmette incorporated for the purpose of promoting social intercourse between its members and ...
  • Wilmette Civic Association
    Newspaper  E. R. Nourse, president, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, 6, 7     The Wilmette Civic Association was organized about three years ago with the object "To Secure Better Civic Conditions in Wilmette." It has a membership of about 100. Meetings are held monthly in Library Hall. One of the groups achievements has been the annual "Garden Contest."

    The Wilmette Civic Association ...
    Newspaper  E. R. Nourse, president, Local News, 26 Feb 1916, 6, 7   The Wilmette Civic Association was organized about three years ago with the object "To Secure Better Civic Conditions in Wilmette." It has a membership of about 100. Meetings are held ...
  • Advertisement for Moore's Wax from E. B. Moore & Co., 20 East Lake Street, Chicago
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6     Photograph of a can of Moore's Wax...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6   Photograph of a can of Moore's Wax...
  • Advertisement for C. G. Tongring, builder and contractor
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6     Photograph of a building...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6   Photograph of a building...
  • Advertisement for Robinson Tubular Furnaces for steam or hot water boilers at Robinson Furnace Company, 205 West Lake street
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6     Photograph of a furnace...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 6   Photograph of a furnace...
  • Wilmette alley's--good and bad [editorial]
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 7     Editorial in support of paving alleys with concrete Photographs of alleys...
    Newspaper  Local News, 26 Feb 1916, p. 7   Editorial in support of paving alleys with concrete Photographs of alleys...
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