Special Collections and Preservation Division
Neighborhood History Research Collection
[Bulk dates, 1850-1975]
5 linear ft., 364 photographs, 17 oversize folders
Call number: Archives_CRCC
The first permanent settlement in the Calumet region was made in the early 1840s by a small colony of Dutch immigrants. Originally from Holland, they came to the area looking for a better way of life. They were mainly farmers and began buying plots of land throughout the region. Most of them chose to live in what they called "Low Prairie" (South Holland). A few years later, another group came from Holland and soon settled in "High Prairie," later known as Roseland.
The area prospered as a farm community until 1880, when George M. Pullman moved his company and employees nearby and founded the Town of Pullman. Many farmers sold their holdings for large profits, and the land was then subdivided and laid out in lots for businesses, churches, residences and schools. This growth culminated in the annexation of the region to the City of Chicago in 1889. Included in this area known as the Calumet region as well as Roseland, Pullman and South Holland, are Dolton, Fernwood, Gano, Kensigton, Riverdale, Rosemoor and West Pullman.
The area continued to grow and develop over the years, until the late 1950s and early 1960s, when many area residents began to move further north and closer to the city of Chicago.
This collection consists of an initial accession and four supplements. Oversized material and artifacts, separated from the manuscript portion of the collection, are described under Separation Records following Series Descriptions below. Photographs are described following Series Descriptions for the initial accession.
Important subjects and personalities covered throughout the collection
George A. Brennan (see: The George A. Brennan Papers)
The Calumet Pioneer Historical Society (see: Papers of the Calumet Pioneer Historical Society)
The DeJong Family
The DeYoung Family
Eleven Mile House Tavern
Fenger High School (see: The Fenger High School Collection)
First Reformed Church of Roseland
The Gouwens Family
Jessen and Smith, Milk Dealers
The Koopman Family
The Kuyper Family
Lake Calumet Family
The Madderom Family
Political Organizations-Ninth Ward
Hans B. Schnell
South End Reporter
Jan Verhoef (correspondence written in Dutch)
Initial Accession:Series I: Biographical Data, 1850-1972
This series contains such items as historical biographies, memorabilia, newsclippings and related material on the pioneers and early residents of the area. The files are arranged alphabetically by family name, and cross-reference is made to Portrait and Family Photographs found in the Audio-Visual Collection, Appendix B.
Series II: Business Establishments, 1890-1974
This series is comprised mainly of individual items from or on area businesses, such as annual yearbooks, brochures, bulletins, historical sketches, newsclippimgs and receipts. The files are arranged in alphabetical order by name of establishment.
Series III: Church Records, 1905-1972
The material in this series includes such items as announcements, brochures, bulletins, historical sketches, newsclippings and programs on a wide variety of churches in the community. The series is divided into two separate categories:
Comprising general information on area churches. Subseries B: Church Histories
Announcements, brochures, bulletins and related
materials, filed in alphabetical order by Church name. Series IV: Clubs and Organizations, 1898-1963 (predominantly 1940s, 1950s)
Numerous civil and social groups are represented in this series by bulletins, historical sketches newsclippings, programs and related material. The files are arranged alphabetically by name of organization.
Series V: Community Historical Sketches and Newsclippings, 1868-1975
This large research series contains historical sketches, newsclippings, and related material on a wide variety of subjects relevant to the Calumet region. The series is divided into two separate categories:
The historical sketches in this subseries cover a wide range of topics and were mainly written by early pioneers and residents of the Calumet region. Also included are newsclippings from local newspapers, and serials such as "The Story of High Prairie," by Peter De Young, which appeared in various Holland-American newspapers of the midwest in 1949. The files are arranged in alphabetical order by name of region. Subseries B: South End Reporter, 1959.
This small subseries appeared weekly in the South End Reporter in 1959, and featured old photographs and narratives of early scenes in the Calumet Region. Series VI: Hospitals, 1926-1964 (predominately 1960s)
This small series of one file folder consists of brochures, newsclippings and newsletters on Roseland Community Hospital.
Series VII: Parks, 1915-1955 (predominately 1940s)
The two major parks of the community, Palmer Park and West Pullman Park, are represented in this small series by newsclippings and programs, and are arranged in alphabetical order.
Series VIII: Schools, 1922-1960
The material in this series includes such items as attendance records, historical sketches, newsclippings, programs and various publications such as school newspapers and yearbooks, on many of the grammar and high school of the Calumet area. Material is arranged alphabetically by school name.
Approximately 342 Photographs have been removed from the manuscript material and placed in the Audio-Visual Collection. An index to these photographs can be found following the Box and Folder Inventory.
The majority of these photographs were taken by Henry R. Koopman, a local photographer, whose studio was located at the corner of 11th Street and Michigan Avenue for many years. His photographs and narratives of the Calumet region captured much of its changing history in detail (also see: Historic Pullman Collection, Series VI: Pullman Town, Subseries B: Community Publications, for Koopman's pictorial history of Pullman, entitled Pullman-The City of Brick).
There are also two Scrapbooks with the collection. The first concerns Lake Calumet Harbor and contains newsclipping on the opening of the harbor, the Cal-Sag Channel Project, and the continued growth and development of Lake Calumet Harbor between 1949 and 1959. The second scrapbook is a collection of two series of articles which appeared in the South End Reporter, a local Calumet region newspaper. The first series is entitled "Who's Who in the Greater Pullman Safety Forum." Appearing twice monthly from 1937 to 1941. These articles were short biographical sketches dealing with the executive committee of the forum. The second series was called "Know Your Neighbor," and appeared weekly from 1938 to 1942. This series consisted of biographies and "interesting sidelights in the lives of South End men and women." Both scrapbooks are in box 8.
Series VIII: Schools
This supplement to the Calumet Region Community Collection consists of four yearbooks of Mendel Catholic High School: 1972, 1980, 1986, and 1987. These document the transition of Mendel from a predominately white school to a mixed student body (1972), to an all-black student body (1980). Herein lies the historical value of these yearbooks value of these yearbooks as evidence of Chicago's changing neighborhoods and populations within neighborhoods.
Gift of Billy McCaskill
This supplement contains two folders of manuscript material (7:9, 7:10) and thirty photographs. Folder 7:9 is biographical material re Arthur Croulet, Jr. (b. 1878), being eighteen postcards and photos he sent home to his Pullman, Illinois, family during his service with the U.S. Navy in 1905-6. Croulet was stationed principally in the Caribbean. Because the photos do not concern Calumet, they have not been individually cataloged for the photo file. A descriptive list of the postcards is included in the folder. Folder 7:10 contains an undated newspaper clipping about the Roseland Fire Department.
The photographs contained in this supplement are described below. One of them (2.2) was included on the photograph inventory made when the main Calumet Region Community Collection was processed in the early 1980s. The origin of all the materials in this supplement is presumed to be the Calumet Pioneer Historical Society.
Supplement 3 contains a potpourri of miscellaneous items from a variety of sources, primarily concerning the Roseland community within the larger Calumet area. Material is contained in folders 7:12 to 7:16, and is described in greater detail on page 19.
Supplement 4 contains five issues of Grove Heights News, 1951-1953. "Cottage Grove Heights" is a neighborhood in the Calumet area. The paper was given to the Library in 1983 by Oliver Szilagyi.
