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THE



CHICAGO BLUE BOOK



OF



SELECTED NAMES



CHICAGO AND SUBURBAN TOWNS



CONTAINING THE



Names and Addresses of Prominent Residents, arranged Alphabetically
and Numerically by Streets, Membership List of the Lead-
ing Clubs, and other Valuable Information.



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1910



PRICE Six DOLLARS



THE CHICAGO DIRECTORY COMPANY,

PUBLISHERS,

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COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY THE CHICAGO DIRECTORY COMPANY



INSURANCE ADVICE.



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PREFACE.



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September i, 1909, all of the house numbers in the north and
west divisions, and on east and west streets in the south division
of the city were changed, and this Twenty-first issue of the CHICAGO
BLUE BOOK contains the new addresses and possesses the features which
we trust will entitle it to retain the high place in public favor that has

been accorded its predecessors. We desire especially to thank our lady

patrons for their cordial appreciation af our efforts. ,
^ The title, "BLUE BOOK," is given the work because of its blue cover.

It does not refer to blue blood, as many people suppose. Webster's
[3 definition of Blue Book is as follows: "BLUE BOOK A parliamentary
7~ publication, so called from its blue paper cover, such being commonly
___ used; also, a book rontaining a list of fashionable addresses"

We do not claim the BLUE BOOK is either a City Directory or absolutely
an Elite Directory; neither do we pretend to pass upon the social or
financial standing of the parties whose names are contained herein.
It is simply a compilation of about twenty-four thousand names of the
most prominent householders of Chicago and suburbs within a radius
of thirty miles, published in,-jthe most convenient form for reference
M by our lady patrons.

Neither time nor money has been spared to make this work as com-
plete and valuable as possible. The difficulty attending the compiling
of such a book can be easily appreciated; and we therefore trust that
any omissions will be brought to our notice, that they may be corrected
in future. We keep the entire work standing in type, that such correc-
tions can be made promptly, and in this way we hope to make the
CHICAGO BLUE BOOK as nearly perfect as it is possible to make such
a volume..

While retaining all th'e old features, such a Calling Days, in the Street
List, and Summer Residences in the Alphabetical List, we have added
very materially to our Miscellaneous Information, Club Lists, Churches,

17



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i8 PREFACE.

etc. We shall always be pleased to receive any suggestions from our
lady patrons whereby we can enhance the value of this work to them,
or any information regarding Social or Literary Clubs and Associations
which we have not already incorporated in our volume.

The data for this work have not been compiled from circulars or from
other Directories. Experienced men, particularly adapted for such work,
have been assigned to each locality, and the greatest care has been used
in selecting these names. In order to issue the book before the Holidays,
it is necessary for us to commence our annual canvass early in Septem-
ber. We would therefore deem it a great favor if those absent from
their homes after October ist would send us each year the information
they wish inserted, in order that the work may possess that accuracy
and completeness we have taken so much pains to secure.

THE PUBLISHERS.
December, 1909.



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Tortoise Shell Combs Hair Ornaments

9O State Street Chicago, Illinois

Telephone Central-4191



Ckarles S. Griffith
THE FLORIST

Plaza Hotel 1537 N. Clark St. 749 Nortk Avenue
Phone Dearborn 79 Phone Lincoln 340



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BOSTON MEDITERRANEAN PORTS

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Western Passenger Agent
Phone Central-139 90-96 Dearborn Street

CHICAGO



GENERAL INDEX.



Academies and Seminaries, .


. 53


Alphabetical List,


503


Amateur Musical Club, .


309


Apartments,


54


Arche Club, .


3ii


Arizona The,


I 1 ll$4 (


Asylums,


. 67


Auditorium Hotel,


299


Austin,


727


Bankers' Club,


314


Berwyn


731


Bryn Mawr, ....


. 732


Builders' Club, .


315


Calumet Club,


. 3i6


Caxton Club,


317


Cemeteries, ....


. 69


Charlevoix Club,


. 3i8


Cheltenham, ....


