Harlem Hills Subdivision – first sale ad, tax sale of lots

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Source: Rockford Morning Star April 8, 1928, sent to us by Jeff Aulik

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Source:  Rockford Morning Star Oct. 30, 1946

Logli, Judge Paul – 1985

Judge Paul Logli

“Circuit Judge Paul A. Logli, 35, looks forward to summer excursion. “Once an Eagle Scout, Always an Eagle Scout.”

“He was a teenage member of Boy Scout Troop 37 at St. Peter School when  he achieved the Eagle rank.”

He is an Associate Circuit Court judge in the two-county Judicial District.”

homeowner 1720 Post Ave.

Plays golf, classical music devotee

He was editor of his college newspaper, the Lorian, at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa.

Logli graduated Cum Laude at Loras in 1971.

He was an assistant state’s attorney for 2 years here before entering private practice in 1975 with North, Ohlson, Logli, Boyd and Condon, before becoming appointed associate judge in 1981.

Source:  Rockford Register Star 2/11/1985, page 3A

 

 

Judge Rosemary Collins

1 photograph of Collins as judge

Honorable 17th Circuit Division Judge Rosemary Collins

St. Louis native

graduate John Marshall Law School in Chicago

came to Rockford in 1980

hired as Assistant State’s Attorney by State’s Attorney Dan Doyle

Collins started serving on the bench in 1989

board president for Children’s Safe Harbor

board member for Keith Country Day School

her husband is attorney Paul Gaziano, a federal public defender

Source: Northwest Quarterly magazine, Winter 2913, Vol. 10, No. 5, page 107