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1 Court Place office building (formerly Forshay Moving and Storage) 112-120 North Court, September 1983. Court Street Methodist Church is visible in the background, as are red emergency sirens on the roof of one of the buildings.
Ziock Flats looking north on North Court Street from Mulberry Street. The Flats consist of six double residential homes within walking distance to the business section of Rockford, Illinois. Construction of these homes began in 1903.
Ziock Terrace looking south on North Court Street from Peach Street (Peach Street would later be renamed Jefferson Street). William Ziock was awarded the contract to build six residential double houses in 1903. Architect W. R. Keyt arranged the ten…
Looking east across North Court Street at the Court Street Methodist Episcopal Church located at 215 North Court Street. Jefferson Street is at the left lower corner diagonally to the center.
Men in circa World War I military uniforms playing musical instruments while marching in a parade. Looking north up Court Street from State Street, circa 1918. Court Street Methodist Church is in the background.
This aerial view of the Court House Square shows the majestically white and domed structure of the Court House flanked by (bottom then clockwise) W. State, N. Church, Elm, and N. Court Streets.
The imposing courthouse with beautiful grounds bounded by West State, Elm, North Church, and North Court Streets. Note the early automobiles parked at the curb. For a similar view, see postcard 85.109(I).295.
The Court Street Methodist Church was founded in 1851. The congregation built a church at its current location on the corner of N. Court and Mulberry Streets, dedicating it in May 1887. Overtime the church grounds expanded. A fire destroyed the…