Separation Record: Oversized Material
The following items have been removed to the Oversize locations given.
|Thomas Ewing Jr., DS to Isaac H. Burch, land bounty (Chicago) for Mexican War service of John Ellis, Washington, DC: 1850 June 1|| Oversize-CRCC 1.1
|Dirk & Antje Tysen, DS to Jan De Jong, land deed, Calumet, 1881 July 25|| Oversize-CRCC 1.2
|De Jong family, heirs of Jacob and Jan De Jong, quit-claim deed, 1886 Dec 30|| Oversize-CRCC 1.3
|Jacob De Jong, naturalization papers, Chicago, 1855 Jan 2|| Oversize-CRCC 1.4
J.W. Marshall, DS to John Ortel, appointment as Postmaker of Kensington, Cook County, 1873 Sept. 6
| Oversize-CRCC 1.5
|Ninth Ward-Election precinct blueprint map, n.d.|| Oversize-CRCC 1.6
|Roseland School-Attendance record, 1859 Apr-Aug|| Oversize-CRCC 1.7
The Daily Calumet (newspaper) 1885 Aug. 17, Aug. 18 (two issues)
| Oversize-CRCC 1.8
|"Survey of George Pullman Branch," 1933. Map handcolored to show ethnic boundaries, churches, and schools with list of library statistics|| Oversize-CRCC 1.9
|Arend Van Vlissingen Plan, Lake Calumet Harbor. Chicago,
| Oversize-CRCC 1.10
|Calumet Sag Channel Dredging Lake Calumet. Sheet 1 of 8. 1936 May 9|| Oversize-CRCC 1.11
|Comprehensive Airplane-Seaplane-Ship & Barge Harbor (Study No. 5) in Lake Calumet. 1939 Sept 14. Blueprint|| Oversize-CRCC 1.12
|Calumet Region: Its Industries and Resources. Industrial Supplement to the Chicago Telegram, 1904 Oct 29|| Oversize-CRCC 1.13
| Jan and Arie Hoet, DS to John De Jong Chicago, deed for land
in Cook Co.,
1880 Nov 17
| Oversize-CRCC 1.14
|Calumet and Indiana Harbors. U.S. Lake Survey, 1960. Map; colored|| Oversize-CRCC 1.15
|Calumet Highlands. Krenn & Dato Subdividers. Blueprint of subdivision, || Oversize-CRCC 1.16
|Calumet Highlands. "High Speed Profits in the I.C. Electrification." Newspaper ad for opening sale of lots in subdivision, Chicago Herald and Examiner, 1925 Sept 19|| Oversize-CRCC 1.17
Separation Record: Artifacts
The following Artifacts are maintained by the Pullman Branch Library,
11001 S. Indiana Street.
Anniversary badges (2)
Eyeglasses and case
Fossilized bones (2)
The papers comprising the Calumet Region Community Collection were gathered together by the members of the Calumet Pioneer Historical Society throughout its existence, from 1935 through the early 1970s. Miss McLaughlin, librarian at the Pullman Branch Library, organized the society in 1935 along with other area residents to promote community interest in local history and establish a closer relationship between the community and the library.
In 1981, the Special Collections Division of the Chicago Public Library received a grant from the Dr.Scholl Foundation to preserve neighborhood historical collection located in the library's branch system. The Calumet Region Community Collection was processed as part of this grant and reopened for research in the Fall of 1982. Updated March 1989.
The papers of several community groups, institutions and personalities (such as the Calumet Pioneer Historical Society, Fenger High School, the Ton Family and George A. Brennan) were separated from the general material and formed into individual collections because of their unique or complete nature. See separate finding aids for these collections.
The Calumet Region Community Collection is available to the public for research in the Special Collections and Preservation Division Reading Room on the 9th floor of the Chicago Public Library's Harold Washington Library Center, 400 South State Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60605. The collection does not circulate, although photocopy and photoreproduction services are available depending upon the condition of the original materials. First time patrons to Special Collections must present photo identification and complete a Reader Registration Form. Telephone inquiries on this collection and other Special Collections holdings can be directed to 312-747-4875.
Some duplicates and photocopies of original materials have been returned to the Pullman Branch Library.
BOX 1Series I: Biographical Data. 1. Ahnquist-Brandt:
Ahnquist, Rev. C.G.H.
Aurelius, Mary Ann
Baecker, Albert G.
Beckman, Victor A.
Boniface, Rev. Theodore
Bovenkerk, J. Casper
Brandt, Swan A.
Broakway, Mr. & Mrs. Dellroy
Broock, Mr. & Mrs. Charles
Burch, Issac [See also Oversize 1.1]
Cannon, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph
Claussen, William J.
Curtiss, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Barnes
Dahlen, Rev. M.A.
4. DeJong Family
Dekker, Simon (also see: Series V, Community Historical Sketches & Newsclippings)
Dennis, Merle E.
De Ruitar, Mrs. Arie
6. DeYoung Family (also see: Series V, Community Historical Sketches & & Newsclippings) [See also Oversize 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.14]
Eenigenberg, Mr. & Mrs. Henry
Elfline, John C.
Evers, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard
Exler, Rev. Francis X. J.
Fairbarn, Angus & Lucy
Farr, Hilda Butler
Fiske, Max Sr.
French, James R. H.
Gately, James H.
Gohring, John & Ida
Govier, Sheldon W.
Gustailis, Mr. & Mrs. Richard
11. Gouwens Family
Haas, Melanie K.
Hannema, Peter L.
Hanson, Ellen C.
Hewes, Dr. C.D.
Hillegonds, Mr. & Mrs. Cornelis
Hoekstra, Mr. & Mrs. Jacob H.
Holleman, Dr. F.W.
Howes, Shepard B.
Johnson, Jeff O.
Kaminsky, Joseph & Rebecca
Kartze, Frank G.
Keough, Rev. E.S.
Kickert, Mr. & Mrs. Henry
Kionka, Dr. Paul B.
Kitch, Mrs. Jack
14. Koopman Family
15. Kuyper Family
16. La Forest-Lundquist:
La Forest, Art
Lalan, Rev. H.L.
Larson, Mr. & Mrs. Charles O.
Lathrop, Mr. & Mrs. Bert E.
Lietzmann, Julius & Bertha
Link, Mr. & Mrs. Henry
Lipke, Mr. & Mrs. August
Lundquist, Carl August
17. Madderom Family
McDade, James E.
Maginel, Mr. & Mrs. Francis
Mansfield, W. H.
Martin, Mrs. Daniel
Medsker, Bertha Chadwick (also see: Historic Pullman Collection, Series VI: Pullman Town)
Michuda, Stephen J.
Myrup, Mr. & Mrs. Simon
Novak, Charles W.
Ortel, Mary B. [See also Oversize 1.5]
Paskauskas, Rev. George
Pasnick, Raymond W.
Patton, James & Florence
Pearson, Paul E.
Penn, John C. (also see: Series V, Community Historical Sketches & Newsclippings)
Prystalski, Judge John
Quinlan, Frederick J.
Quinlan, Sterling C.
Reich, Otto F.
Richter, E. Stuart
Roberts, George F.
Robinson, Norman W.
Rumbold, Norman W.
St. Theodore, Sister
Santeford, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard
Schmid, Mr. & Mrs. Theophilus (also see: Series V, Community Historical Sketches & Newsclippings)
Schmidt, Frederick C.
23. Schnell, Hans B.
Seefeldt, William & Catherine
Simson, Frieda Schmid
Strom, John A.
25. Swedie, Joe
Taillon, Rev. Eugene J.
Trompen, Dr. Cornelis N.
27. Van Breeman-Venning:
Van Breemen, Mr. & Mrs. J.J.
Vandersyde, Mr. & Mrs. Henry
Van Ess, Dr. John
Van Soest, A. Sr.
Van Vlymen, Mr. & Mrs. Louis J.
Venning, William J.
28. Verhoef, Jan
29. Vollmar- Wiersema:
Wesselius, Richard L.
Wexelberg, August N.
Wexelberg, Charles D.
Woodcock, Albert C.
Young, Johanna Orteal
Young, Mr. & Mrs. William W.
