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- Tags: Wyman Street
100 and 200 blocks of Wyman Street, November 1993.
Tags: Wyman Street
A black and white depiction of the intersection of West State and Wyman Streets showing soldiers and nurses from Camp Grant. United Cigar, 202 W. State, is visible at top left.
A black and white photograph taken near the crowded intersection of West State and Wyman Street appears to be citizens marching behind a large U.S. flag. H. H. Waldo (a commercial establishment selling wall paper, window shades, pictures and picture…
This black and white photograph, taken near the intersection of West State and Wyman Streets, shows soldiers and nurses from Camp Grant on parade. United Cigar, 202 W. State, is visible in the upper left background.
This black and white bird's-eye view shows Wyman Street, with the Water Works tower and the public library's dome, to the right, and N. Main Street on the left with the Coronado Theatre's sign in the distance.
This photograph shows the south side of West State near Wyman Street. The Gazette Building, housing the newspaper offices and Steam Printing above, is seen next to E. C. Prouty Boots and Shoes with Dentist Bryant Kerr above. See also photo 83.45.98.
This photograph shows the south side of West State near Wyman Street. The Gazette Building, housing the newspaper offices and Steam Printing above, is seen next to E. C. Prouty Boots and Shoes with Dentist Bryant Kerr above. See also photo 83.45.102.
This view looks west across the Rock River at the Rockford Public Library located at 215 N. Wyman Street. To the right is the Jefferson Street Bridge under construction.
This parade of Company H enlistees marches west on West State Street in front of the D. F. Sullivan Jewelers building,crossing the Wyman Street intersection. The Spanish-American War lasted from April to August 1898. Note the Golden Eagle Clothing…
This photograph was taken during an amateur show at the Grand Opera House. The performers were L. Harold Clark, Mayme Axt, Mrs. Robert Porter, and Carl Ross. The Opera House opened on November 11, 1881 on Wyman Street. (Reference - Sinnissippi Sage,…