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    • Arthur Harrer Farm Photograph, 1915

    • Farm produce; Farmhouses; Farms; Storms; Tornadoes;
    • Photograph of the Arthur Harrer farm located at 4100 Dempster Street in Niles Center, Illinois in 1915. Arthur Harrer was the son of Benjamin Harrer. Shown: unidentified people on the grounds of the Harrer farm (background) with rhubarb crop...
    • Mayor Adam Harrer Portrait, 1888

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    • Photograph of Adam Harrer, from 1888. Harrer was the first mayor of Niles Center, Illinois from 1888-1890. He was the first Fire Chief of the Niles Centre Volunteer Fire Company, which was founded in 1881. Harrer also served as a Village Trustee...
    • Haben Family Home at 8051 Lincoln Ave.

    • Architecture -- Domestic; Dwellings -- Illinois -- Skokie; Housing -- Illinois -- Skokie; Skokie (Ill.) -- History; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Case studies; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History; Homes; Residences; Butchers
    • Haben Family home at 8051 Lincoln Ave. Originally the first floor was the Harrer Meat Market run by Michael Harrer, father of Adam Harrer, the first Mayor and Fire Chief. The second floor was a living space. The Building is on the National...
    • Jacob Meyer Tintype Photograph, 1880s

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    • Tintype photograph of Jacob Meyer from the 1880s. Jabob Meyer was the youngest son of Elizabeth and Nicholas Meyer, who built and lived in the historic log cabin. Jacobs wife, Margaret Harrer Meyer, was a member of the Austrian Harrer clan who were...
    • Klehm Children Portrait

    • Women physicians; Physicians; Families; Children;
    • Klehm Children Portrait. Photograph of children of George C. and Eliza Klehm, after Lydia's and Emma's marriages. Left to Right: Alma Klehm, George H. Klehm, Dr. A. Louise Klehm, Lydia Harms, Edwin Klehm and Emma Harrer. The Children's mother,...
    • Justice of the Peace Log Book

    • Illinois. Circuit Court (Cook County); Illinois -- Politics and government; Judicial proceedings;
    • This bound justice of the peace log book from 1862 - 1882 follows a variety of court activities regarding local residents such as assault and battery, larceny, mortgages, and property transfers. Also in the log book are court summons, subpoenas and...
    • Home at 5309 Oakton Street.

    • Architecture -- Domestic; Dwellings -- Illinois -- Skokie; Housing -- Illinois -- Skokie; Skokie (Ill.) -- History; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Case studies; Suburbs -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History; Homes; Residences; Fire fighters;...
    • Home at 5309 Oakton Street. This brick house was built by Adam Harrer, the first Fire Chief and the first Mayor of Niles Center, in 1908. The house contained two fireplaces, two parlors, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The garden apartment was...
    • Niles Center Volunteer Fire Company, No. 1 Photograph, 1881

    • Fire fighters; Hotels, taverns, etc.; Municipal services; Signs and signboards;
    • Photograph of the Niles Center Volunteer Fire Company, No. 1 taken in front of Niles Centre House owned by Peter Blameuser, Jr. located at 8046 Lincoln Avenue in Niles Center, Illinois in 1881. People shown (left to right): Fred Stielow, Vice...

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