Zimny, Dr. Marilyn
BOX 2 Series II: Business Establishments
1. Acme Steel Company: bulletins, Acme Steel News, Summer 1961; newsclips 1955-59. [See folders 8:9-8:11 for Acme Steel News Oct,
Nov, Dec, 1961.]
2. T. H. Arcan Brick Work and Plastering: receipt, 1893.
3. Business and Professional Women's Club of Roseland: calendar of events 1944-45.
4. Calumet Index Newspaper: annual yearbook, June 28, 1964, June 27, 1965, June 29, 1969 June 27, 1971, June 25, 1972, June 30, 1974-[See folders 8:3-8:8]
5. Calumet Store: newsclippings, 1915.
6. John Cannon & Son, Plumbing and Gas Fittings: receipt, 1893
7. Carnegie-Illnois Steel Corporation: historical sketch, 1937.
8. Chicago Steel and Wire Company: newsclip, 1962.
9. Dalenburg Hardware Store: newsclip, n.d.
10. Drop Forge Works: newsclip, n.d.
11. Eleven Mile House Tavern: historical sketches, 1930, 1933, n.d.; newsclippings, 1930, 1939.
12. Family Service Bureau: newsclippings, 1955.
13. Gately's People Store: newsclip, n.d
14. Ingersoil Products: newsclip, n.d.
15. International Harvester: bulletin, Harvester World, December 1944.
16. J & J Tool and Machine Company: newsclip, 1963.
17. August Jahn, Carpenter and Builder: receipts, 1902,1903.
18. Jay's Food, Inc.: newsclip, 1958.
19. Jessen and Smith, Milk Dealers: account book and ledger 1892-1914, see oversize material; announcements and receipts, 1890s, 1906.
20. Kleeman Brothers: receipt, 1893.
21. Andrew Larsen, Cement Sidewalks: receipt, 1904.
22. Libby, McNeil and Libby: newsclip, 1959.
23. National Lead Company: newsclip, 1960.
24. Ooms Grocery: newsclip, 1936.
25. Oxford Market and Grocery: receipts, 1902, 1911.
26. Sherwin-Williams Company: anniversary brochures, 1955, 1966; historical sketches & notes, 1937, 1944; newsclippings, 1955, 1959, 1961.
27. South End Reporter: newsclippings, 1950, 1959. (also see,
Series V: Community
Historical Sketches & Newsclippings, Subseries
28. Theodore Werner Company: newsclip, 1955.
29. West Pullman Lumber Company: receipts, 1893.
30. West Pullman Works: bulletin, Review, December 1944.
Series III: Church Records
Subseries A: General Historical Notes
31. General Historical Notes, 1950s, 1960s.
Subseries B: Church Histories
32. All Saints Catholic Church: newsclippings, 1956, 1960.
33. Bethany Reformed Church: newsclippings, 1949, ca. 1960.
34. Church of Our Master: bulletin, The Builder, December 1939.
35. Congregation Shomre Hadas: newsclippings, 1948, 1962.
36. Elim Evangelical Lutheran Church: anniversary album, 1935; newsclippings, 1950, 1959, 1962; program (Talitha Kumi Society), 1946.
37. Fernwood Methodist Church: anniversary brochure, 1955; newsclip, 1960.
38. First Reformed Church of Roseland: anniversary brochure,1939.
39. First Reformed Church of Roseland: anniversary brochure, 1949.
1. First Reformed Church of Roseland: historical
sketch, 1932; newsclippings,
1939, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1955, 1958; pamphlet, 1964.
2. First Reformed Church of South Holland: newsclippings, 1948, 1950.
3. First Roseland Baptist Church: newsclip, 1948.
4. Fourth Christian Reformed Church of Roseland: anniversary brochure, 1969.
5. Holy Rosary Church: anniversary brochures, 1957, 1972; bulletin, The Rosarian, July 1942; historical sketch, n.d.; invitations, 1917, 1939, 1943.
6. Holy Rosary Church: newsclippings, 1937, 1943, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1956, 1957, 1959; programs, 1930, 1938, 1940.
7. Holy Rosary Slovak Church: newsclippings, 1950, 1956, 1960.
8. Lorimer Memorial Baptist Church: newsclip, 1959.
9. Our Savior Lutheran Church: newsclip, 1951.
10. Presbyterian Church of Roseland: historical sketches, 1930, 1940; newsclippings, 1944,1946, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961; program, 1911.
11. Roseland Central Presbyterian Church: bulletin, Good Tidings, October 1906.
12. Roseland Evangelical Mission Church: anniversary brochure, 1957; newsclippings, 1942, 1955; program, 1955.
13. St. Anthony's Catholic Church: newsclippings, 1950, 1952.
14. St. Joseph's Episcopal Church: historical sketch, 1940.
15. St. Louis Church: newsclippings, 1936, n.d.
16. St. Michael's Ukrainian Church: newsclip, 1960.
17. St. Nicholas Church: anniversary brochure, 1937; bulletin, March 28, 1965; invitations, 1937, 1940.
18. St. Nicholas Church: newsclippings, 1940, 1944, 1949, 1957, 1965; programs, anniversary, 1915, 1940, at St. Agnes Sodality,ca. 1920, 1925.
19. St. Paul's Lutheran Church: newsclippings, 1957.
20. St. Peter & Paul Church: anniversary brochure, 1964.
21. St. Salomea Church: newsclippings, 1948, n.d.
22. St. Stephen's Methodist Episcopal Church: newsclippings, 1956, 1958, 1959; program, 1910
23. St. Willibrord's Catholic Church: newsclippings, 1938, 1949, 1953, n.d.
24. Second Reformed Church of Roseland: newsclip, 1950.
25. Stewart Ridge Community Church: newsclippings, 1940, 1955.
26. West Pullman Christian Church: newsclippings, 1946, 1950.
27. Zion Lutheran Church-Anniversary Brochure, 1957; Clips, 1947-1960
Series IV: Clubs and Organizations
28. American Legion Post #49-Bulletin, 1963
29. Boy Scouts of America-Newsclip, n.d
30. Calumet District Women's United Catholic Auxiliary
#584-Minute book and ledger, 1917-18
31. Calumet Joint Labor Council-Newsclip, 1944
32. Chicago Polish Home Association-Newsclip, 1948
33. Cottage Grove Heights Improvement Assn.-Newsclip, n.d.
34. Eiche Turners-Bulletin, 1957; handbook, n.d.; newsclip, 1957;program, 1904 See also 4:16, below
35. Fernwood Improvement Association-Programs for Independence Day, 1909, 1910
36. Foster, J. Ellen, Club-Cookbook, c. 1900
37. Harbor Lights Boat Club-Newsclip, 1955
38. Knickerbocker Society-Program, 1927
1. Ninth Ward Political Organizations-Historical sketch, 1935; newspaper clippings, 1946-56
Ninth Ward Political-Map, n.d. : Located in Oversize 1.6
2. Porcupine Club-Newsclip, 1944
3. Roseland Chiefs Baseball Team-Newsclip, 1956
4. Roseland Eclipse Baseball Team-Historical Sketch, 1925; newsclips, 1956-57 See also 4:30, below
5. Roseland Kiwanis Club-Newsclips, 1956-57
6. Roseland Lions Club-Newsclips, 1942-61
7. Roseland Lodge #1062, Loyal Order of Moose-Newsclips, 1950-55
8. Roseland Women's Club-Yearbooks, 1926-9, 1931-53; Newsclips
9. San Salvador Circle #39, Daughters of Isabella, 1925-39
10. South End Merchants' Association-Newsclip, n.d.; program,1927; resolution, 1899; tickets for annual picnic, 1898, 1899
11. South Side Choral Club-Program, 1908-9
12. Tornadoes Athletic Club-Newsclips, 1956-58
13. Union League Club-Bulletin, 1930
14. West Pullman Improvement Association-Program, 1914
15. West Pullman Women's Club-Newsclip, 1943; yearbook, 1938-39
16. Women's Auxiliary of Turner-Verein-Eiche-Newsclip, 1955
See also folder 3:34, above
17. YMCA, Roseland-Anniversary brochure, 1937; membership list, n.d
YMCA, Roseland-Newsletter YMCA News, 1930 May 16, Oct
30-Located in Box 8, Folders 12-13.
