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During our Time

 

 

During Our Time: 1940 - ?

I continue to fine interesting photos of Roseland from our time there that I want to share with all of you. Many of them come from the Facebook page called "Roseland History." If you've not already joined, please do. You'll not only find photos from our time in Roseland, you'll find friends, neighbors, and family. I was found by a student I had in 1962 at Curtis, his freshman year. He's now a retired principal.

Yikes! We're getting old!

Enjoy!

 

 

The State Theater, 1940

 

 

 

 

 

Inglenook Restaurant, 11507 S Halsted St, W. Pullman, photo by Dr. Gene Ossello

 

 

Looking east down 119th Street

 

 

Roseland Buick

 

 

State Sandwich Shop on Michigan Avenue

 

 

State Theater and Rexall Drugs, 110th and Michigan Avenue

 

 

Florence Hotel Bar, 1940s

 

 

111th and Michigan Avenue, late 1950s

 

 

Fenger Girls on the Ave, 1961

 

 

Monarch Dry Cleaners, 114-140 W. 111th Street,  1960

 

 

Chicken Unlimited Restaurant on the corner of E 111th St & S Michigan Ave

 

 

Gately's Christmas Advertisement, 1950s

 

 

Before and After: 111th Street, East of Michigan Avenue

 

 

Stewart Ridge Community Church, 1950s

 

  

Special Edition, Centennial Postcard

 

 

1949 Centennial Float

 

 

 

 

The Famed Ave, 1969

 

 

Roseland Little League, 1953

 

 

Roseland Lions' Club Selling Cracker Jack in 1956

 

Do you remember "alleys."

 

Gately's Parking Garage

 

 

Eisenhower  campaigning on a whistle stop on a Pullman-made NY Central in 1952

 

 

Two Ton Baker and family at their home, 10128 S. Prairie Avenue
(Across the street from Bennett school)

 

Michigan Avenue and 110th Place, Jan. 1971