John J. Schneider (1901-1986) oral history
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Track 1, Transcript p. 1
Transcription
Creators
Schneider, John J., 1901-1986, Interviewee
Adler, Rhea Saul, 1906-1990
, Interviewer
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Description
Interview with John Schneider by Rhea Adler in November 1975 in Wilmette, Illinois. ABSTRACT
Family - childhood - school
Early location St. Joseph school and church
Fun games - skating - swimming
Gross Point boundaries
Store, grocer, bakery, blacksmith, saloons
Gross Point Band/Schneider's Band, now Gross Point Marching Band
World War I Peter Huerter; Huerter Post-American Legion
Truck farms South Water St. Market
Old Trier - New Trier Township
50th anniversary of J. J. Schneider Shoe Store
Transportation horses, Northwestern Railroad
Gross Point people worked locally - growth slow until it was annexed to Wilmette
Lacked sewers, water, telephones
Unhappy high school life due to dual language problems

Place of Publication
Wilmette, Illinois
Date of Original
November 1975
Subject(s)
Local identifier
R977.31 SC
Language of Item
English
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Copyright Date
1975
Copyright Holder
Wilmette Public Library
Copyright Holder Contact Information
1242 Wilmette Ave.
Wilmette, Illinois 60091
U.S.A.
Contact
Wilmette Public Library
Email
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Agency street/mail address
1242 Wilmette Avenue
Wilmette, IL
60091-2558
U.S.A. Phone: 847-256-6930
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John J. Schneider (1901-1986) oral history


Interview with John Schneider by Rhea Adler in November 1975 in Wilmette, Illinois. ABSTRACT
Family - childhood - school
Early location St. Joseph school and church
Fun games - skating - swimming
Gross Point boundaries
Store, grocer, bakery, blacksmith, saloons
Gross Point Band/Schneider's Band, now Gross Point Marching Band
World War I Peter Huerter; Huerter Post-American Legion
Truck farms South Water St. Market
Old Trier - New Trier Township
50th anniversary of J. J. Schneider Shoe Store
Transportation horses, Northwestern Railroad
Gross Point people worked locally - growth slow until it was annexed to Wilmette
Lacked sewers, water, telephones
Unhappy high school life due to dual language problems