Series V: Community Historical Sketches & Newsclips Subseries A: Community Histories
18. "Calumet before 1849," n.d.; "The Calumet region," n.d.; "The Calumet region and its early settlers," Eenignburg, 1935; "The Calumet region today," 1925
19. "Discuss sewer improvements for Cal Park," Hughes, 1955; "First settler of record came in 1838," 1949; "Old houses-Calumet region," Walter Doemling, 1955; "130th street bridge,"1949; "Settlers push responsible for Indian retreats," 1955; "Synopsis of history of Calumet region," John Penn, 1939
Zoning district map, n.d. (Oversize)
Calumet-Lake Calumet Harbor [See oversize 1.15 for map.]
20. "A commercial fishing trip," Theodore Longabaugh, 1937; "Lake Calumet harbor: its need & proposed development,"Longabaugh, 1937; "Lake Calumet harbor: may be delayed but cannot be defeated," Henry W. Lee, 1904; "Was Chicago built on the wrong lot?" Longabaugh, 1939
21. Construction and development, 1936-1955
22. Newsclippings, 1947-1962
23. Opening; letters from Mayor Daley & Gov. Stratton, 1955
24. "An incident in the great Chicago fire," Jennie Dewey, n.d.;. "Chicago. . .as studied by the camera," 1934; "Pictorial history of Chicago," 1930
25. "Fernwood."-Newsclip, 1898; "The Fernwood story," John Furlong, 1955
26. "History of Gano," Raymond Vejma, 1936; "History of Gano," Rev. J. Kuite, n.d
27. Hegewisch: The dream of an early industrialist," Drury, 1959
28. "Kensington," Johaanna Young, n.d.; "Kensington High School," Effie W. Miller, n.d
29. "Oakland history," n.d.
30. "Roseland eclipse and other athletics," n.d; cycling, 1895
31. "Business history of Roseland," Theolphilus Schmid, 1931; Business advertisements, 1898
32. Roseland--Centennial newsclippings, 1949
1. "Agencies," Albert G. Okrongley, n.d.; "Community study of Roseland, " Lewis Sprietsma, 1938
2. "Dutch immigrants like territory; Roseland is result," 1938; "Five old residents tell of early Roseland," 1913; "History of Roseland," Edna R. Meyers, 1930; "History of Roseland and the town of Pullman," n.d.
3-27. History of Roseland and Vicinity by Simon Dekker, c.1935. One chapter per folder, see folder 3 for table of contents.
28. "Hollanders first to make Roseland home," Geo. A. Brennan, 1915; "Oldetimers reminisce," 1949; "Roseland from the air," 1957; "Roseland history," n.d.; "Roseland history: suburban development," n.d.; "Roseland or tulipland, it's Dutch from the start," Drury, 1959; "Roseland and West Pullman," Laura Clarke, c. 1925
29. "Seeing Pullman-Roseland," Charles H. Gallion, n.d; "Short history of the first Dutch settlement," Goustra, n.d.; South End newsclip, 1934; "Tech honor student traces south end history from 1849" 1936; "WPA makes study of first Dutch settlement," 1937; "With the early settlers," n.d.
30. "Story of the High Prairie," Peter De Young (series of articles), 1949
31. "1890" by Dr. P. W. Holleman, 1932
32. "Looking beyond the Chicago plan.," 1975; "Pick 16 Roseland rehab sites," 1975; "Views historic buildings here," n.d.
Roseland-Schools SEE Also: Series VIIII-Schools
33. "The first schools in Roseland," 1938; "Roseland's first schools," 1911; "Roseland's first schools, n.d.; Receipts to Cornelis Kuyper for schooling, 1852, n.d.; Clippings, 1949
Roseland-60th Anniversary Celebration
34. "Pictorial Roseland," 1907; "Sixtieth anniversary... Dutch settlement," 1909
35. Roseland-Spanish American War
36. "The historical geography of the 300 block west on 110th place, Roseland... " Ronald G. Patterson, 1964; "111th Street," Ronald G. Patterson, 1967
37. Newsclippings, 1940s; picture postcard, n.d.
1. "Mario Manzardo recalls: Roseland's dream world of movies," 1975
2. "CTA preserves cars of others eras," Berger, 1962; "The spectator," 1952
3. Rosemoor-"Community which was nameless to be Rosemoor," 1937
4. "Social relationships and institutions in an established rural community," by L. S. Dodson. U.S. Dept. Of Agriculture. Farm Security Adm. & Bureau of Agricultural Economics Cooperating, Social research Report #XVI. Washington: 1939
5. "The South Holland onion set industry," Arvin Williams Hahn, 1952
6. Thorton-This is Thorton Township," 1952
7. "History of West Pullman," George F. Roberts, 1941; "History of West Pullman & environs," c. 1920; "Pictorial West Pullman," 1907; "Red Cross pantomime," n.d.
Subseries B: Newspapers
8. South End Reporter: Newsclippings; 1959
South End Reporter: Scrapbook (oversize); 1937-1942 Located in Box 8, Folder 2
Series VI: Hospitals
9. Roseland Community Hospital. Brochure, 1926-7; newsclippings, 1956-60; ENCAPSULATOR (newsletter), 1960-64
Series VII: Parks
10. Palmer Park-newsclippings, 1940-1955
11. West Pullman Park-programs, 1915, 1941, 1944
Series VIII: Schools
See also Series V: Community Historical Sketches
12. Burnside School-newspapers (Burnside Bugle); 1949 Nov 4
13. Carver High School-yearbook
14. Gompers School: 1943-50
15. Harlan High School-newsclipping; 1956-59
16. Mendel Catholic High School-Dedication ceremony program and miscellany; 1950-54
17. Mendel Catholic High School-Yearbook, 1972
18. Mendel Catholic High School-Yearbook, 1980
1. Mendel Catholic High School-Yearbook, 1986
2. Mendel Catholic High School-Yearbook, 1987
3. Roseland School; n.d. Roseland School-attendance record, 1859 Apr-Aug Located in Oversize 1.7
4. St. Louis Academy; 1948-60
5. St. Nicholas School-graduation exercises; 1922
6. St. Willibrord School-newsclip; 1940
7. Schmid School-newsclip; 1949
8. Van Vlissingen School-The World Reporter, 1927; Newsclips
9. West Pullman School-P.T.A. yearbook; 1940-41
10. Biography-Croulet, Arthur Jr. (b.1878)-Postcards from navy service; 1905-6.
11. Municipal Agencies-Fire Department (Roseland)-Newsclipping; n.d.
12. Churches-"Churches of Greater Roseland" by Jan Helge & Paula
Clubs & Organizations-
13. Calumet Club-History & member list; 1887
14. South Suburban Genealogical & Historical Society-"Rooting Together"-History; 1983
15. Historical sketches-"The Greater Roseland Area of Chicago"- So. Suburban Gen. & Hist. Society Research Series, vol. 1; 1990
16. Wartime-Roseland men in the Civil war-Miscellaneous notes; 1914-1948
17. Newspapers-Grove Heights News; 1951 Sep 22; 1952 Nov, Dec; 1953 Feb, June
(See listing of larger oversized material in Scope and Content Note above.)
1. Calumet Harbor Scrapbook; 1949-1959
2. South End Reporter Scrapbook; 1937-1942
Calumet Index Annual Yearbook
3. 1964 June 28
4. 1965 June 27
5. 1969 June 29
6. 1971 June 27
7. 1972 June 25
8. 1974 June 30
Acme Steel News
9. 1961 Oct [See also folder 2:1, above.]
