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'T V HIS Twenty-second issue of the CHICAGO BLUE BOOK contains the
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Q financial standing of the parties whose names are contained herein.

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18 PREFACE.

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n selecting these names. In order to issue the book before the Holidays ,
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GENERAL INDEX.



Academies and Seminaries, . . 54

Alphabetical List, . . . 517

Amateur Musical Club, . . . 315

Apartments, .... 54

Arche Club 317

Arizona The, .... 156

Asylums, 68

Auditorium Hotel, . . . 303

Austin, 731

Bankers' Club, . . . .320

Berwyn 755

Blackstoue Hotel, . . . 303
Bryn Mawr, . . . . .756

Builders' Club, .... 321

Calumet Club 322

Caxton Club, .... 323

Cemeteries, ,....' 70

Cheltenham, 757

Chicago Association of Collegiate

Alumnae, 328

Chicago Athletic Association, . 330

Chicago Automobile Club, . . 341

Chicago Beach Hotel, . . 303

Chicago Club, 324

Chicago College Club, . . 346
Chicago Colony of New England

Women, 349

Chicago Culture Club, . . -349

Chicago Golf Club, ... 351
Chicago Literary Club, . . .352

Chicago South Side Club, . . 353

Chicago Woman's Club, . . 355

Chicago Yacht Club, ... 361

Churches, 71

City Club of Chicago, . . 363

Cliff-Dwellers The, . . . 367

Club List, 317

Clyde, ...... 757

Colonial The 185



Colonial Club 369

Colonial Dames of America. . 3?:

Commercial Club, . . . 372

Congress Hotel and Annex, . 305

Consuls, 98

Corporation of the City, . . 47
Country Club of Evanston, . . 373
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution, 375

Edge brook 757

Edgewater Country Club, . . 380

Edgewater Golf Club, . . 381

Edison Park, 757

Educational, .... 99

Elmhurst, 757

Englewood Woman's Club, . 382

Evanston, 758

Evanston Club, .... 38;

Exmoor Country Club, . . . 387
Fort Sheridan, . . . .775

Fortnightly of Chicago, . . 389

Forty Club, 390

Germania Club of Chicago, . . 391

Germania Maennerchor, . . 391

Glen Ellyn 775

Glen View Club, .... 393

Glencoe, 776

Grand Pacific Hotel, ... 306

Great Northern Hotel, ... 306

Hamilton Club, .... 396

Hampden The, .... 173

Highland Park, ... 777

Highland Park Club, . ... 401

Hinsdale, 782

Hinsdale Club, . . . .402

Hinsdale Golf Club, ... 403

Homewood Country Club, . . 404

Hospitals, 100

Hotel Del Prado 306



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GENERAL INDEX.



Hotel Lasalle, . . . .306

Hotel List, 303

Hotel Luzerne, . . . .252
Hotel Metropole, . . . 307
Hotel Windermere, . . .308

Hubbard Woods 785

Hyde Park Hotel, ... 309
Illinois Athletic Club, . . 405
Illinois Club .... 417
Illinois Society Sons of the Amer-
ican Revolution, . . . 419
Illinois Society Sons of the Revo-
lution 422

Illinois Society United States

Daughters of 1812, . . 423
Illinois Woman's Press Assn., . 424
Indiana Society of Chicago, . 425
Iroquois Club, . . . .426

Irving Park 786

Jefferson Park, . , . .787

Kenil worth, 787

Kenwood The, . . ! . 310
Kenwood Club, . . . . 427
Kindergartens, . . . .100
Klio Association, ... 430
Ladies' Shopping Guide, . . 821

LaGrange 789

Lake Bluff 793

Lake Forest, . . , 794

Lake View Woman's Club, . . 43r
Lakota Hotel, . \ . . 310
Lessing Apartments, . . . 272
Lessing Annex, . . . 271

Lexington Hotel, . . . .311
Libraries and Reading Rooms, 102

Lombard 796

Longwood, 796

Marquette Club 433

Mayfair, . ... 797

Maywood, 797

Mid-day Club 434

Midlothian Country Club, . . 437

Military, 103

Miscellaneous Information, , . 47
Morgan Park, .... 797
Morton Park, ..... 799

Museums 105

Nakama Club, . . . 439

New England Society of Chicago, 440
New Illinois Athletic Club, . 405



230

44
217



Newberry The,

Nineteenth Century Club, .

