Historic American Buildings Survey Joseph Hill, Photographer Dec ITEM #HB434452

Historic American Buildings Survey Joseph Hill, Photographer Dec


From Four Bottle Tavern, Old Dixon-Chicago Pike, Lee Center, Lee County, IL, Illinois
Published by Library of Congress in 1933

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This map of Historic American Buildings Survey Joseph Hill, Photographer Dec from Four Bottle Tavern, Old Dixon-Chicago Pike, Lee Center, Lee County, IL contains the following family names (or surnames):



Adrian, Agnes, Alf, Allen, Alva, Angela, Ann, Anne, Arthur, Barbara, Bear, Bern, Bernard, Bernice, Bert, Beverly, Bob, Brown, Brussell, Buren, Buskirk, Carol, Carrie, Charles, Clark, Claud, Cleveland, Clifford, Clint, Cons, Dam, Dan, David, Doe, Don, Donald, Donna, Doris, Duane, Earl, Edmund, Edward, Elias, Elmer, Epson, Ernest, Estelle, Florence, Francis, Frank, Fred, Gary, Gerald, Glen, Glenn, Goldie, Gordon, Grace, Grannis, Green, Griffin, Hage, Harm, Harold, Harriet, Harry, Hart, Hazel, Hele, Helen, Henry, Hills, Holland, Holt, Homer, Hoot, Howard, Irene, Ivan, Jack, Jacob, James, Jean, Jennie, Joe, John, Joseph, Joyce, Karl, Ken, Kenneth, Kissinger, Klaas, Lager, Lake, Lawrence, Lena, Leon, Lewis, Lloyd, Lois, Luke, Lyke, Madonna, Maggie, Manda, Marion, Martha, Marvin, Mary, Merle, Mesa, Middlesworth, Mildred, Mona, Muriel, Nan, Nancy, Nick, Nora, Norma, Oaks, Orman, Oscar, Osten, Paul, Pauline, Peter, Ralph, Ray, Raymond, Rich, Richard, Robert, Roe, Roger, Root, Rosa, Rose, Rout, Roy, Russ, Ruth, Salm, Sarah, Shank, Stafford, Stager, Stahl, Stamm, Stan, Stanley, Stanton, Stare, Stark, Stauble, Stearns, Steeby, Steel, Steele, Steere, Stenger, Stephenson, Stermer, Stern, Sterner, Steve, Stevens, Stevenson, Stewart, Stickney, Stiles, Stinnett, Stiver, Stocker, Stoeffler, Stolarz, Stoll, Stoneburner, Stout, Stover, Stratton, Straus, Striker, Strome, Strong, Struble, Stryker, Stuart, Stuck, Stufflebeam, Sturm, Stutts, Sue, Sugar, Sullivan, Summer, Summers, Sumner, Susan, Sutfin, Sutherland, Sutton, Swain, Swank, Swanson, Swartz, Sweet, Swihart, Swinehart, Switzer, Sykes, Sytsma, Talbot, Taylor, Telfer, Tennant, Terpstra, Terra, Thayer, Theo, Theodore, Thibault, Thomas, Thompson, Thorne, Thornton, Tibbitts, Tilbury, Tindall, Titus, Tobey, Todd, Toler, Tolhurst, Tompkins, Tonne, Topp, Torok, Tozer, Travis, Trepanier, Trick, Trimble, Troff, Troy, Trumble, Tucker, Tuitt, Turner, Tuttle, Tyler, Ulrich, Underwood, Upham, Urban, Valentine, Van, Vance, Vandenberg, Vanderhorst, Vanderploeg, Vanderveen, Vandyke, Vanhout, Vargo, Vaughn, Veal, Veen, Veld, Veneman, Vera, Verd, Vermeulen, Versluis, Victor, Vincent, Virginia, Vos, Vosburg, Wade, Wagar, Wager, Wagner, Walczak, Walker, Wallace, Walt, Walter, Wayne, Weeden, West, William, Williams, Zee, Zel

Map Information

Full Title: Historic American Buildings Survey Joseph Hill, Photographer Dec
Full Atlas Title: Four Bottle Tavern, Old Dixon-Chicago Pike, Lee Center, Lee County, IL
State: Illinois
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Publish Date: 1933
Publisher: Library of Congress
Number Maps in the Atlas: 18
Map Original Width: 7"
Map Original Height: 5"
Item Number: HB434452
Collection: Historic Map Works Rare Historic Maps Collection
Image Quality: Informational quality scan which is suitable for research use and lends itself nicely to being reproduced in our research print format.
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