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Portion of the East Side Inn (later Eastside Centre) before its rehabilitation in 1986.

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Construction work on the State Street Bridge, looking east towards the News Tower, City Hall, and East Side Inn.

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The group depicted, marching behind what appears to be a Red Cross banner, is made up of women in uniform. It's uncertain if they are nurses or nuns. This portion of the parade is on E. State Street, passing Rockford Printing (214-216 E. State),…

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A group of women wearing nurse uniforms are marching east on E. State Street. On the left is Rockford Printing, 214-216 E. State, next is Davis Candy Co., 218 E. State, and then the East Side Inn Cafe, 222 E. State, which is in the East Side Inn,…

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The musicians in this band are marching on East State Street in front of the East Side Inn, 104 N. Madison St., which is actually on the corner of East State and Madison Streets.

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The police officers in this unidentified parade are marching on E. State St., with the "Coal" sign on the left denoting Rockford Lumber and Fuel Co. at 201 E. State. Next, the Rockford Printing sign can be seen, located at 214-216 E. State, and on…

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This unidentified parade is moving east on E. State Street, passing in front of the East Side Inn, the building with the large arched windows. Originally the Y.M.C.A. at 104 N. Madison St., this building became the East Side Inn in 1913.

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The YMCA Building, at the corner of East State and Madison Streets looking north, was occupied in 1889. The building was sold in 1906 and served as the East Side Inn for many years. (Reference - Sinnissippi Saga, page 370)
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