Series Visu.Fil - Highland Park film visual collection

Highland Park Waverly Ave Bridge Cobb family sleigh ride George Tucker's Grocery and Meat Market Buildings 1920

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US IlHpHS Visu.Fil


Highland Park film visual collection


  • Bulk (Creation)
  • 1840-1981, No Date (Creation)

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Extent and medium

. 5 Linear feet : 2 Boxes

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Archival history

Please see archivist. This is an artificial collection which appears to have been created from diverse donors and other sources, many donated by the Brand family or studio, the Highland Park News and the Rotary Club of Highland Park-Highwood.

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Please see accession log.

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Scope and content

This collection is comprised of images used in the film created about Highland Park Film entitled 'The History of Highland Park'. There are 2 boxes with the first box having 5 folders of various images. Topics range from churches to parades and piers. The second box has 8 folders ranging from buildings to bridges and other various buildings around Highland Park.

The bulk of the images date from the 1869 founding of Highland Park, Illinois to the early 20th century.

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Archivist's note

Processed by Konstandina D Argyropoulos, 2012.

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Physical storage

  • Box: 1-2