733



Chicago Association of Collegiate

Alumnae, 322

Chicago Athletic Association, . 324

Chicago Automobile Club, . . 335

Chicago Beach Hotel, . . 300

Chicago Club, 319

Chicago College Club, . . 340
Chicago Colony of New England

Women, 342

Chicago Culture Club, . . .343

Chicago Golf Club, ... 34$
Chicago Literary Club, . . .346

Chicago South Side Club, . . 347

Chicago Woman's Club, . . 348

Chicago Yacht Club, ... 354

Churches, 70

City Club of Chicago, . . 356

Club List, 309

Colonial The 182

Colonial Club, .... 360

Colonial Club of Oak Park, . . 361



Colonial Dames of America. . 362

Commercial Club, ... 363

Congress Hotel and Annex, . 299

Consuls, 98

Corporation of the City, . . 47
Country Ciub of Evanston, . . 364
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution, 366

Edge brook 733

Edgewater Country Club, . . 371

Edgewater Golf Club, . . 372

Edison Park, . . . . . 733

Educational, .... 99

Elmhurst, 733

Englewood Woman's Club, . 373

Evanston, 734

Evanston Club 376

Exmoor Country Club, . . .377

Fort Dearborn Club, . . . 379

Fort Sheridan, .... 750

Fortnightly of Chicago, . . 380

Forty Club, 381

Friday Club, .... 382

Germania Club of Chicago, . . 383

Germania Maennerchor, . . 384

GlenEllyn 751

Glen View Club 386

Glencoe, 751

Grand Pacific Hotel, ... 301
Great Northern Hotel, . . .301

Hamilton Club, .... 388
Hampden The, . . . .171

Highland Park, ... 753
Highland Park Club, . . .393

Hinsdale 757

Hinsdale Club, . . . .394

Hinsdale Golf Club, ... 395

Homewood Country Club, . . 396

Hospitals, 100



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Telephone: Central 5232; Automatic 7906

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GENERAL INDEX.



Hotel Del Prado 301

Hotel List, 299

Hotel Luzerne, 255

Hotel Metropole, . . . 302

Hotel Windermere, . . . 302

Hubbard Woods, ... 761

Hyde Park Hotel, .... 303

Illinois Athletic Club, . . 398

Illinois Club 410

Illinois Society Sons of the Amer-
ican Revolution, . . . 413
Illinois Society Sons of the Revo-
lution, 416

Illinois Society United States

Daughters of 1812, . . 417

Illinois Woman's Press Assn., . 418

Indiana Society of Chicago, . 419

Iroquois Club, . . . . 420

Irving Park 761

Jefferson Park, . , . .762

Kenilworth, 763

Kenwood The, .... 304

Kenwood Club, .... 421

Kindergartens, .... 100

Klio Association, . . . 423

Ladies' Shopping Guide, . . 797

LaGrange 714

Lake Bluff 769

Lake Forest 769

Lake View Woman's Club, . . 424

Lakota Hotel, .... 305

Lessing Apartments, . . . 268

Lessing Annex, . . . 268

Lexington Hotel, .... 305

Libraries and Reading Rooms, 102

Lombard, 771

Longwood, 772

Marquette Club, .... 426

Mayfair, 772

Maywood, 772

Menoken Club, .... 427

Mid-day Club 428

Midlothian Country Club, . . 430

Military, 103

Miscellaneous Information, . . 47

Morgan Park, .... 772

Morton Park, 774

Museums, 105

Nakama Club, . . . .432



New England Society of Chicago, 433
New Illinois Athletic Club, . 398

Newberry The 228

Nineteenth Century Club, . . 435
North Division, . . . .213

Norwood Park 774

Oak Park 774

Oak Park Club, . . . .437
Oaks Club' .... 439

Onwentsia Club 440

Palmer House, .... 306

Park Ridge, 783

Parks 105

Pattington The, . . . .239
Physicians' Hours , 818

Plaza The, 226

Plaza Annex The, . . . 227

Post Office, 49

Preface 17

Press Club 443

Princeton Club, ; 449

Pullman, 784

Pullman Bldg., . . . . 175

Quadrangle Club 450

Railroad Terminal Stations, . 106

Ravinia, 784

Raymond The, .... 251
River Forest, . . * . . -785

Riverside 787

Saddle and Cycle Club, . . 452
Saddle and Sirloin Club, . ' . 455
Shoppers' Guide, .... 797
Social Economics Club, . . 456
Social Settlements, . . . 106
Societies, Clubs, and Associations, 108
Society of Colonial Wars, . . 457
Society of Mayflower Descendants

in the State of Illinois, . .458
South Division, .... 127
South Shore Country Club, . . 459
Standard Club, .... 467
Stratford Hotel, . . . .306
Street Index, .... 33
Studio Bldg., . . . f . .256
Suburban List, .... 727
Theatre Diagrams, . . .831

