Harlem Blvd., 2112

Frank M. Smith, wife Bessie, western lands, Masonic Temple

Source: 1907 – 1923 Rockford City Directory

Howard C. Gregory, (Alice) sec. J.L. Clark Mfg. Co.

Source: 1933 & 1935 & 1937 & 1940 Rockford City Directory

Howard C, age 43; Alice J, age 42; Elizabeth A., age 13; Margaret, age 9, Priscilla, age 7; Carl, age 4 1/2

Source: 1930 Federal Census

2112 Harlem Blvd.

Carriage House (2009); photo by Tom Powers

Source: Rockford Public Library patron

Harlem Blvd., 2116 – Jesse A. Barloga, architect

1926-28     William Walton, Mary H Walton, and Anne B. Walton, music teacher, reside 2116 Harlem blvd

Walton Garden Club

Harlem Blvd, 2116 - Mendelssohn

Sourcevof “Mendelssohn Club Artist Concert:” Rockford Morning Star Feb.22, 1931

Source of “Glories of Lilac-time…”:  Rockford Morning Star, May 23, 1933

Walton, William“Local Industrial Leader is Dead” from Rockford Daily Republic 2/12/1930.

1929        Howard C Gregory (wife Laura C.) secretary, J.L.Clark Mfg. Co., resides 2116 Harlem blvd.

1930 – 1942  Miss Anne B. Walton, h 2116 Harlem blvd.

1944 – 53   Walter R. Shafer jr (wife Frances S.) sales manager Smith Oil and Refining. homeowner 2116 Harlem blvd.

1954 – (1957 – didn’t check further yer) Chester J. Braatz, (wife Ruth) vice-president Barber-Colman Co., homeowner 2116 Harlem Blvd.

Harlem Blvd., 2116 Wingis

orange lines indicate property boundaries of 2116 Harlem Blvd., above, from Wingis.org

Harlem Blvd., 2116 - Mangas

Photo from street, by Marty Mangas, ca. 1968-1972. Architect Jessie A. Barloga. Commission # 274

Commissioned by William Walton. Built 1926.

 

Harlem Blvd., 2116  - 1       Harlem Blvd., 2116 - 2     Harlem Blvd, 2116 - 3

Harlem Blvd., 21116 - 4       Harlem Blvd., 2116 - 5       Harlem Blvd., 2116 - 6

Harlem Blvd., 2116 -7         Harlem Blvd., 2116 - 8        Harlem Blvd., 2116 - 9     Harlem Blvd., 2216 - 11

For sale May, 2010: $389,000; 4 bedroom, 2.5 baths.  Photos above, from realtor.com