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Mystery 6.JPG
Mystery 6.JPG
 
 
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Mystery 7
Mystery 7
 
 
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Mystery 7.JPG
Mystery 7.JPG
 
 
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Mystery 8
Mystery 8
 
 
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Mystery 8.JPG
Mystery 8.JPG
 
 
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Mystery 9
Mystery 9
 
 
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Mystery 9.JPG
Mystery 9.JPG
 
 
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Nellie and Michael A. Nitti
Nellie and Michael A. Nitti
 
 
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Nitti Family Photo
Nitti Family Photo
Back Row, left to right (House is on the left) - Mike Nitti, Victor Nitti Sr; Front Row, left to right - Angelo Frank Nitti, Rose Nitti-McGarry, Lucille Nitti-Schimka, Louise Victoria Nitti-Schimka, Anthony Nitti
House is 845 Prarie Avenue, Des Plaines, Illinois. Home of James Schimka Jr, built by himself. There was a crawlspace under the porch where the screens were stored. The next closest home was that of the Youngs who never had children. The furthest home in the photo belonged to the Rocco family.
 
 
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NSSAR.png
NSSAR.png
 
 
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Pete Hermes and Joe Schimka Sr.
Pete Hermes and Joe Schimka Sr.
Joe Schimka, Pete Hermes 1928[written on back] Note: Pete Hermes is the father of Loretta-Hermes Schimka and Clarence Hermes. 
 
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Photo 26
Photo 26
Howard Francis Boyle and his daughter, Carole Ann Boyle. 
 
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Photo 27
Photo 27
In the original photo the orientation is such that Virginia Frances Boyle is on the left (she is the oldest and the tallest child in the photo). Next is Donna Lynne Boyle then Carole Ann Boyle and finally, Sandra James Boyle on the right (second tallest in the photo). 
 
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Photo 28
Photo 28
In the original photo the orientation is such that Virginia Frances Boyle is in the front row, on the left, wearing glasses. Next is Priscilla Jean Roy, also wearing glasses, then Carole Ann Boyle and Cindy Louise Boyle. In the back row, from the left are Sandra James Boyle, Donna Lynne Boyle and Sheila Katherine Boyle. This photo was taken in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1976.
 
 
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Photo 29
Photo 29
John Francis Boyle 
 
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Photo 30
Photo 30
This is a Renaker High School class photo. Renaker was a High School in Harrison County, Kentucky.

In the original photo, there is a boy on the left end of the top row and a girl at the right end of the top row. Howard Francis Boyle is second from the right in the top row. James Arthur Boyle is in the third row, third from the left. 
 
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Photo 31
Photo 31
James Arthur Boyle (in uniform), Howard Francis Boyle 
 
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Photo 32
Photo 32
In the original photo orientation, John Francis Boyle (holding a hat in his hand) is on the left. Beginning on the left, in the back row, Leland Ingram, James Arthur Boyle, Howard Francis Boyle. Front row, from the left, John Francis Boyle, Maude Belle Thompson-Boyle, Harrold Lemons Ingram (child), Katherine Corrine Boyle-Ingram
 
 
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Photo 33
Photo 33
Maude Belle Thompson-Boyle; photo cropped from photo number 32. 
 
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Photo of 845 Prarie Avenue home built by James Schimka Jr.
Photo of 845 Prarie Avenue home built by James Schimka Jr.
 
 
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Reconstruction of Fort Boonesborough as of late September 2001
Reconstruction of Fort Boonesborough as of late September 2001
 
 
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Reflections of Earth commemorative medallion given to participants of the project.
Reflections of Earth commemorative medallion given to participants of the project.
 
 
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Robert Haas and his wife Carole
Robert Haas and his wife Carole
Robert Haas and his wife Carole 
 
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Rosa Caprara-Ricci
Rosa Caprara-Ricci
Photo cropped from photo of her cemetery marker. 
 
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S.S. George Washingtion
S.S. George Washingtion
SS George Washington, the ship that carried the Schimka Family to the United States in 1912. 
 
