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A reward of $25.00

Framed broadside advertising :A REWARD OF $25.00 Will be paid to tbe first person sending an appropriate name, which will be accepted by the management for the new resort now being built at Ravinia.
The Park is being created at cost of $150,000 for a high-class pleasure resort; consisting of a fine theater; stadium, seating 3000; fine athletic field; refectory and other accommodations and amusements.
No intoxicating drinks of any kind will be sold or allowed to be used on these grounds. The games and entertainments will be confined to those of the highest order.
The theatre will be open the year around.
Greciao or Roman name preferred
Address All replies to
Amusement Manager.
Higblnod Park, Ill.

W.C. Egan and Gardener'c cottage

Screened front porch of the gardener's cottage northwest of the main house at Egandale. Image features a large spirea bush and circular iris bed. W. C. Egan is standing in front of the large vegetable garden. Image has been flipped.

Highland Park Woman's Club, records

  • 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.

Frank Green photography collection

  • US IlHpHS fran.gre
  • Collection
  • ca. 1870-1900

Frank Green was the husband of Dr. Milton Baker's daughter, Bertha. These images are chiefly family photos with ephemeral identification.

Green, Frank B

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