Series 1.8/2.4 - Clubs

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US IlHpHS Visu.Pho-1.8/2.4




  • 1903-1935, No Date (Creation)

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1 folder/9 items

These series are located in both box 1 and 2.

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This series contains images of various clubs that Highland Parkers have joined over the years. Below is a list of the items in this folder along with their dates and associated accession numbers.

First life saving crew, 1914
Lake Shore Club crew, ca. 1930-1935
Older members of a group taking a group shot- 13 men and 6 women, No Date
Young Men's club- Life Saving Crew, 1925
Life Saving Crew at Central Ave. Beach, 1920, 70-603-3
Copy from above, 1920
Life Saving Crew in row boat with oars, No Date, 69-318-1
Copy from above- mounted on foam core board, No Date
Highland Park Young Men's club Life Saving Crew [names on back of image], 1921

This series also contains oversize images in box 2. Below is a list of the items in this folder along with dates and accession numbers.

Members of the Old Oak Club of Chicago, including Herman Justi of Highland Park, 12-1903, 68-611-1
Mens Club of HP, No Date
Presented to the Commercial Club of HP by Archibald W. Fletcher, images of the first building in HP (Lake Shore R.R. Depot and Mr. T.B.M. Barnes who constructed the first building), 12-25-1907, 3.6.1 brand

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