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S.S. George Washingtion Post Card post World War I
S.S. George Washingtion Post Card post World War I
A post card of the SS George Washington, one of the largest passenger ships of its time. After World War I the S.S. George Washington was taken over by the United States Lines and passenger service resumed. 
 
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Sarah Wells
Sarah Wells
Cropped from another photo of Sarah Wells-Back and Christian Ann Back-Smith standing beside one another. 
 
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Sarah Wells Portrait.jpg
Sarah Wells Portrait.jpg
 
 
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Sarah Wells-Back and Christian Ann Back-Smith (standing on the right)
Sarah Wells-Back and Christian Ann Back-Smith (standing on the right)
Sarah Wells-Back (standing on the left) and her daughter, Christian Ann Back-Smith (standing on the right). 
 
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Sarah Wells-Back and Christian Ann Back-Smith.jpg
Sarah Wells-Back and Christian Ann Back-Smith.jpg
 
 
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Sarah Wells-Back Portrait
Sarah Wells-Back Portrait
This photo was cropped from one that shows Sarah and her husband, Benjamin Back, sitting side by side. 
 
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Sarah Wells-Back Portrait.jpg
Sarah Wells-Back Portrait.jpg
 
 
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Schimka, Nitti and extended family
Schimka, Nitti and extended family
 
 
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Sisters, Maryland Back-Barnett and Armina Back-McIntosh
Sisters, Maryland Back-Barnett and Armina Back-McIntosh
It is believed that Armina is in the light colored dress; Armina was nearly twenty years younger than her sister. 
 
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SS America
SS America
Built by Gourlay Brothers & Company, Dundee, Scotland, 1890. 5,158 gross tons; 435 (bp) feet long; 46 feet wide. Steam Triple Expansion engines, single screw. Service speed 11 knots. 0 Cargo ship.
Ship History


Built for National Steamship Company, British flag, in 1890 and named America. London-New York service.

Sold to Atlantic Transport Line, British flag, in 1907 and renamed Memphis.

Scrapped in 1908. 
 
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SS Amerika
SS Amerika
A pre-WWI photo. This vessel was siezed during WWI and put into service by the United States. After WWI the ship resumed passenger service for the United States Lines. At some point in time, the name changed from Amerika to America. 
 
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SS Europa.jpg
SS Europa.jpg
 
 
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SS George Washington c1911.jpg
SS George Washington c1911.jpg
 
 
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SS George Washington Post Card.jpg
SS George Washington Post Card.jpg
 
 
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SS La Touraine.jpg
SS La Touraine.jpg
 
 
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SS_Amerika.jpg
SS_Amerika.jpg
 
 
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The Family of Kelly Sue and Kelly O'Brien
The Family of Kelly Sue and Kelly O'Brien
 
 
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The S.S. La Touraine
The S.S. La Touraine
On June 7th, 1902 Joseph Nitti departed Le Havre aboard the S.S. La Touraine and arrived at New York on June 14th, 1902. 
 
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The Schimka Family
The Schimka Family
A portrait of the Schimka family shortly after arriving in The United States of America.
James Schimka Sr. Standing in the back.
Unknown Woman sitting on the left (In White).
Anna Frana-Schimka sitting on the right (In Black).
Carl Schimka standing in the middle (In White).
Frances Schimka standing on right.
James Schimka Jr. lying on the ground at the left.
Joseph Schimka lying on the ground at the right. 
 
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The Schimka Family Portrait.JPG
The Schimka Family Portrait.JPG
 
 
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The wedding of Joseph Schimka Sr and Loretta Hermes.
The wedding of Joseph Schimka Sr and Loretta Hermes.
Upper row of men standing left to right are Walter De Walt, Joseph Schimka Sr. and Clarence Hermes. Lower row is Else Grant, Loretta [Hermes] Schimka, Helen Schimka (Child) and Frances [Schimka] Hermes. 
 
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Theresa Ricci-Nitti
Theresa Ricci-Nitti
Photo cropped from photo of her cemetery marker. 
 
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Thomas Davidson
Thomas Davidson
 
 
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Thomas Foster
Thomas Foster
 
 
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Thumbs.db
Thumbs.db
 
 

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