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2nd Lieutenant Air Force U.S.A. HQ. & HQ. SQ. 20th Bomber Command World War II HQ. 437 Troop Carrier Wing Korean War Died Japan March 25, 1951 BSM [Bronze Star Medal]
By his buildings great in influence and power; his drawings unsurpassed in originality and beauty; his writings rich in poetry and prophesy; his teachings persuasive and eloquent; his philosophy where, in "form follows function," he summed up all …
From wounds received at Battle of Stone[s] River "Who will save the Left" "The Nineteenth Illinois"
First Black Heavyweight Champion of the World
Erected by Henry Graves, son of Dexter Graves, one of the pioneers of Chicago. Dexter Graves brought the first colony to Chicago, consisting of thirteen families arriving here July 15th, 1831 from Ashtabula, Ohio, on the schooner Telegraph and …
Born Nov. 4, 1819 in Bavaria, Germany. Died July 28, 1883 in Chicago, Ill. A pioneer of German Methodism in the Northwest; a member of the Chicago Methodist Conference, and for 41 yrs. a faithful Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. …
His crowning effort The Fast Mail United States Railway Post Office
In Memory of Members of the Volunteer Fire Department —————————— Firemens Benevolent Association Organized 1847 Chartered 1852 ———————&m…
Designed by the architect of the Old Chicago Water Tower and predating it by five years, the Rosehill Cemetery Entrance is a rare Midwestern example of castellated Gothic architecture. Many prominent Chicagoans are buried here in plots marked by d…
These monuments, which replace the deteriorated original markers, were secured through the efforts of General George Armstrong Custer Camp #1, Chicago, Department of Illinois Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War September 26, 1993
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