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7 years ago
Luddite
There was a small Western Union place next to the print shop I worked at in 1973 on Western between 58th and 59th. it was closing down at that time and was full of teletype terminals and related junk. wish I had bought the vacum tubes they had,some are worth money today.
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7 years ago
Luddite
Thanks for those links. the view of the Central avenue side is what I was looking for.
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7 years ago
Luddite
Not the one just torn down, this one was on the northeast corner of 63rd and Central. does anyone remember what occupied the corner building where the tavern was on the side facing Central and north of 63rd? I recall seeing some kind of diner there when my parents took a ride to see the planes land at Midway. this would be between 1958-61.
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7 years ago
Luddite
you have to click on the individual files in the directory to download them. put your cursor over polkk.pdf and click to download the listing for all streets beginning with "K"
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7 years ago
Luddite
this will get the full list http://www.chsmedia.org/househistory/polk/Menus/
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7 years ago
Luddite
Boeger-Brinkman Cemetery is in the south parking lot ofYorktown Mall next to Butterfied road. about 1/2 block square and over 100 years old.
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7 years ago
Luddite
The names were Joe and Louise Vobroucek, they were Czech on both sides. Joe was my mothers uncle and he was the gardener. We kept envelopes full of seeds from him for at least 20 years after he passed. He died of a heart attack on his first ever vacation in Las Vegas. Louise followed him in 1966 and the house went to her relatives, the place was like a 1930s time capsule. They came with us on
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7 years ago
Luddite
My Great Uncle lived down the street from the park at 2233. We had to back up the car to Oakley from there, always fun in winter. He will be gone 50 years next month.
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7 years ago
Luddite
Richard Stachowski Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Anybody remember Rex TV service at 60th & Pulaski > or Home TV At Archer west of Kedzie in the > basement on the north side of Archer. The one on Archer was owned by a guy named Suda. My aunt worked for him until he died sometime in the 70's
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