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Carpet Cleaning Rockford Il
- Carpet cleaning, for beautification, and the removal of stains, dirt, grit, sand, and allergens can be achieved by several methods, both traditional and modern.
(carpet cleaner) foam or liquid soap used on rugs and carpets
- Rockford is a mid-sized city located on both banks of the Rock River in far northern Illinois. Often referred to as "The Forest City", Rockford is the county seat of Winnebago County, Illinois, USA. As reported in the 2000 U.S.
Rockford: 1920 and Beyond (IL) (Postcard History Series)
Rockford's economic boom of the early twentieth century continued into the Roaring Twenties, when Rockford's newly-erected skyscrapers symbolized the city's "sky's the limit" ambitions. But the good times came to a crashing halt with the arrival of the Great Depression in October 1929. With its longstanding blue collar industrial roots, Rockford would enjoy renewed and even greater prosperity as it readily capitalized on the World War II war effort and the post-war economic boom years. With a collection of nearly 240 vintage postcards, Rockford: 1920 and Beyond captures this dynamic, ever-changing era as Rockford transformed into "Illinois' Second City." Inside, see now-familiar skyscrapers like the Rockford News Tower, Talcott Building, and Faust Hotel enliven Rockford's downtown skyline. Take a nostalgic trip to the Blackhawk Park Zoo and the Central Park and Kiddieland amusement parks. Watch post-war "car culture" change the face of the city with its drive-ins, shopping centers, and expressways. Witness the World War II revival of Rockford's storied Camp Grant. See the famed Wagon Wheel Resort in its high-flying, star-studded Hollywood heydays. Marvel at the destructive power of Rockford's deadly "Cyclone of '28."
Jackson Elementary School Rockford IL.
Front Row 1,2,3 Bill Ryhand, 4 John Kulluk, 5 Gene Robinson (later taught at Rockford West High), 6a Bob Anderson 6b Roger Ellsworth, 7 Wilford Christenson, 8 Gilly Swanson
Row 2 1,2,3,4,5,6 Elise Lind 7,8 Barbera Sandeen
Row 3 1,2,3 Lavern Brunevi 4,5 Palmer Carlson 6,7___ Gardner, 8 Eve Jervis 9 Charles Striebenger 10 Dorothy Johnson 11 Thelma Reising
Rockford, IL train station
Abandoned Illinois Central station in Rockford, IL. Signs on the fence indicate this station was once used by Amtrak too. Actually, it's not totally abandoned. Several very friendly homeless guys live here now. I hope they weren't waiting for a train..... Now demolished - see below
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Rockford, IL, and the surrounding area, the Rock River Valley, is rich in baseball history. The town first attracted national baseball attention in 1867 when its Forest City team defeated the touring Washington Nationals, who were previously undefeated. Rockford's young pitcher, Albert G. Spalding, quickly became recognized as a legend, as he dominated all aspects of the game.
Rockford's baseball history continued with minor league teams, industrial league teams, and other teams both semi-pro and amateur. The city again gained national attention with the four-time champion Rockford Peaches of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (1943-1954). The excitement of professional ball in the Forest City continues today with the Rockford River Hawks of the Frontier League. Baseball in Rockford tells the players' stories from 1865 to the present, illustrated with vintage photographs throughout.
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