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    • Prospect Street in Galena, Ill.

    • Architecture--United States--Illinois--History; Streets--United States--Illinois--History; Youth--United States--Illinois--History; Women--United States--Illinois--History
    • Print, photographic, sepia-toned, showing women and children on Prospect Street in Galena, Ill. Trees line the street; children stand on the sidewalk and in the street. A group of three women stands to the right of the photo. Photo is mounted on...
    • High School Steps, Galena, Ill.

    • Architecture--United States--Illinois--History
    • Print, photographic, sepia-toned, showing Green Street (or "high school") steps between Bench and Prospect Streets in Galena. Men, women, and children stand on the steps and at their base. Men wear suits. All wear hats. Printed at bottom of photo...
    • Water Works Building, Galena, Ill.

    • Architecture--Illinois--History;
    • Print, photographic, sepia-toned, showing the Water Works building at the corner of Bouthillier Street and Park Avenue in Galena. Two women in long skirts and long sleeves, wearing hats, walk along the sidewalk in front of building. Building has a...
    • High School Steps, Galena, Ill.

    • Architecture--United States--Illinois--History; Photographers-United States--Illinois--History
    • Print, photographic, sepia-toned, showing Green Street (or "high school") steps between Bench and Prospect Streets in Galena. Four children and one man, all wearing coats and hats, stand on the wooden steps. The Loveland House is visible at the top...
    • Trautwein Home on High Street, Galena, Ill.

    • Architecture--Illinois--History
    • Print, photographic, black and white, showing the Trautwein home on High Street in Galena. House is two stories with horizontal siding and shutters. A man and woman stand behind the house. A fenced garden is in front of house. Printed on postcard...
    • Pope House -- 610 Longwood Avenue -- Built in 1910.

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • The 2-1/2 story dark red brick home with a shallow gable roof and deep overhand is located on a wooded lot next to a ravine. Although the home is tall and stately, it has clear reference to the Prairie School in its geometric simplicity, the...
    • 101 Park Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built about 1906 in the Prairie style and attributed to the architectural firm of Spencer and Powers. It is known as the Robert P. Walker House.
    • 1018 Eastwood Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Period style, 1910-1940.;
    • This house was built in 1952 in the Period and English style by architect Homer G. Sailor. It is known as the John F. Stringer House.
    • 1023 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the Lute F. Kissam House.
    • 1025 Forest Avenue

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Period style, 1910-1940.;
    • This house was built about 1928 in the Period and English style by architect Solon S. Bernan, Jr. It is known as the W. S. Harvey House.
    • 1027 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the William F. Ross House.
    • 1030 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the Hollis R. Root House.
    • 1031 Meadow Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Prairie style, 1900-1920.;
    • This house was built in 1915 in the Prairie style by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is known as the William F. Kier House.
    • 1072 Sheridan Road

    • Architecture -- Glencoe, Ill.; Architecture, Victorian style, 1880-1910.;
    • This house was built about 1894 in the Victorian and Queen Anne style. It is known as the Winslow House.

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