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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Long Grove
Long Grove, Illinois and Vicinity
▶ Lake County (61) ▶ Cook County (216) ▶ McHenry County (36) ▶ Allegan County, Michigan (51) ▶ Berrien County, Michigan (70) ▶ Van Buren County, Michigan (44) ▶ Kenosha County, Wisconsin (38)
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|Owned by the Bollenbach family, wagonmakers and blacksmiths, the center two-story section was moved from its original location across the road. — — Map (db m78444) HM|
|Once the largest and most prosperous cheese and butter factory in Northern Illinois. Rebuilt after a fire in 1897. — — Map (db m78460) HM|
|Built by Fred Sauer, a carpenter who plied his trade rebuilding Chicago after the great fire of 1871. — — Map (db m78450) HM|
|George Umbdenstock, Sr. was one of the first village blacksmiths. The two-story section on the right is original. — — Map (db m78446) HM|
|The peak medallion and other Victorian design elements reflect later additions to original two-story center section. Remained a residence until 1963. — — Map (db m78453) HM|
|Purchased by William Umbdenstock in 1928 and moved from Ritzenthaler farm property one-half mile to the north. — — Map (db m78454) HM|
|Built as a residence by first village blacksmith Daniel Rose. Later became a ten-room hotel run by the Zimmer family. — — Map (db m78457) HM|
|Home of Christ and Albert Sauer, the eldest and youngest of the four brothers to settle in the village. Christ was a Civil War Veteran. — — Map (db m78452) HM|
|Originally erected as Sauer's Cheap Cash Store by Civil War Veteran Christ Sauer. Remained a family business until 1932. Destroyed by fire and rebuilt. — — Map (db m78447) HM|
|First restaurant and central meeting place. — — Map (db m78456) HM|
|Built by John Zimmer, Jr. for his bride. The Zimmer family operated the tavern and wagon shop to the south. — — Map (db m78458) HM|