“Rockford Exhibits Rich in Color” – July 1926

Source: Rockford Furniture Herald, July 1926, Vol. 2, No. 8           Page 3 above

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Rockford Furniture Co. – Jan. 1926

Rockford Furniture Co. 26

Source:  Rockford Furniture Herald January 1926

Rockford Furniture Co., W A Brolin, Pres; T E Swords, v-pres; B A Wilson sec-treas; Axel Erickson supt, 1009 West Jefferson, plant B 1192 N 2nd    Source:  1926 McCoy’s Rockford City Directory

Rockford Industrial Athletic Association – 1947

Rockford Industrial Athletic Association

1947 Ingersoll: Peterson and Clausen

1947 Anderson Brothers: Yeager and Crowley

1947 Meyers: Coons, White and Rainey

1947 Roper: McCrudden, Allen and Hearns

1947 Rockford Furniture: Anderson

1947 Nylint Toy: Cancelose and Seaberg

1947 O & H Foundries: Dumchoski and Savitski

1947 Ekstrom-Carlson: Hogland and Balcitis

1947 Greenlee: Orville Lindquist and Muzzarelli

1947 Contour Hosiery: D. Murray, Rathke and Steigler

1947 Ebaloy: Casico and Casico

1947 Rockford Drop Forge: Haeggquist and Berglund

1947 J. L. Clark: Swenson, Melquist and Schmidt

1947 Joseph Behr: Yeagle and Behling

1947 Mattison: Rinaldo, Pegoraro, Ivan Johannes

1947 Amerock: Rydholm and Garnhart

1947 Mechanics: Stewart and Saudargus

1947 Sundstrand: Stonis, Kuhl and Scrogston

 

Source: Rockford Morning Star, 07/16/1947

Rockford Desk Co.

1100 block No. 2nd St. across from Knightville

Source: 1894-1895 Rockford City Directory & 1928 Sanborn Map

Listed as Rockford Furniture Co., 1102 No. 2nd St. immediately north of Skandia Furniture Co. between both Ethel and Cosper Sts. across from So. End of Sinnissippi Park

Source: 19210-1928 Rockford City Directory & 1928 Sanborn Map

John H. Camlin

John H. Camlin

1526 Harlem Boulevard

Owner of Rockford Furniture Company, Henwood Theater Company, and John H. Camlin Company

He was long time President of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Gave speech to the annual US Chamber of Commerce

Later voted President of the US Chamber of Commerce

John Camlin, 1526 Harlem Boulevard
John Camlin, 1526 Harlem Boulevard

 

Source:  1927 and 1929 newspaper articles in Rockford Public Library’s “Rockfordiana” files, “Biography – Camlin”

John H. Camlin

John H. Camlin

1526 Harlem Boulevard

(Owner of Rockford Furniture Company, Henwood Theater Company, and John H. Camlin Company)

He was long time President of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Gave speech to the annual US Chamber of Commerce

Later voted President of the US Chamber of Commerce

John H. Camlin
John H. Camlin

Source:  1927 and 1929 newspaper articles in Rockford Public Library’s “Rockfordiana” files, “Biography – Camlin”

 

1526 Harlem Boulevard

1526 Harlem Boulevard

Residence of John H. Camlin

John H. Camlin Company, insurance and real estate; President of Rockford Furniture Company; Secretary of Home Telephone Company; and Henwood Theater Company

Also home of Mrs. Ottilie Gyler (Widow of Theodore Gyler), housekeeper

 

Source: 1935 and 1937 Rockford City Directories

1526 Harlem Boulevard

1526 Harlem Boulevard

Residence of John H. Camlin and wife, Kittie B. Camlin

John H. Camlin Company, insurance and real estate; President of Rockford Furniture Company; Secretary of Home Telephone Company; and Henwood Theater Company

 

Source: 1894-95. 1903, 1907, 1923, 1928, 1933 Rockford City Directories