Theatres, 107

Tracy 789

Twentieth Century Club, . 470




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CINCINNATI AND CLEVELAND

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To Plymouth (London), Cherbourg (Paris) and Hamburg (Berlin), and from Ham-
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In the first cabin of the "Amerika" and "Kaiser in Auguste Victoria," besides
the regular dining room, will be found a large modern A La Carte Restaurant
under the same management as Hotel Ritz in Paris and the Carlton Hotel in
London, in which passengers can take their meals at any time during the
day. Therefore passengers traveling by the "Amerika" or "Kaiserin Auguste
Victoria" can book their passage either with or without meals.
Mediterranean Service. Regular sailings between New York and Gibraltar,
Naples and Genoa by the superb Twin-Screw Steamships MOLTKE and
HAMBURG, as well as special winter sailings by the Express-Flyer
DEUTSCHLAND; also special sailings to Alexandria (Egypt).
Atlas Service to Jamaica, Colon (Panama CanaD.Hayti, South and Central
America, by steamships PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM, PR1NZ JOACHIM,
PRINZ S1GISMUND, PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH, SARNIA, SIBIRIA,
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berth and meals. To Kingston, Jamaica, single trip S-jo'and up, round trip
$76 and up.
Winter Cruises to the Mediterranean and Orient, also to the West Indies, the

Spanish Main, the Panama Canal and Nassau, likewise to South America.
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For further particulars apply to

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Union Club,
Union League Club,
University Club, .
University of Chicago,
Vendome The,
Virginia Hotel, . ,
Walton The, .
Washington Heights, .
Waupanseh Club, .
Wellington The, .
West Division,



GENERAL INDEX.

471 West End Women's Club,

. 472 West Side Co-Educational

481 Western Springs,

. 139 Westward Ho Golf Club,

306 Wilmette, . .

307 Winamac The

. 226 Windsor Park, .

789 Winnetka,

. 490 Woman's Athletic Club, .

308 Woodlawn Park Club, .
. 275 Yale The, . . .



Club,



25
491
493
789
495
790
185
792
792
497
500

210



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LAKE GENEVA, WISCONSIN



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Grounds

One

Management

Perfect
Classification




Modern Equipment



For Booklets and Terms call at the office of, address
or Telephone



- Dr. Oscar A. Kind

Medical Director

72 Madison Street

corner
State St., CHICAGO

Telephone
Central 25O8

Or Telephone

Lond Distance

Lake Geneva, Wis.




LAKESIDE



Manual and Vibratory

MASSAGE



Light, Water and Electric

Treatments for Men and \Vomen



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delightful and beneficial.

We relieve all muscular and
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Swedish Hygienic Institute

MISS ELIN F. BURGESON. Prin. A. H. DE MENDOZA, M. D.

Suite 132, Mentor Building

Hours: 9 a.m. to 6p.m. 1 /" 1 Ci. i C*. Ol_

Phone: Randolph 3838 161 State St., CHlCagO



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



Abbott A. H. & Co. art material .
Adams' Laundry ....

Adams & Pigott, cleaners . .
Alimonda Institute, massage . .
Allen R. A. undertaker . 797 and
Almini Co. decorators . 802 and
American Cotillon & Carnival
Works ......

American Pneumatic Cleaning Co.
American Trust & Savings Bank .
Anderson M. B. dyer . . .
Anderson & Ekstrom, upholsterers
Angela & Co. caterers . . .
Arntzen B. E. undertaker . .
Art Window Shade Factory . .
Axelrod D. dressmaker . . .



798
814
805
n
821
823

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802
822
801



808



Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul

Railway 275

Chicago Taxicab Co. . . 840
Chicago Title & Trust Co. . 838
Childs S. D. & Co. stationers 806

Clark Melville Piano Co. . 884
Claussenius H. & Co. steamship

agents 10

Claypool E. A. genealogist . 807
Cohen A. ladies' tailor .
Columbia School of Music
Columbus Safe Deposit Vaults
Commonwealth Edison Co. .
Cowan W. K. & Co. furniture 502
Crandall Frank A. Co. window
shades . .826



Bane Bros. Livery Co . .866



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