The consists of correspondence, vaccination records, confirmation certificates, receipts, and other documents arranged in chronological order by and documenting the Brand and Ott families in both Alsace and Illinois.
The first folder contains undated records and record fragments, the second contains correspondence and other papers.
Highland Park B/W photo scrapbook documenting building of house on Lake Michigan in Highland Park, Illinois. Architects, builders, interior and exterior are featured with detailed descriptions. The house, located at 2445 Woodbridge, was built by the Lawerence Stein family.
This series contains records relating to business in Highland Park, IL that are either prominent or business that conducted transactions with the city of Highland Park. This is an artificial series created by the Highland Park Historical Society. The dates range from the late 19th century to the early 21st century. The series contains brochures, photographs, business receipts, correspondence, and advertisements relating to business in Highland Park, chiefly arranged by business name.
The collection is comprised of 470 lantern slides positives, chiefly in black and white. The slides range in date from the late 1890’s to the mid-1910’s. The larges series (93 slides) are illustrated biblical passages of the Old Testament. The collection also comprises images of the Spanish-American War, the U.S. Navy, the Wreck of the Maine in Havana, Cuba (1898), the Battle of Bacolod (1902), and the Second Boer War (1899-1902). Included in the slides are images of China, Alaska, Cuba, Philippines, and several unidentified locations and portraits.
Bound volume of stock certificates from the Chicago Ave Building. Inc [Evanston, Illinois] issued through and to the First National Bank of Highland Park . Includes names of stockholders and their shares, correspondance with stockholders and their representatives.