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    • Universal Casualty Co. v. Lopez

    • Business and industry: Insurance: Automobile insurance; Law enforcement and the courts: Courts: Appellate courts
    • FIRST DIVISION September 17, 2007 Nos. 1-05-3376 and 1-05-3377, Consolidated UNIVERSAL CASUALTY COMPANY, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. ALEJANDRO LOPEZ; ELSA ALARCON; SUSAN GOODMAN; RANDY L. FINFER; BARBARA R. WEISS; MINDA H. SMITH; and ALLSTATE INSURANCE...
    • Siwek v. White

    • Business and industry: Insurance: Automobile insurance; Law enforcement and the courts: Courts: Appellate courts; Law enforcement and the courts: Courts: Civil courts: Liability; State government: Elected state officials: Illinois Secretary of...
    • Fifth Division February 27, 2009 No. 1-07-2600 Christine Siwek and Jerrold D. Erickson, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. Jesse White, Secretary of State of Illinois, Mary Beth Wheeler, Hearings Officer, Department of Administrative Hearings, and Illinois...
    • Borden's Two, circa 1910

    • Businesses
    • The Borden's Milk processing plant along Vine Street (today Route 47). The business opened in Huntley in 1906 or 1907, produced condensed milk. The convenience of the nearby railroad made shipping the milk into Chicago very efficient. When...
    • Heuer Brothers Restaurant, 1925

    • Businesses
    • Heuer Brothers Restaurant was located in the Pabst Building (built 916) at the southwest corner of Main and Church Streets across form the town square park. The restaurant was first owned by Amos Brothers and known as The Sweet Spot. Heuer...
    • Marlowe Feed and Hatchery, 1945 - 2011

    • Businesses; Farms
    • Henry Marlowe purchased the former Sawyer-Kelley Mill on Route 47 in 1945 for his growing feed and hatchery business. The mill dated to the late 1800s and was an historic landmark in the village until it was razed in 2011. Henry Marlowe came to...
    • Borden's Milk Plant Circa 1906

    • Businesses; Huntley
    • Built circa 1906 on Vine Street (now Illinois Route 47), Huntley. The local factory was a success due to the surplus of milk available from area farmers. When Bordens ceased production at the Huntley location, the Victor Mey milk plant moved into...
    • German Lutheran Church Built 1874 A

    • Churches; Huntley
    • Many people had come from Germany to Huntley in the village's earliest years. Many of these immigrants did not speak English. This German congregation was organized in Huntley in 1871. In 1874 the group constructed a small frame building. Four...
    • Trinity Lutheran Church

    • Churches; Huntley
    • This photo shows the church as it was built in the late 1950's. It was dedicated in 1958. At this time, the historic bell that had hung in the old church was not installed in the new church but was stored at the Borhart farm on Marengo Road.
    • First St. Mary Church Built 1873 B

    • Churches; Huntley
    • Area Catholics had worshipped northeast of the village at the Little Church in the Woods or southeast at Gilberts until the first St. Mary Church was built in 1873 next to Huntley Town Cemetery. This church was used until 1931. Circa 1909
    • Second St. Mary Church 1931

    • Churches; Huntley
    • With the congregation growing, a new church was built in 1931 on Woodstock Street. The church was built just as the Depression was at its lowest point and parish was deeply in debt due to the economy.
    • St. Mary Church Built 2001

    • Churches; Huntley
    • The new St. Mary Church on Dundee Road was completed and dedicated in 2001. Once the church debt was paid, a fundraising campaign to build a parish hall was begun. The parish hall was completed and opened in 2013.
    • First Congregational Church 100 Years 1952

    • Churches; Huntley; People
    • In 1952 the congregation celebrated 100 years of the founding of the church. Mary Bartholomew (1865-1958) was the oldest living member of the congregation at the time - she was 87 years old at the time of the photo. She lived to be 93. From left to...
    • First Congregational Bell Choir circa 2005

    • Churches; Huntley; People
    • Hand Bell choirs featuring children and adults are now part of the First Congregational Church's musical offerings. The church owns several sets of bells and training on the bells is passed down from generation to generation. Helen Marlowe is shown...
    • Letter from Mayor Albert J. Smith and Memo

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Press coverage; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion --...
    • The letter is from Mayor Smith to the Kitchener-Waterloo Skokie Support Committee in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and is a thank you for their message of support. The attached memo is from E. J. Moore, Recording Secretary, to William Siegel, Village...

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