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This monument is in the shape of a five-pointed star when viewed from above. On each arm of the star is an emblem of the one of the five military services; Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. Between each arm is the textRecognizing The…
Built byChristian HeidemannStood 50 feet west of this marker on Ronald Drive
This road followed an Indian trail that began in Chicago and went through DuPage, Kane, De Kalb, Boone, and Winnebago Counties to a Winnebago Village at Beloit, Wisconsin. In August, 1832, during the Black Hawk War, United States Army reinforcemen…
This monument, made from window sills and steps from the seminary, was erected in 1974 by grateful alumni.The seminary was relocated in 1913 to River Forest, Illinois, and is now named Concordia College.Matt 28:19 - Go ye and teach all nationsActs…
Addison's Village Green, a popular site for concerts and other events, has seem three different gazebos constructed at this site.The first, dedicated in 1965, was built in Rome, Italy in 1873 and then brought to Addison by Joseph Incandella. It wa…
This memorial was constructed using the cornerstone, bricks, doorframe, and windowsills from the former Kinderheim building.Originally, the building served as a Lutheran foster home for children, from the time it was built in 1925, until 1960. Man…
Site of the first building of St. Paul Lutheran School which served as school and teacherage, home, and youth center (1849-1974). Henry Bartling, first teacher (1849-1891) also served as Addison postmaster for over 50 years.