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Highland Park scenes

  • US IlHpHS high.sce
  • Collection
  • ca. 1967-1974

This collection is comprised of photographic slides taken in Highland Park and the surrounding area from February 1959 through November 1981. The images document: holiday related town events such as the 4th of July parade, main avenues of transportation, and significant landmarks such as the Stupey Cabin, the Elisha Grey House, local schools and the Highland Park Historical Society.

Arenberg, Henry X

Highland Park Fire Department Collection

  • US IlHpHS Dept.Fir
  • Collection
  • 1889-1989, No Date

This collection was created by a committee developing a centennial exhibit for the Highland Park Fire Department. The dates range from 1889 to 1989 with the opening of the exhibit. The items found in this collection are various images, newspaper articles, an exhibit proposal, various reports from the fire house, a yearbook created for the centennial, and a uniform.

Highland Park Fire Department

Highland Park Woman's Club, records

  • US IlHpHS HPWC
  • Collection
  • 1899-2000

There are five series in this collection: Minutes and Dues, Yearbooks, Scrapbooks, Topical files, and Artifacts. The Minutes document meetings with handwritten minutes and subscription information from the Club’s inception until 1956 and dues, 1902-1957. A sub-series contains the minutes from the Highland Park Woman’s Club Garden Club, 1935-1967. This series is one foot located in Box 1. The Highland Park Woman’s Club Yearbooks, 1902-1970, contain membership data for the Club and its Junior Auxiliary and information regarding events and achievements from previous years. This series is two feet, located in Boxes 2-3. The Chronological Scrapbooks documents the Club’s activities through clippings, yearbooks and other memorabilia. This series is twelve cubic feet, located in boxes 4-16. The topical file is arranged chronologically and by subject. Of special interest are folders documenting the history of the Club, created by Club members, newsletters (very incomplete), and files documenting two key court cases; one regarding the disposition of the clubhouse and the other property tax exempt status. Also housed within this series are several rare issues of the Illinois Clubwoman periodical. The Series is two linear feet, Boxes 17-18. Artifacts include a plaque and logo and other brand stamps. The artifacts are located in Artifact Drawer 1.

Highland Park Woman's Club.

Stupey family tree

  • US IlHpHS R2012-14
  • Item
  • 1983

The Stupey family tree starts with Francis Stupey (1815-1890) and his wife, Margaretha Rectenwald (1818-1868). It includes Francis Stupey's second marriage to Rosa Ciechanowski in 1872 and Rosa's second marriage to Gerhardt. The family tree was issued September 24, 1983 and revised December 4, 1983. It was compiled by Joseph H. Stupey 1010 139th PL N.E. Bellevue,Washington.

Stupey, Joseph H

Maps

  • US IlHpHS R2013-3
  • Collection
  • 1820-2000

This artificial collection created by the Society consists of 31 oversize, chiefly mounted, maps. Many of the mountings have maps on both sides. Maps are of Highland Park, Illinois. There are several maps of the state of Illinois. An inventory file entitled "Map Collection" contains images of several of the maps. An asterisk in the inventory indicates items in this collection.

Highland Park Historical Society

Roland Brand Collection

  • 2013.11
  • Collection
  • ca. 1910-1921

Scrapbooks documenting Brand's participation in the Young Men's Athletic Club in Highland Park, Illinois and its life guard programs, his travels and postcard collection.

Brand, Roland

Highland Park Chamber of Commerce, records

  • US IlHpHS HPCC
  • Collection
  • 1910-

These records contain 2 series: organizational minutes; 1914-1941, and related records and items related to the Chamber's 75th "Jubilee" anniversary celebration.

Highland Park Chamber of Commerce

Titles and deeds

  • US IlHpHS titl.dee
  • Collection
  • 1839-1966

Scope and Contents note This is an artificial collection created by the Highland Park Historical Society. Much of the donor information for the collection is unknown. The contents of the collection includes abstracts and examinations of title and deeds of warranty and/ or mortgages relating to the Highland Park area. The dates of the materials span from crca 1839-1934.

Chicago Title and Trust Company.

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