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Lockport Historic District, Hyland Building, Lockport, Will County, IL



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HB448304
The Hyland Building, Located At The North End Of Public Landing

HB448305
Hyland Building

HB448306
East Block Of The Hyland Building, Which Originally Housed The Business Office And Supply Store Of George B

HB448307
Rear Of The Hyland Building.

HB448308
Interior Of The East Block Of The Hyland Building.

HB448309
Hyland Building, Interior Of The 1838 Portion.


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Location
Hyland Building, Lockport, IL

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER IL-16-I

Subjects
Building Deterioration
Business Enterprises
Stores & Shops


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. THE HYLAND BUILDING, LOCATED AT THE NORTH END OF PUBLIC LANDING. THE STRUCTURE WAS BUILT IN THREE SEPARATE STAGES; THE LOWER LEFT PORTION ca. 1838, THE RIGHT-HAND BLOCK IN 1878, AND THE UPPER LEFT PORTION IN 1902.
2. HYLAND BUILDING
3. EAST BLOCK OF THE HYLAND BUILDING, WHICH ORIGINALLY HOUSED THE BUSINESS OFFICE AND SUPPLY STORE OF GEORGE B. MARTIN.
4. REAR OF THE HYLAND BUILDING.
5. INTERIOR OF THE EAST BLOCK OF THE HYLAND BUILDING.
6. HYLAND BUILDING, INTERIOR OF THE 1838 PORTION.


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