from “Discovering Your Roots” … Jean Lythgoe and Jan Carter, Rockford Public Library, 2018

Source:  Northwest Quarterly Magazine, Winter 2018, page 125

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

2212-harlem

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

Source of photo:  Jan Carter, 2011

 

Main St. South, 115

D.J. Stewart building

Stewart Square 2008 photo: Jan Carter

Stewart Block

Source: photo at left from Rockford  [1893] 917.733 R59
Stewart & Co. Dry Goods ad

Source: 1905 Rockford City Directory p. 66

Stewart & Co. ad

Source: 1905 Rockford City Directory p. 82

Stewart & Co. ad

Source: 1905 Rockford City Directory p. 98

Stewart & Co ad fine china

Source: 1905 Rockford City Directory p. 114

D.J. Stewart & Co. High Grade Merchandise

Source: 1930 Rockford City Directory

Main St., South 113-117

Stewart’s D.J. Co, Master’s Shoe Co

Source: 1937 Rockford City Directory

stewart & Co Ad

Source: 1911 Rockford City Directory  p. 54

Stewart & Co Ad

Source: 1911 Rockford City Directory p. 70

Stewart & Co Ad

Source: 1916 Rockford City Directory p. 54

Stewart & Co. ad

Source: 1916 Rockford City Directory p. 54

Stewart & Co. Dry Goods

Source: 1921 Rockford City Directory p. 62

D.J. Stewart & Co. High Grade Merchandise Ad

Source: 1921 Rockford City Directory p. 154

D.J. Stewart & Co. Doubled in Size ad

D.J. Stewart Co

Source: Rockford Morning Star 3/20/1963

Stewart Story