North Division,

North End Club,

Norwood Park, . '.-',-. . 799

Oak Park 799

Oak Park Cub 44 6

Oaks Club, .... 448

Onwentsia Club 44 g

Palmer House, .... 312

Park Ridge 808

Parks I0 5

Pattington The 241

Physicians' Hours , . . 842

Plaza The, 228

Plaza Annex The, ... 229
Post Office, . . . . .49

Preface, ij

Press 'Club 452

Princeton Club, . . . .459

Pullman, 809

Pullman Bldg., . . . . 177
Quadrangle Club, . ' . .. .460

Railroad Terminal Stations, . 107
Ravinia, . .... . . .809

Raymond The 252

River Forest 810

Riverside, ..... 812

Saddle and Cycle Club, . . 462

Saddle and Sirloin Club, . . 464

Shoppers' Guide, .... 821

Skokie Country Club, . . 466

Social Economics Club, . . 468

Social Settlements, ... 107

Societies, Clubs, and Associations, 109

Society of Colonial Wars, . . 469
Society of Mayflower Descendants

in the State of Illinois, . . 470

South Division, '.'... 127

South Shore Country Club, . . 471

Standard Club, .... 479

Stratford Hotel 312

Street Index, .... 33

Studio Bldg., 257

Suburban List, .... 751

Theatre Diagrams, . . . 847

Theatres, 108

Town and Country Club, . . 482

Tracy, 814

Twentieth Century Club, . 483




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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,
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Atlas Service to Cuba, Jamaica, Colon (Panama Canal), Hayti, South and
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Union Club,
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University Club, . : .
University of Chicago,
Vendome Hotel, .
Virginia Hotel, . ,
Walton The, .
Washington Heights, .
Waupanseh Club, .
Wellington Hotel,
West Division,



GENERAL INDEX. 25

484 West End Women's Club, . 506

. 485 West Side Co-Educational Club, 508

494 Western Springs, . ; : . 814

. 140 Westward Ho Golf Club, . . 509

312 Wilmette, . . .. , ; . . 815

313 WinamacThe, v . ." . . 187
. .228 Windsor Park, . " . . ~. . 817

814 Winnetka, . . ..'..'. . 818

. 505 Woman's Athletic Club. . . 511

314 Woodlawn Park Club, . . . '515
. 279 Yale The, . . . .- . 213



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



Abbott A. H. & Co. art material . 822
Adams' Laundry . . . .839
Adams & Pigott, cleaners . . 825
Alimonda Institute, massage . . 7
Allegretti F. & Co. ladies' tailors

516 and 833

Allen R. A. undertaker . 821 and 845
American Conservatory of Music . 862
American Cotillon & Carnival

Works .... opp. 315
American Pneumatic Cleaning Co. 126
American Schools' Assn. . . 843
Andrews Mrs. gowns . . .830
Arntzen B. E. undertaker 821 and 84$



Chicago Title & Trust Co. . . 872
Chimberoff B. ladies' tailor . . 833
Clark Melville Piano Co. . . 890
Claussenius H. & Co. steamship

agents 10

Claypool E. A. genealogist . . 830
Cohen A. ladies' tailor . . .833
Columbia School of Music 880 and 884
Columbus Safe Deposit Vaults . 32
Commonwealth Edison Co. . . 872
Cosmopolitan School of Music and

Dramatic Art , 840 and 892
Crandall Frank A. Co. window

shades 848



Bahre Hugo H. dyer . 828 and 866
Barnett, ladies' tailor . . .832
Battegay E. jeweler .... 832
Becker E. costumer . . .827
Beecroft & Co. carpet cleaners . 824
Bellevue Livery . . 19 and 839
Berlin Cleaners . . . .828
Berlitz School of Languages . *

843 and 858

Blatz Val Brewing Co. . . .822
Blum Harry H. gowns . opp. 303
Boehner Alexander, decorator .831
Boetter Jean, china repairing . 825
Bonnin, gowns . . 827 and 910
Bornstein M. ladies' tailor . . 833
Bourgeau Arthur E. painter . . 841
Bowman Dairy Co. . 868
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. re-
frigerators 911

Brown Francis C. steamship agent 20
Bunt R. W. dyer . . . .828
Burley & Co. china . opp. 517, and 825

Carlson Beata M. massage 840 and 834
Charles Thomas Co. kindergarten

supplies 832

Chicago Braiding & Embroidery



Online LibraryJohn FiskeThe Chicago blue book of selected names of Chicago and suburban towns (Volume 1911) → online text (page 1 of 117)