10. 1961 Nov
11. 1961 Dec
1.1-14 Calumet Index (newspaper), interior views, 1951
1.15 Anderson, A.B. and Company, grocers, 1890
1.16-25 Arsmom's Grain Elevator, postcards
1.108-111 Arsmom's Grain Elevator, explosion and fire
1.28 Avenue Theatre
1.29-30 Chicago Drop Forge Company, employees, c. 1890, 1910
1.31 Dalenburg Grocery, 111th & Michigan
1.32-33 Dalenburg Hardware, 110th & Michigan
1.34 Eleven Mile House Tavern, 92nd and State
1.34a Roseland Bank, interior view, 1887
1.35 South End Buffet Company, 11900 S. Michigan
1.36-37 Ton Real Estate, exterior & interior, 110th & Michigan
1.38 Vander Ploeg Grocery, 10657 S. Michigan
1.39 Vandersyde General Store, 111th & Michigan, employees
1.40 Van Vlissingen Real Estate
See also 1.127 and 1.297, below.
2.1 Binyon's Point [Tavern], c. 1910
2.2 Roseland Cheap Store; Hiram Van der Bilt home, 1877
1.41. Fire Department, 1883
1.42 Fire Department, first automobile at station, c. Early 1900s
1.43 Fire Department, 1913
1.44-53 Fire Department, 1914
1.54-80 Lake Calumet Harbor, port dedication, 1956
1.81 Lake Calumet Harbor, aerial view, 1957
1.82 Lake Calumet Harbor excursion boat, 1956
1.83 Recataloged as 1.113a
1.84 Recataloged as 1.113b
1.85 Houseboat, 119th & Doty Ave., 1955, displaced by harbor development
[Filed with Residences.]
2.9 Drainage Canal Trip No. 2, 1909
2.10 Police Department, 1910
1.86-87 All Saints Church, 1967
1.88 Christian Reformed Church, street view
1.89 Christian Reformed Holland Church, 1890
1.90 Elim Lutheran Church, Sunday School picnic, 1907
1.91-92 First Reformed Church, street view, 1904
1.94 First Reformed Church, interior showing organ
1.95 First Reformed Church group (consistory & wives?), 1898
1.96-97 First Reformed parsonage, exterior and interior
1.98 First Reformed Church, 2nd building, erected 1867
1.99 Roseland Presbyterian, Sunday school, 1900
1.100-101 St. Matthias Episcopal-Cornerstone laying
1.102 St. Matthias Episcopal, exterior, 1967
1.103 St. Nicholas Church, St. Agnes Sodality group, c. 1915
See also 1.126, below.
2.3 Mission Wagon Papers and Tracts, 1899 (A.N. Wexelburg see CRCC 1.217)
Clubs and Organizations
1.104 American Legion
1.105 Doer's Orchestra, 1890
1.106 Chicago All-Stars, team picture, 1926
1.107a,b Drama League of Chicago, 1913
1.108-111 J. Ellen Foster Club
1.112 Knights of Columbus
1.113-113b Lake Calumet Boat and Gun Club
1.114 Roseland Baseball Team, 1898
1.115 South End Business Men's Association, c. 1900
1.116 South End Merchant's Association, 1896
1.117-119 South Park Basketball League, 1906-7 (119 oversize)
1.120 Sunday School Union, 1903
1.121 YMCA, Roseland, 1900
1.122 Bethany Reformed Church senior baseball club, 1908 (oversize)
1.123 Portland Baseball Team, 1907 (oversize)
1.124-125 Eclipse Baseball Team, Roseland, 1909, 1911 (oversize)
1.126 Bethel Baptist Church, Women's Helping Hand club (oversize)
1.127 Calumet Store, 110th & Michigan, 1872 (oversize)
2.4 Calumet Baseball Team, c. 1910
2.5 Knights of Pythias Temple Cornerstone-Laying
2.6 Roseland Band, c. 1890
2.7 Unidentified parade, 1896 [Also 2.8]
2.8a Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs-Cast of stage play; c. 1900
1.128-129 Palmer Park construction, 1905 (1.128 oversize)
1.130 Palmer Park pond, 1905
1.131-132 Palmer Park women's gym class, 1912, 1914
1.133-134 Palmer Park festival, 1910
Portraits and Family Photos
1.135 Ambuul, Mr. and Mrs.
1.136-137 Bihl Family
1.138-139 Brennan, George A.
1.140-143 Clausing sisters
1.144-147 Dalenburg Family
1.148 DeJong, Peter
1.149-151 DeYoung Family
1.152 Gohring, John
1.153 Greuw, Simon
1.154-155 Hewes, C.D.
1.156 Hill, J. Claude
1.157 Holleman, P. W.
1.158 Hoppe, Willie
1.159-163 Koopman Family
1.164-171 Madderdom Family (see also 1.233, below)
1.172-175a Medsker, bertha Chadwick
1.176 Moerdyk, Dominic and wife
1.177 Muller, A. Anna
1.178 Olcott, Chauncey
1.179 Ortel, John
1.180 Prince Family
1.181-182 Ravesloot, Johannes and wife
1.183-185 Roseland residents (misc.)
1.186-187 Schwartz, Louis
1.188-189 Ton, John
1.190 Ton, John and Aggie, 1870s
1.191 Ton, Nelli (Mrs. Jansen), 1870s
1.192 Ton, Lina (Mrs. Bagshaw), 1870s
1.193 Ton Family
1.194-195 Ton, Cornelis J.
1.196-209 Ton, family, 1896, 1899, 1945
1.209a Udelhofen, Michael
1.209b-210 Vandersyde, Goris
1.211 Vandersyde, Mrs. Goris
1.212 Vandersyde, Leonard, c. 1860
1.213 Vandersyde, George, c. 1890
1.214 Vandersyde family, 1860s
1.215-216 Van Ess, Bankas & family (pastor, First Reformed Church)
1.217 Wexelburg, August N.
1.218 Zwart, Heintje and wife
2.11 Fisher, Mrs. Williams and daughter, c. 1915
2.12 Raatjes, Adolph, 1937
1.219 10940 S. Michigan Ave., 1885
1.220 10941 S. Michigan Ave., 1883
1.221 Michigan Ave., near 103rd, 1940s
1.222-223 Michigan Ave., near 111th, 1880s
1.224-225 109th and Michigan (Vanderbilt home), 1888
1.226 109th and Michigan (Van Vlissingen home), 1909
1.227 111th Street, 1904
1.228-230 111th Street and State
1.231 113th Street and Michigan Ave., 1861
1.232 114th Street and Michigan Ave., c. 1890
1.233 John Madderom's Civil War record, which hung in house at 11044 S.
Wabash Ave. [Filed with Portrait Photos]
2.13 10808 S. State (Doemling residence)
2.14 Ortel & Elfine homes, Kensington, IL, 1868
2.15 Carey Watson home, Lilydale
2.16 Oldest house in Calumet (132d Street near Indiana Ave.)
2.17 Unidentified (Ton residence?) [Also 2.18, 2.19]
2.20 Unidentified Victorian/Edwardian homes
2.21 Unidentified residence, 1906
2.22 Unidentified residence, 1890s?
2.23 Unidentified residence, 1913
2.24 Unidentified residence, 1967
1.234 Calumet Conservatory, class photo, 1910
1.235-238 Curtiss School, class photos, 1883, 1896, n.d.
1.239 Fenger High School groundbreaking
1.240-244 Kensington School class photo, 1880s
1.245-246 Roseland School class photos, 1890
1.247 Scanlan School class picture, n.d.
1.248-251 Van Vlissingen School class pictures, 1893, 1903, n.d.
