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Community cookbook collection

  • US IlHpHS comm.coo
  • Collection
  • 1909-1996

Cookbooks from display at Jean Butz House museum. Arrangement is chronological.

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Deerfield Yearbooks

This group contains copies of The Deerfield that were ostensibly owned by the Gieser family. The various books have signatures and other original marks on them. The dates of the included yearbooks are as follows: 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928 (2), and 1930.

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Elisha Gray Collection

  • US IlHpHS elis.gra
  • Collection
  • Bulk, 1960-1990

This collection contains: photographs, patent specifications, correspondence, original research produced by the Highland Park Historical Society, newspaper clippings, magazine articles and other secondary publications pertaining to Elisha Gray, his inventions & his business endeavers. This collection contains items dating from 1860 to 2001; with the bulk of the collection dating from 1960 to 1990.

Franklin Institute.

Highland Park : the first hundred years : research responses

  • US IlHpHS high.fir
  • Collection
  • 1966-1969

This collection holds the clippings and other family or biographical information received by the Highland Park Historical Society in response to a questionnaire sent to families who lived in Highland Park, Illinois prior to 1940. Files are arranged alphabetically by last name.

This Highland Park centenary project culminated in the publication of "Highland Park : The First hundred years." The research and writing team included Anna Rigndahl, Lillian Tucker, Ruth Rose, Pat Heyman, Judi Nickol, James Wahlman, Chester Jones, and Marjorie Clavey.

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Highland Park residents in World War I

  • US IlHpHS resi.wwi
  • File
  • 1916-1918

Images, death notices (Dumaresq Spencer and Joy Curtis Bournique), monographs and other ephemeral papers documenting Highland Park, Illinois World War I soldiers' service.

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House file

  • US IlHpHS Hous.Fil
  • Collection
  • 1890-2004

Scope and Content The House File comprised of resources pertaining specific addresses and residences in Highland Park and Fort Sheridan. The collection is made up of 2.5 linear feet of periodical clippings, original research, photographs and legal records; dating from the 1890s to early 2000s. This is an artificial collection, which has been arranged alphabetically according to street name.

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Individual file

  • US IlHpHS Indv.Fil
  • Collection
  • 1872-2002

The Individual File is comprised of resources documenting individuals and families of prominence who were born, lived or worked in Highland Park, Illinois. The collection is made up of 2.5 linear feet of periodical clippings; biographies and personal narratives; correspondence; photographs; ephemera; and legal records; dating from 1872 to 2002. This is an artificial collection that is arranged alphabetically by family name.

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Photo-Book One

Photo-book one is a faded black/brown photograph book bound by two holes punched through the cover and a braided cord. The pages inside are mostly intact, but are either separated or in the process of separation from their binding. Most pictures are labelled by the original owners and detail the dates and persons of interest in their pictures themselves. Subjects of interests include Bill Gieser, John Claiche, Annie Gieser, Bertha Koller, Bill Christensen, Ruth Rhinesmith, Arthur and Mary Rogers, Mary St. Peter, Mr./Mrs. Baud, Mr./Mrs. Mizen, various unlisted subjects, scenery, house fires, the Gieser house, and others. The provided range of dates are 1913-1921, but probably range up until 1930 due to the age progression of some of the subjects. Tissue paper was placed in between the pages to help delay the deterioration of the pages due to age and the acidity of the paper and adhesives used on the photographs.

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Photo-Book Three

This photograph book is bound by rivets and is made of leather wrapped paper, which is flaking and fading. Inside are over 30 landscape photographs of scenic properties and flora that were ostensibly taken by Elise’s father. Some of these photographs are of the Bonita Vista estate, and there are no provided dates associated with the photographs. Attached loosely on the inside of the first page there is a small handwritten packet located inside a vanilla colored enveloped that lists some of the properties and gives terse descriptions about the photographs themselves.

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Photo-set Five [Weisenber, Highland Park]

Photo-set Five is an envelope that contains black and white photographs of the Weisenber family, including Albert, Elise, and Marion Weisenber, in addition to an “Aunty Clara Waite”. These detail various instances in their life, including photographs of Elise at 3 months old, Marion as an infant, and other stages of their growing up. These photographs range from 1910 (Elise’s birth year), to 1938.

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