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    • Composite skeleton of fossil vertebrate

    • (G-11) Ayer, Linn, Butler, Ryerson - gift, 1915. E.J. Fischer, 1909 Los Angeles Co.
    • Composite skeleton of fossil vertebrate Smilodon californicus Bovard [sabertooth] skeleton in mount shop before installation. For Field Columbian Museum, Hall 35. A little of the background of the mount shop is showing. Geology specimen P12418....
    • East Court and Second Floor Gallery exhibits.

    • 12/30/2006 nmc: I think this one shows the East Court in the process of being arranged for permanent installation. The Mayan Stellae and totem poles were later moved to the South Court. But it's likely they were in East Court temporarily, maybe...
    • East Court and Second Floor Gallery exhibits. Including Mayan stellae, Grizzly Bear totem, and canoe hanging at end of hall. Field Columbian Museum
    • 130 West Maple Avenue

    • 130 W. Maple Ave.; residences;
    • Residence of Franklin P. Dymond on Division Street, later renamed Maple Avenue. The exact address is 130 West Maple Avenue. At the turn of the twentieth century, Franklin P. Dymond was president of the Lake County Bank and was an owner (with R. J....
    • Elm Court, Libertyville, Ill.

    • 215 Elm Court; 312 Elm Court; Elm Court; street views;
    • Looking west along the graceful curve of Elm Court. The brick house on the left, 215 Elm Court, was the home of John Eli Triggs in the early 1900s; after 1926 Ross S. Triggs lived there. The Triggs family owned a local grocery and meat market on...
    • 215 Elm Court

    • 215 Elm Court; residences;
    • At the turn of the century, John Eli Triggs lived in this brick home at 215 Elm Court. It then became the residence of his son Ross S. Triggs. John Eli operated Triggs Grocery and Meat Market, a leading business on Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville,...
    • M. E. Parsonage

    • 423 Brainerd Ave.; residences;
    • Parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Libertyville. This parsonage was constructed in 1900 under the pastorate of Rev. Marshall E. Dix. It was located at 423 Brainerd Avenue west of Church Street. In 1957 a Christian Education building was...
    • Gerard, Erwin; Audio Recording (1:19:51)

    • 485th Anti-Aircraft Battalion; Okinawa; Philippines; Chicago, IL; Coal City, IL; World War, 1939-1945;
    • 1:10 Discussing his life prior to the war 3:05 On being drafted and processed 6:20 Describing basic training as part of an anti-aircraft battalion 11:55 Recounting his duties while stationed in Hawaii 14:50 On shipping out for the Caroline...
    • Barringer, Floyd - Interview and Memoir

    • Abraham Lincoln Association; Governor's Mansion, Springfield (Ill.); Historic Sites--Springfield (Ill.); Lincoln (Ill.); Medicine; Physicians; Sangamon County (Ill.); Springfield (Ill.)--Historic Sites; Springfield (Ill.)--History; World War,...
    • Dr. Barringer, neurosurgeon and historian, discusses experiences as a doctor; early years in Emden, Illinois; his father, a country doctor; education in Lincoln, Illinois and at the University of Illinois; medical training in Chicago; his work as a...
    • St. Mary's Academy, Libertyville, Ill.

    • academies; convents; day schools; girls' schools; retreats; Schools; St. Mary's Academy; St. Mary's Road; summer camps;
    • St. Mary's Academy was a school and summer retreat for the Sisters of Mercy, affiliated with Mercy Hospital in Chicago. The land (20 acres) was donated to the sisters in 1897 by Charles C. Copeland; the property included a large mansion or...
    • St. Mary's Academy, Libertyville, Ill.

    • academies; convents; day schools; girls' schools; retreats; Schools; St. Mary's Academy; St. Mary's Road; summer camps;
    • St. Mary's Academy was a school and summer retreat for the Sisters of Mercy, affiliated with Mercy Hospital in Chicago. The land (20 acres) was donated to the sisters in 1897 by Charles C. Copeland; the property included a large mansion or...
    • St. Mary's Academy

    • academies; convents; day schools; girls' schools; retreats; St. Mary's Road, summer camps; Moran Collection
    • St. Mary's Academy was a school and summer retreat for the Sisters of Mercy, affiliated with Mercy Hospital in Chicago. The land (20 acres) was donated to the sisters in 1897 by Charles C. Copeland; the property included a large mansion or...
    • St. Mary's Academy

    • academies; convents; day schools; girls' schools; retreats; St. Mary's Road, summer camps; Moran Collection
    • St. Mary's Academy was a school and summer retreat for the Sisters of Mercy, affiliated with Mercy Hospital in Chicago. The land (20 acres) was donated to the sisters in 1897 by Charles C. Copeland; the property included a large mansion or...

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