1.252-255 Van Vlissingen School faculty pictures, n.d.
1.256-259 Van Vlissingen School parade, Liberty Loan drive, 1918
1.260-261 Van Vlissingen School parade, 4th of July, 1892
2.25 Unidentified school picnic, c. 1900 [Also 2.26]
2.26 Mendel Catholic football players; 1979
1.262-269 Michigan Avenue parade, Roseland 60th anniversary, 1909
1.270 Michigan Ave., showing Roseland Theatre, c. 1920
1.271 Michigan Ave., Roseland, 1906, aerial view betw. 111th & 112th
1.272 Michigan Ave., sewer construction, Roseland, 1900
1.273-274 Michigan Ave. Parades, Roseland, c. 1930s
1.275 Michigan Ave., & 113th Place, 1890
Michigan Ave. & 111th Street, 1887
1.276 Michigan Ave. Sewer construction, 1900
Laying street car tracks on Michigan Ave., 1892
Indiana Ave. & 112th Street
Michigan Ave. & 11th Street
1.277 Michigan Ave. & 110th; Michigan Ave. & 111th, 1888-1900
1.278 106th and Wentworth Street
1.279 103rd & Michigan, drinking fountain, c. 1918
1.280 103rd & Michigan, 1914
1.281 106th & Wentworth, 1891
1.282 107th & Michigan, early 1900s
1.283-286 107th & Michigan, winter scenes
1.287-288 107th & Wabash, winter, 1967
1.289 108th & Perry Ave., 1905
1.290 109th & Michigan, 1890s
1.291-292 109th & Michigan, 1897
1.293 109th & Michigan, hay peddlers
1.294 109th & State, row of houses, early 1900s
1.295 109th & Wentworth, 1891
1.296 110th & Michigan, winter 1967
1.297 Bakery wagon on 111th street, c. 1890 [Filed with Business photos]
1.298 111th & Indiana, winter 1967
1.299 111th & Michigan, Pullman, 1886
1.300 111th & Michigan, Roseland, 1888
1.301 111th & Michigan, Roseland, 1890
1.302-304 111th & Michigan, photos of three corners, 1890
1.305 111th & Michigan, 1892
1.306-307 111th & Michigan, parade, 1892 July 4
1.308 111th & Michigan, parade, 1890s
1.309-313 111th & Michigan, parade, late 1890s
1.314 111th & Michigan, Roseland, 1894
1.315 111th & Michigan Ave., sewer construction, 1900
1.316-318 111th & Michigan Ave., new streetcar tracks, 1904
1.319 111th & Michigan Ave., looking west, c. 1903
1.320-322 111th & Michigan Ave., 1905
1.323 111th & Michigan Ave., 1907
1.324 111th & South Park Ave., winter 1904
1.325 112th & Michigan, new trolley tracks, 1904
1.326 112th & Michigan, c.1905
1.327 113th & Michigan, 1893
1.328 113th & Michigan, Roseland, ca. 1904
1.329 113th & Wentworth, 1893
1.330 1115th & Howard Street, 1890
1.331 115th & Michigan Ave., c. 1905
1.332 115th & South Park Ave., 1890
1.333 116th Street, Michigan Central RR station, 1911
2.27-2.28 Unidentified winter street, 1904
1.334 Western INA Railroad, 1888
1.335 Kensington Station employees, early 1900s
2.29 Spanish-American War Veterans' Dinner (?), c. 1915
2.30 Decoration Day services, 1932
CALUMET REGION COMMUNITY COLLECTION
1937 - 1942
The following index to the South End Reporter scrapbook was prepared in January, 1988 by Jan Helge of the South Suburban Genealogical and Historical Society. The index was published in the Society's quarterly journal, Where The Trails. . .
|ABELLS, Col. Harry D.||40|
|ADAMS, Glenn D.||32|
|AHNQUIST, Rev. C. G. H.||78|
|ANTONIDES, Robert C.||65|
|BALDASSARI, I. O.||6|
|BANKS, William R.||33|
|BAUER, Jack O.||48|
|BEBB, Mrs. Herbert||38|
|BECK, Leslie V.||65|
|BECKEL, Mrs. John J.||16|
|BECKER, Albert V.||69|
|BERKERY, Chief Charles||14|
|BIMROSE, Alfred Jr.||73|
|BOBLITT, Rev. Homer C.||100|
|BOND, Rev. Ray||93|
|BONIFAS, Rev. Theodore||51|
|BOYLE, Capt. Mark F.||72|
|BRADBURN, Robert F.||20|
|BRAND, Paul J.||1|
|BRANDT, Charles H.||8|
|BRATLIE, A. Herbert||62|
|BROWN, John R.||60|
|CALEY, L. G.||86|
|CANNAVEN, Chief Thomas||79|
|CARLSON, Albert E.||22|
|CARMAN, Dr. Charles A.||61|
|CASTLE, Guy H.||69|
|CHAPMAN, William A.||28|
|CHIMINELLO, Rev. Joseph||74|
|CHYLA, Rev. S. P.||39|
|CLAUSSEN, William J.||55|
|COONEY, Martin M.||12|
|COOPER, Perry G.||54|
|CUMMINGS, Wilfred R.||13|
|CUTTER, Max G.||24|
|DAHLBERG, Gotthard A.||67|
|DAHLIN, Rev. M. A.||101|
|DAVIS, Walter G.||44|
|DE COOK, Ralph||99|
|DE HANN, Abel A.||92|
|DE HANN, C.||18|
|DE VRIES, Walter||91|
|DE YOUNG, John||39|
|DENNIS, Merle E.||86|
|DIEHL, H. C.||16|
|DODD, Albert G.||102|
|DOPP, Miss Mary||6|
|DOTY, Fred D.||7|
|DU BOIS, Reginald||84|
|EAMES, Orrin A.||76|
|EENIGENBURG, Harry Jr.||74|
|EENIGENBURG, Harry Sr.||18|
|EHRMANN, Walter C.||47|
|ELLIOT, Dr. Robert H.||66|
|ERNST, Frank A.||17|
|EXLER, Rev. Francis X. J.||58|
|FARNAM, Miss Lillian||84|
|FARR, Hilda Butler||36|
|FIDDELKE, John C.||62|
|FLEISCHMAN, George W.||28|
|FRAWLEY, John A.||8|
|FRENCH, James R. H.||90|
|FROOM, W. I.||94|
|GIGNAC, A. C.||105|
|GILDIN, Joseph L.||41|
|GOUDIE, Captain R. A.||39|
|GOVIER, Sheldon W.||19|
|GRADY, Capt. Michael J.||11|
|GRIES, Ernest F.||100|
|GROVES, H. Merlin||59|
|GRUNAU, George B.||16|
|GUNN, Francis M.||2|
|HABICH, Charles Jr.||29|
|HAGER, Dr. Harry J.||48|
|HANEY, Robert C.||85|
|HARTWIG, Leonard F.||3|
|HASERODT, Mrs. Paul S.||81|
