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As this parade passes the Midway Theater and its ninety foot tower (right) at 721 E. State St., an unidentified helmeted figure is being hanged in effigy with a sign reading "Hell's New Ruler," perhaps a militaristic and political assessment.
The south side of the 200 block of East State Street, looking east, November 1993.
The south side of the 200 block of East State Street, looking east from the railroad tracks. Visible are signs for The Hideaway, Sheree's Show Lounge, and a storefront advertising pool tables and bicycles for sale.
The south side of East State Street, looking west from the 300 block. Visible are the Rockford Register Star News Tower, Capri Restaurant, Copper Dome Coffee Shop, and Coca Cola advertising signs.
The north side of the 400 block of East State Street in November 1984.
The north side of the 400 block of East State Street, looking west.
This view depicts horses and wagons on the street, pedestrians on the sidewalks, wires strung above across the street, and signs on the left advertising Doxsee and Son and Fritz's. Doxsee and Son were located at 407 East State Street.
500 block of East State Street, north side of the Street, looking west. Visible are Lawson's Art Shop, the Rockford Register Star News Tower, Rockford Orthopedic Appliance and Boston Restaurant.
South side of the 900 block of East State Street
This black and white photograph, possibly used in the Rockford Register Star newspaper, depicts the News Tower building at 97 E. State Street, on the east side of the Rock River between bridges: the State Street Bridge (lower) and the Chestnut Street…
An aerial view looking north, depicting the Rock River on the left and the News Tower building of the Rockford Register Star at 97 E. State Street. The State Street Bridge is in the lower part of the photo and the Jefferson Street Bridge spans the…
This black and white photograph, possibly used in the Rockford Register Star newspaper, depicts the News Tower building at 97 E. State Street, with its parking lot to the left, the Rock River to the right, and East State Street turning into the State…
This view of the newspaper building, located at 97 E. State Street, on the east side of the Rock River, looks west at the State Street bridge and Rockford's downtown area beyond that on the west side of the river.
This black & white photograph depicts a Barber-Colman event at the Faust Hotel, 618-634 E. State at 4th St., which opened in 1929. The dance floor is empty with a large group of people standing towards the back. Along the dance floor are four tables…
A color photograph depicting the inside of Beale's Jewelry, 406 E. State St. A female customer has just been served by a gentleman behind the counter. There are several photos of the outside of the store in the 20th Century Business Exteriors…
A black and white nighttime photograph depicting the B & K, Block and Kuhl, Company, which was located at 315 W. State Street from 1950 to 1959 and at 516-518 E. State Street from 1960 and after.
A photograph depicting a car parked in front of the east side of the newspaper building where the loading docks are located, around the corner from the News Tower at 97 E. State Street. The address on the doors here reads 107-111.
Four people, three men and one woman, pose outside the Clark & McKenney Hardware Co. located at 429 E. State St. at the corner of 2nd Ave. in Rockford IL. This had become the J. L. Clark Hardware Co. by the 1902 city directory.
A photograph depicting a clown band in an unidentified parade in the first block of W. State Street. The News Tower building in the left background is actually on the east side of the Rock River at 97-99 E. State Street.