807 Brown Hills Ct.. – 1927, architect Barloga

photograph from realtor’s sale ad in Rockford Register Star; address confirmed on Google Maps, Barloga and address confirmed on Rockford Art Museum “Identified Barloga Commissions as of 12-1-1987”

Source: Rockford Register Star, Sunday, January 18, 2004

Online tour and both URLs invalid in 2016

Source of Kelly ad: Rockford Register Star, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2003

House originally designed by architect Jesse A. Barloga for Joseph P. Muller, secretary for Union Dairy.

 

Sold May 2009, for $235,000.

 

1964 Harlem Blvd., and 2212 Harlem Blvd. – architect Jesse Barloga

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1964 Harlem Blvd., designed by architect Jesse A. Barloga in 1925

Why so many homes are photographed in Winter? The trees and landscaping hide the home!

Source of photo: Jan Carter 2011

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2212 Harlem Blvd., designed by architect Jesse A. Baroga in 1928

Source of photo:  Jan Carter, 2011