|HASTINGS, Ira J.||38|
|HATTON, H. L.||12|
|HAVERLAMP, Rev. Wm.||82|
|HELBING, William A.||90|
|HELSTROM, Mrs. Herbert||73|
|HILLSTROM, George R.||33|
|HOEKSTRA, Richard L.||17|
|HOMER, Chief John A.||14|
|JENSEN, Peter C.||83|
|JOHNSON, Carl E.||70|
|JOHNSON, Jeff O.||30|
|JOSTES, Theodore B.||61|
|KEOUGH, Rev. E. S.||12|
|KERR, Capt. James B.||88|
|KETCHAM, George A.||94|
|KILROY, Capt. Thomas||96|
|KISKADDON, William S.||78|
|KITCH, Mrs. Jack I.||88|
|KLAAREN, Rev. John A.||31|
|KOSTELYK, Cornelis Sr.||36|
|KUESTER, Emil F.||55|
|KURZ, Peter J.||89|
|LAMB, Cass A.||1|
|LEITH, Mrs. William G.||79|
|LEVITON, Frank C.||101|
|LINDELL, Arthur G.||26|
|LIPKE, Mrs. Edward H.||49|
|LOFGREN, David A.||52|
|LONG, ROGER H.||56|
|LORENTZ, Capt. George C.||58|
|LUCAS, Daniel R.||97|
|LULL, Forrest L.||75|
|MAGEE, David M.||96|
|MAHON, Capt. George A.||47|
|MALMSTROM, Ernest A.||41|
|MARCH, Louis P.||103|
|MASSMANN, E. O.||87|
|MATTHEWSON, Gordon P.||13|
|MC CARRON, Thomas W.||68|
|MC CLURKE, Mrs. Richard M.||57|
|MC CORKLE, Fred D.||32|
|MC LAREN, William||54|
|MC LAUGHLIN, Bernadine||51|
|MELILLO, Oscar D.||27|
|MICHUDA, Stephen J.||77|
|MILLER, Wyatt A.||52|
|MOONEY, Arthur W.||103|
|MOONEY, Capt. James L.||15|
|MORRIS, John H.||82|
|MORRISON, Charles E.||80|
|NELSON, Fred W.||2|
|O' TOOLE, Bartholomew||15|
|OTTO, Harold M.||65|
|PALMER, Charles W.||21|
|PASKAUSKAS, Rev. George||81|
|PEARSON, Paul E.||49|
|PHILLIPS, G. V.||44|
|POWER, Joseph J.||35|
|PRENDERGAST, Chief John||98|
|PRICE, Albert E.||81|
|PRIDJIAN, K. A.||66|
|PROVIS, Bradley M.||25|
|PRYSTALSKI, Judge John||5|
|REGAN, Don R.||71|
|REINECKE, Henry A.||49|
|RICHTER, E. Stuart||45|
|ROBERTS, George F.||9|
|ROBERTS, Leslie E.||102|
|ROGGEVEEN, John P.||58|
|SCHACHT, Frederick W.||25|
|SCHMID, Harold H.||30|
|SELBY, A. J.||42|
|SHARPE, Rev. Leason||78|
|SHEDD, Howard O.||35|
|SHINNICK, Charles L.||76|
|SIDLER, Hobart McKinley||98|
|SIMSON, Mrs. J. B.||68|
|SMITH, B. V.||70|
|SMITH, James H.||31|
|SMITH, Warren B.||61|
|SPURGIN, William H.||34|
|SQUYRES, James S.||75|
|ST. THEOBALD, Sister||87|
|STAPLETON, Capt. Wm. L.||46|
|STEERS, Fred L.||90|
|STEWART, Dr. Owen M.||37|
|STEWART, Samuel L.||50|
|STOW, Mrs. Clyde S.||14|
|STROM, John A.||53|
|SWANSON, Arthur E.||59|
|TAILLON, Rev. Eugene J.||80|
|TEACH, Jacob A.||4|
|TENINGA, Alfred J.||10|
|TUBBS, Dr. Eston V.||34|
|TUCH, Fred T.||31|
|TURNBULL, John M.||22|
|UDELL, Gerald S.||26|
|VALENTINE, Edward W.||93|
|VAN CLAY, Mrs. Mary||13|
|VAN HATTEM, C. J.||5|
|VAN SIPMA, Oege||23|
|VANDER MEER, B.||44|
|VANDERBILT, Cornelis J.||97|
|WAGNER, George E. Jr.||53|
|WALLMAN, Edwin J.||1|
|WATERMAN, Charles E.||64|
|WATLING, Harry J.||21|
|WESSELIUS, Richard L.||9|
|WILLIS, Urban G.||9|
|WOOD, Mrs. Harold F.||43|
|WOODS, W. C.||10|
|WORTH, Albert A.||104|
|YONKER, Henry N.||17|
|YOUNG, Leslie W.||95|
|ZIMMERMAN, Arthur J.||92|
THE HISTORY OF ROSELAND AND VICINITY
BY SIMON DEKKER
(CRCC folders 5:3-27)
Index prepared by
South Suburban Historical and Genealogical Society
|AMBUUL, Johannes||8, 14, 157, 161, 197|
|BAKKER, Rev. H.||48|
|BAKKERS||185, 193, 195|
|BARTLETT, Frederic A.||275|
|BASS, Dr.||198, 199, 205|
|BOERSMA||135, 136, 172, 195, 239, 240, 278|
|BOERSMA, John||277, 278|
|BOLKS, Rev. S.||35|
|BOOMKER, J. J.||132, 196|
|BORGMAN, Rev. Wm.||48|
|BOSWINKEL, J. H.||158|
|BOVENKERK, J. C.||136|
|BRANDT||195, 235, 236|
|BRAT, Rev. A.||51|
|BROENE, Rev. G.||43, 44, 45|
|BRYANT, Edward||236, 237|
|DALENBURG||113, 169, 172|
|DALENBURG, George||24, 134, 172|
|DALENBURG, Klaas||8, 23|
|DALENBURG, Mrs. Klaas||9|
|DALENBURG, Peter||8, 22, 24, 168|
|DE BOER, Gerritt||122|
|DE BOER, Govert||122|
|DE BOER, Harry||122|
|DE BOER, P. G.||121|
|DE BRUIN||195, 196|
|DE HANN, Henry||271|
|DE HAAS, A.||250|
|DE JONG||84, 86, 96|
|DE JONG, Abram||288|
|DE JONG, Rev. Abram||289|
|DE JONG, Antje DEKKER||285|
|DE JONG, Arthur||287|
|DE JONG, Benjamin||289|
|DE JONG, Cornelis||284|
|DE JONG, D. P.||123|
|DE JONG, Dirk||5, 288|
|DE JONG, Mrs. Dirk||121|
|DE JONG, Earl||132|
|DE JONG, Ed||132|
|DE JONG, Flossie||284|
|DE JONG, Fryntje ELZINGA||289|
|DE JONG, George||79, 288|
|DE JONG, Gerrit||79, 84|
|DE JONG, Hark||79|
|DE JONG, Harry||175|
|DE JONG, Hendrik||1|
|DE JONG, Henry||285|
|DE JONG, Rev. J. P.||281, 283|
|DE JONG, Jacob||8, 14, 22, 78, 123, 132, 281, 288, 289, 290|
|DE JONG, Jennie VANER MEY||290|
|DE JONG, John||79, 82, 84, 96, 225, 284, 288, 289|
|DE JONG, Martha||283, 284|
|DE JONG, Mary||284|
|DE JONG, Nettie||283, 284|
|DE JONG, Peter||1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12,14, 31, 35, 61, 281, 283, 284, 285, 288|
|DE JONG, Richard||289|
|DE JONG, Swantine||287, 288|
|DE KOKER, A.||215, 22, 257, 261|
|DE KOKER, Abram||16, 154|
|DE KOKER, Cornelis||259, 260|
|DE KOKER, Jacob||260|
|DE KOKER, Jane||257|
|DE KOKER, John||259, 260|
|DE VRIES, Gerrit||274|
|DE VRIES, Lambert||275|
