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Date: 1918
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16319
Description: Woman and Girls Posed at the St. Jacobus Evangelical Lutheran Church World War Honor Roll (1917-1918). Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1915
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16299
Description: View looking Southwest from the steeple of St. Jacobus Evangelical Lutheran Church. 72 Street is in the Foreground. in the distance are St. Marys R.C. Church and P.S. 78. Print made from lantern slide ... More
Date: 1915
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16422
Description: View looking West from the Steeple of St. Jacobus Evangelical Lutheran Church. 72 Streen is in the Foreground. P.S. 12, the Winfield School, Faces 43 Ave. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1913
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16300
Description: Family group posed around automobile in front of St. Jacobus Evangelical Lutheran Church. Auto license plate appears to Be 1913 or 1915. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1912
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16330
Description: Looking South along 69 St. to Queens Blvd. Banner Hanging across the Roadway Reads "Welcome Firemen". June 1912. 50th Anniversary of the Goodeson Fire Company. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1912
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16379
Description: Decorated wagon from St. Jacobus evangelical. Lutheran Church driving past C. Lenhards Saloon. 69 St. Just South of 50 Ave. (Old House No. 133).
Date: 1912
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16374
Description: Farm Wagon of H. Gebhard of Elmhurst, loaded with produce. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1912
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16305
Description: View of the Northeast Corner of 69 St. and Queens Blvd., June 1912. Sign on Building Says "Welcome Firemen". This was the 50th Anniversary of the Goodeson Fire Company. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1912
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16393
Description: Portraits of Firemen, Goodeson Engine Co. No. 2, Newtown Fire Dept.. Theo. Baumer; Conrad Hammerich; William P. Kleb; Philip Koppenhofer; Andrew Backer; Abraham Zimmerman, Adolf Buchmuller; George Coo ... More
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Date: 1912
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16361
Description: St. Jacobus evangelical. Lutheran Church. 43 Ave. and 72 St., Winfield. Wagons lined up outside church, prepared for church outing. Print made from slide.
Date: 1910
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16293
Description: Cashins Woods between Elmhurst and Winfield. Site of St. Jacobus Lutheran Church Picnics. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1910
Type: digital image; glass plate negative; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16340
Description: Children playing in the snow in the churchyard. on 72 St. at 43 Ave., Winfield. Print made from slide; old glass plate negative cracked.
Date: 1910
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16297
Description: Frame dwellings along an unidentified roadway in Winfield. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1910
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16385
Description: Group in a Pavilion, possibly at North Beach or at a local hall or picnic grove. May be the golden wedding anniversary of the elderly couple seated at the table. Print made from lantern slide.
Date: 1910
Type: digital image; lantern slide; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16432
Description: Looking East along Queens Blvd. from 69 St., Winfield (now Woodside). At right is building of Worms Bros., Cigar Manufacturers. At far left is Manwarings Junction Hotel with the General Store beyond. ... More