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  • 1024 11th St.
    Image       This frame house was owned by Francis Irving Jacobs, Civil War veteran, from 1894-1909....
    Image     This frame house was owned by Francis Irving Jacobs, Civil War veteran, from 1894-1909....
  • 524 Park Ave., Wilmette
    Image       This frame house the residence of Francis Irving Jacobs, Civil War veteran, from 1910-1914....
    Image     This frame house the residence of Francis Irving Jacobs, Civil War veteran, from 1910-1914....
  • 707 Central Ave., Wilmette
    Image       707 Central Ave., Wilmette, was the residence of Mary Elizabeth Ward Springer and her family after the death of her husband, Civil War veteran and Wilmette Village President, Milton C. Springer, in 1890....
    Image     707 Central Ave., Wilmette, was the residence of Mary Elizabeth Ward Springer and her family after the death of her husband, Civil War veteran and Wilmette Village President, Milton C. ...
  • 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...
  • 812 Central St., Wilmette
    Imagemysterycomment       In pencil,on the reverse, "Old Joy house." In ink "Where ?"
    Imagemysterycomment     In pencil,on the reverse, "Old Joy house." In ink "Where ?"
  • "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. ...
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Photographs of Wilmette


Collection of photographs taken in Wilmette, Illinois.