Taken 1936, Joseph & Mary Black home. Children were Will, Dora, John G., Joseph, Hamilton & Anna. Joseph was Chief of Police and Anna was postmaster
415 built 1872 and 409 built 1908. 409 is the Pearson family home. Bill Pearson's great grandparents built that house, formed all the bricks by hand.
Triplicate quarry worker houses, moved from William Street where Boz Hotdogs now stands. No indoor plumbing.
Sam and Mildred Wojciehowski children George, Laverne and Joe. Moved to this location from near the brewery and purchased by Maodush.
Built 1901, William Henrichs home, child is Chuck Henrichs who later became Village President. Note the outhouse in the yard.
Cook County Assessor lists construction as 1834. In 1867 it was the Heman Gardner General Store & Halfway House.
Built 1937 by Walter and Erma Diekelman on property purchased from neighbor, Judge Albert Webb. Photo taken 1942.
(1) Sweet home, dates to 1860s, (2) 115 N Kinzie bought by Maria Louisa Templin, a widow from Prussia with two small children, in 1859. House may have been replaced at some point.