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Before the dark brown building was the Antique Shop it had been owned by Charlie and Isabelle Wipper and was a Texaco Gas Station. Many memories there. Wonderful people.
awesome I remember the intersection well ... I had friends right down the road . John Wallace. .....The Iron Pot my parents owned down from there Bar & Grill.... wow long time .....Great Memories :)
We moved onto this farm one year after this photo was taken. It stayed in my parents’ name for over 50 years. Many memories...
Looks like the southwest corner of Grayslake Feed. Store is still there. The featured building is now a window store and the building in the lower right hand corner is gone and there is a war memorial/park there.
Great memories here looking at the new GMC trucks and the Massey Snowmobiles (Ski-Whiz), our first sled.
The greatest fairgrounds ever! What wonderful memories I have of attending the fair since the 1950s with my family and then later with my husband. Love the new fairgrounds, but miss this one.
Mike and Mary were one of my mom's best friends. Mary is buried next to my parents. Although the bar is no longer standing...me and my family have many memories of the bar.
Thank you for posting this wonderful picture of a time gone by that brings back memories to those fortunate enough to share time on this property
down the road, who shared many laughs and memories on the property even as the world seems to be going through so many changes in the mid to late 1960
, the special nature of this property remains timeless. Always grateful for the memories and lessons learned, times shared with family, friends and many strangers who became friends. TusenTakk!
work, blue collar. I would have a couple Old Style with dinner it was just a fun place and great memories.
to and from school everyday. We went home for lunch rather than eating in the lunchroom. I have many, many fond memories of this place!