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  • First Congregational Church of Wilmette
    ImageText       1st Congregational Church 11th Street 1883-1904. On reverse: Property of Ye Olde Town Folkes Assn. Mrs. Joy, Historian. First Congregational Church Wilmette. Harriet Scheidenhelm [no date]
    ImageText     1st Congregational Church 11th Street 1883-1904. On reverse: Property of Ye Olde Town Folkes Assn. Mrs. Joy, Historian. First Congregational Church Wilmette. Harriet Scheidenhelm [no date]
  • First Congregational Church of Wilmette in winter
    Image       This building was located across the street and down the alley from the current church structure....
    Image     This building was located across the street and down the alley from the current church structure....
  • Carnegie Library of Wilmette
    Image       This is a real photograph from the Studio of Charles R. Childs, 153 La Salle Sr., Chicago Illinois.
    Image     This is a real photograph from the Studio of Charles R. Childs, 153 La Salle Sr., Chicago Illinois.
  • "Devil in the White City" House
    ImageText       Murderer, Dr. H. H. Holmes (aka Herman W. Mudgett) , built only one house in Wilmette, at what was then 38 N. John Street and was later 726 11th St. [Eleventh Street], between Lake and Central. The house was occupied by Holmes and his wife, Myrta, their daughter, Lucy, and ...
    ImageText     Murderer, Dr. H. H. Holmes (aka Herman W. Mudgett) , built only one house in Wilmette, at what was then 38 N. John Street and was later 726 11th St. ...
  • "Tornado Tavern"
    Image       In pencil on reverse: "Old Gage home at northwest corner of Chestnut and Sheridan Road, pix April 1944 just before the house was razed. Called "Tornado Tavern."
    Image     In pencil on reverse: "Old Gage home at northwest corner of Chestnut and Sheridan Road, pix April 1944 just before the house was razed. Called "Tornado Tavern."
  • Henry H. Gage house
    Image       Former Henry H. Gage house, located at the northwest corner of Chestnut and Sheridan Road, was built about 1873....
    Image     Former Henry H. Gage house, located at the northwest corner of Chestnut and Sheridan Road, was built about 1873....
  • 1300 Central Ave., Wilmette, Illinois
    Image       In pencil on the reverse: "Known as Edward Corette home, but built by someone else about 1895. N.W. corner of Central and Park Ave."
    Image     In pencil on the reverse: "Known as Edward Corette home, but built by someone else about 1895. N.W. corner of Central and Park Ave."
  • 1300 Central Ave., Wilmette, Illinois
    Image       In pencil on the reverse: "Edward Corette house at Park and Central--NW corner." Stamped on reverse: "Photo by Bill Kuiken, 1337 Washington, Wilmette"
    Image     In pencil on the reverse: "Edward Corette house at Park and Central--NW corner." Stamped on reverse: "Photo by Bill Kuiken, 1337 Washington, Wilmette"
  • Old Dusham House
    Image       On reverse: "Old Dusham House, Elmwood and Michigan, succeeded log cabin. Built around 1800." Stamped: "A copy by H. J. Steffens Studio at 807 Ridge, Wilmette, 6332."
    Image     On reverse: "Old Dusham House, Elmwood and Michigan, succeeded log cabin. Built around 1800." Stamped: "A copy by H. J. Steffens Studio at 807 Ridge, Wilmette, 6332."
  • View down Central Ave. from 9th St., Wilmette, Illinois
    Image       On reverse: "Looking down Central from 9th and Central 1948. This building was moved to 738 10th [tenth] St., and is now the School Superintendent's office. N[ota] B[ene]: Since demolished went [sic] Central School was enlarged. R.A. [Rhea Adler]
    Image     On reverse: "Looking down Central from 9th and Central 1948. This building was moved to 738 10th [tenth] St., and is now the School Superintendent's office. N[ota] B[ene]: Since demolished ...
  • Ruins of "The Breakers" near the shore of Wilmette beach
    Image       Construction of "The Breakers" begun in No Man's Land in about 1928, never got beyond the grand staircase entrance. Note the lettering on the structure "Stop..Don't Go Up...Danger"...
    Image     Construction of "The Breakers" begun in No Man's Land in about 1928, never got beyond the grand staircase entrance. Note the lettering on the structure "Stop..Don't Go Up...Danger"...
  • View of the ruins of "The Breakers" from the back about 1960
    Image       View looks east over Lake Michigan...
    Image     View looks east over Lake Michigan...
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Photographs of structures or scenes in Wilmette that no longer exist.