The Chicago Blue Book of Selected Names of Chicago and Suburban Towns: Containing the Names and Addresses of Prominent Residents, . .

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1909
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Page 112 - crescat, floreat" is certainly in its place. II. CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Chicago Historical Society was founded in 1856, and in 1857 incorporated by the State of Illinois. Its object is to institute and encourage historical inquiry, to collect and preserve the materials of history, and to spread historical information, especially with regard to the Northwestern States.

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