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  1. January 2005 - Issue Number I
    • The Henry Esdohr Story
    • Houses in the Park
    • Life Sketch of Herman Esdohr
    • The Gateway Theater
  1. July 2005 - Issue Number II
    • Leo Schueneman - Bowling Alley Pioneer
    • Beaubien - 100 years
    • Charles Zickermann - The 99 year old Painter of Leland Street
  1. January 2006 - Issue Number III
    • Two Jaacks (but no Jill) on the Milwaukee Road
    • Our Lady of Victory - 100 years
  1. July 2006 - Issue Number IV
    • The Henry Esdohr House – Revisited
    • St. John’s Lutheran Church – First 130 Years
    • Oh, the Good Ole Days - as told by Edna Coca
  1. January 2007 - Issue Number V
    • Over 100 Years on Milwaukee Avenue - Edward Fox
    • The Central Avenue Jog
    • The Graham’s of Goodman Street - A Photo History
  1. July 2007 - Issue Number VI
    • John V. May Funeral Home
    • The Lovely Homes on Leland
    • Henry Wulff - Political Pioneer
  1. January 2008 - Issue Number VII
    • William Cross Hazelton
    • Olson Waterfall
    • Hoyne Savings - 73 Years in Jefferson Park
  1. July 2008 - Issue Number VIII
    • Jefferson Park - Gateway to Chicago & Transportation Hub
    • Letters
  1. January 2009 - Issue Number IX
    • Jefferson Park's Volga Germans
    • Milwaukee Avenue
  1. July 2009 - Issue Number X
    • Simon H. Cripe
    • Avondale and Chicago's Polish Village
  1. January 2010 - Issue Number XI
    • I Remember Portage Park
    • St. Cornelius Parish
    • Kiddytown
  1. July 2010 - Issue Number XII
    • St. Pat's High School - 150 Years
    • The Jefferson Ice Company
  1. January 2011 - Issue Number XIII
    • Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium
    • James B. Farnsworth - Educator
    • Mayfair Pumping Station
  1. July 2011 - Issue Number XIV
    • Jefferson Township's Oldest Church
    • The Polish Museum of America
    • Dr. Lewis A. Convis - Pastor, Lecturer, Traveler and Survivor
    • David L. Roberts - The Father of Jefferson Park
    • Six Corners Historic Kiosks
  1. January 2012 - Issue Number XV
    • Whiskey Breakfast; a Book Review
    • A History of Kosciuszko Park
    • A Photo History of a Jefferson Park House
  1. July 2012 - Issue Number XVI
    • The Early Masons of Chicago's Northwest Side
    • Hubert W. Butler
    • William P. Gray
    • Lyman A. Budlong
    • Andrew Dunning
    • Fred Esdohr
    • Henry Esdohr
    • David B. Fonda
    • George Dunlap
    • John H. Dymond
  1. January 2013 - Issue Number XVII
    • Luther North High School
    • The Northwest Triangle Football Team
    • The Early Masons of Chicago's Northwest Side Revisited
    • John Groenier
    • Henry Wulff
  1. July 2013 - Issue Number XVIII
    • Sears: 75 Years at 6 Corners
    • Antonio Pasin and His Little Red Wagon

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