Veterans Who Have Passed–Milton Conrad Lindquist


Source:  Rockford Register Star, Oct. 9, 2021.

On the Waterfront, color promotional brochure/card – 2011

Source:  Promotional card/flyer produced through On The Waterfront Inc




Radio Programs, May 1939

Source: Rockford Register-Republic May 11, 1939

“Monster, blimp, Cubs in town for April Fools” – 4/2/1983


Source: Rockford Register Star April 2, 1983









“Air Date Nears for WCEE-TV” – 1965




Source:  Rockford Morning Star August 8, 1965

Chuck Diamond – 1997

Chuck Diamond

Source:  Rockford Register Star February 19, 1997


W.R.O.K. – 2

WROK 1969

Source: Rockford Rocked

WROK 1975 Mother's Day Concert

Source: www.facebook Rockford Rocked


Source: Rockford Rocked

WROK Beatles Gold

Source: Rockford Register Star 11/26/1985


above, Softball team 1986


Main St., North, 849

Dr. William H. Fitch, wife Katherine, physician and surgeon, office 304-305 Masonic Temple res. 849 N. Main

Source: 1909 Rockford City Directory

built 1904, Georgian architecture home of late Dr. W.H. Fitch purchased by Lloyd Thomas, WROK manager house fronts on Rock River. Original property of W.T. Robertson. Arthur Hoyne, Chicago architect drew plans for building.

Source: Rockford Register Republic 10/12/1939

1950-1960 resident: Police Sgt. Carl Hartje.

“yielding to the new Whitman St. Bridge”

W.H. Fitch House, 1903 (surgeon, died 1920)

849 N. Main St.

Dr. Fitch’s house, 849 N. Main St. house destroyed to make way for bridge entry

Rockford VFW owned for 3 1/2 years 1946-1950

res. 1939-1938 Dr. Maude Stowall

Source: Rockford Register Republic 4/11/1960 & Rockfordiana: Historic House 2