|DE WIT, Cornelis||250|
|DE YOUNG||159, 263|
|DE YOUNG, Henry||157, 164, 230|
|DE YOUNG, Mrs.||162|
|DE YOUNG, Peter||164|
|DEGEUS, Rev. A.||47|
|DEKKER||1, 124, 125, 189|
|DEKKER, Abram||117, 118, 286|
|DEKKER, Harry||119, 126|
|DEKKER, Henry||117, 118, 286|
|DEKKER, John||5, 119|
|DEKKER, Mrs. John||121|
|DOEZEMA, Rev. F.||46|
|DYK, Nicholas||130, 131|
|DYKSTRA, Nick||258, 273|
|EENIGENBURG, Gerrit||8, 9, 10, 11, 24, 40, 158|
|EENIGENBURG, Harry||40, 122, 158|
|EININK, Rev. B. H||46|
|FRAATZ, Charlie||245, 257, 258, 278|
|GREENACRE, I. T.||234|
|GROEN, Rev J.||47|
|HASPER, Rev. H.||37|
|HEKHUIS, Rev. G.||40|
|HEWS, C. D., Dr.||197|
|HEWS, Dr.||193, 198, 199, 200|
|HOEKSEMA, Rev. G.||50|
|HOFFS, Rev. Harry||42|
|HOLLEMAN, Dr.||199, 200|
|HUYSER, J. P.||123|
|HYLKEMA, Rev. G.||50|
|JANSMA, Gerrit||180, 181|
|JONKER, John||5, 8, 14|
|KINGSMA, John||136, 137|
|KINGSMA, Mrs.||136, 137|
|KLAAREN, Rev. J.||37|
|KLEINHUIZEN, John||157, 158, 188, 191|
|KOOPMAN, R. H.||36|
|KOOPMAN, Rev. R. H.||256|
|KRIEKARD, Rev. C.||37|
|KROON, Albert||27, 62|
|KUIPER||124, 129, 205|
|KUIPER, Cornelis||8, 14, 62, 113, 114|
|KUIPER, Dr. Herman||52|
|KUIPER, Jacob||114, 128|
|KUIPER, Rev. K.||48, 52, 123|
|MADDEROM||27, 134, 263, 268, 269|
|MADDEROM, Abram||31, 86, 131, 184, 214|
|MADDEROM, Cornelis||23, 184|
|MADDEROM, Klaas||23, 24, 29|
|MADDEROM, Peter||23, 24, 27, 31, 214, 228|
|MC LEAN, Dr.||202|
|MEETER, John||107, 108|
|MILLER||114, 266, 269|
|MOERDYK, Wm., Rev.||37|
|MOERDYKE, Wm., Rev.||289|
|MOHLENKOPF, Henry||171, 172|
|NICHOLS, John||115, 234, 239|
|NICHOLS, R. J.||217|
|NOORDEWIER, J. Rev.||43|
|NYDAM, John||119, 124, 126|
|OOMS, Adam||27, 119, 120, 126, 129|
|OOMS, Adam||131, 132|
|OTTO, Gerrit||62, 214, 228, 229, 234|
|OTTO, Henry||214, 228|
|PAARLBERG, Widow||3, 12|
|PASKE, Rev. Te||284|
|POTGETER, Rev.||41, 42|
|PRINS, Johannes||27, 169, 185, 189|
|PRINS, Peter||23, 169, 184, 185|
|PULLMAN||86, 99, 100, 103|
|ROBBERT, Rev. J.||45|
|ROODHUIZEN, W. K.||210, 221|
|SANTEFORT, Cornelis||30, 143, 144|
|SANTEFORT, John||30, 143|
|SCHMALFELD||174, 178, 179|
|SLINGERLAND, Albert||160, 191, 252|
|SNIP, William||251, 252|
|SPOOLSTRA, Peter||122, 123|
|SPRIETSMA, Lucas, Mrs.||5|
|STEWART, A. T.||190|
|STONE, Rev. John Timothy||282|
|STUART, Dr. G.||200|
|STUART, Dr. Wm.||49, 50, 286|
|SWART, Maartje DE JONG||284|
|SWART, William||28, 284|
|SWART, Wm. A.||28|
|TAMMINGA, D. J.||173|
|TENINGA, Al||229, 230, 231, 235|
|TENINGA, Dr.||203, 204|
|TENINGA, Herman||229, 230|
|TENINGA, John||53, 159|
|TON, John||8, 21, 24, 67, 121|
|TON, John||151, 208|
|TON, Richard J.||266|
|TRAP, Rev. L.||48|
|TRAP, Rev. Wm.||50|
|TROMPEN, Dr. J. N.||204|
|VAARWERK, G. J.||178|
|VAN COEVORDEN, Isaac||116|
|VAN DER WOLF, Matthys||2|
|VAN ES, Rev. B.||37, 169, 287|
|VAN ES, Tena||169|
|VAN ESS, Rev. John||288|
|VAN ETTEN||161, 263|
|VAN HANXLEDEN, Nick||259|
|VAN HATTEM||269, 270|
|VAN HOOGEN, Rev. H.||47, 48|
|VAN LEUWEN||53, 161, 165|
|VAN MYNEN||155, 157, 263|
|VAN MYNEN, Arie||156|
|VAN MYNEN, B.||192, 215|
|VAN MYNEN, Berend||154|
|VAN MYNEN, Martina||192|
|VAN SCHAARDENBURG, James||165|
|VAN SIPMA||194, 195|
|VAN TUINEN, Jacob||211, 212|
|VAN VLISSENGEN, Arthur||239, 241|
|VAN VLISSENGEN, Arthur||226, 228, 229|
|VAN VLISSENGEN, James H.||226|
|VAN VLYMEN, Adolph||170|
|VAN VUUREN, Dirk||22|
|VAN VUUREN, Roelof||1|
|VAN WIEREN, J.||126|
|VAN WINDEN, William||31|
|VAN WYNGAARDEN, Dick||167, 266|
|VAN WYNGAARDEN, Peter||167|
|VAN WYNGAARDEN, Sanders||166, 167|
|VAN WYNGAARDEN, Dick||215|
|VAN WYNGAARDEN, Sanders||215, 216|
|VANDE ROOVAAART, Dr. J.F.||200|
|VANDEN BURG, R.||121|
|VANDER BELD||115, 123, 220, 226, 227, 240|
|VANDER BELD, Cornelis||115|
|VANDER BELD, Harm||114, 135, 167, 266|
|VANDER BELD, Jan||167|
|VANDER BELD, John||115|
|VANDER BELD, Luke||115, 132|
|VANDER BELD, Mrs.||135|
|VANDER BELD, Peter||167|
|VANDER BURG, Gerrit||188, 189|
|VANDER LEE, Gerrit||160|
|VANDER MEER||123, 183, 186|
|VANDER MEER, B.||130, 280|
|VANDER MEER, Jacob||209|
|VANDER MEY, Herman||290|
|VANDER PLOEG, Dam||123, 131|
|VANDER WAL||162, 163, 164, 227|
|VANDER WARF, John||126|
|VANDER WEIDE, D.||53, 165|
|VANDER WEIDE, Harry||165|
|VANDER WERP, Rev. H.||45|
|VANDER WOUDE, Aris||125|
|VANDER WOUDE, Oscar||140|
|VANDER ZYDA, Goris||239|
|VANDER ZYDA||114, 115, 135, 136, 184|
|VANDER ZYDA||205, 226, 228|
|VANDER ZYDA, C.||134|
|VANDER ZYDA, G.||73, 134|
|VANDER ZYDA, George||132|
|VANDER ZYDA, Goris||28, 113, 129, 183, 206, 227|
|VANDER ZYDA, L.||134|
|VANDER ZYDA, Landert||24|
|VANDER ZYDA, Leendert||8, 21, 31, 169|
|VINK, Albert||129, 130|
|VINK, Johannes||128, 129|
|VISSIA, John||121, 123|
|WAGENAAR, Jacob||122, 260|
|WALKOTTEN, Rev. J.||46|
|WAS, Dr.||198, 199, 203|
|WELP, Henry||27, 57|
|WHEELER, A. B.||28|
|WIERSMA||239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 245|
|WOODCOCK, Al||174, 179|
|ZWART, Wm. A.||207, 237, 238|