Image ID
DN-0064496
Headline
Bismarck Garden, Dorothy Jane Weeghman, standing on chair, looking at miniature model house
Date Created
May 22, 1915
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
© Sun-Times Media, LLC. All rights reserved.
Credit Line
DN-0064496, Chicago Sun-Times/Chicago Daily News Collection, Chicago History Museum
Inventory Number
1960.784
Storage Location
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Horizon Bib. No.
103637
Max Pixels - Height
405
Max Pixels - Width
500
KEYWORDS
Holpin, Percy,--Mrs.
Holpin, Percy.



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bismarck garden dorothy jane weeghman standing on chair looking at miniature model house

Portrait of Dorothy Jane Weeghman, standing on a chair and looking at a miniature model house erected in Bismarck Garden for a charity event. Bismarck Garden was a beer garden located at the southwest corner of North Halsted and West Grace Streets in the Lake View community area of Chicago, Illinois. It was opened by brothers Emil and Karl Eitel for the large German American population in Chicago. In 1915, it was renamed Marigold Gardens as a result of anti-German sentiment due to World War I.

Portrait of Dorothy Jane Weeghman, standing on a chair and looking at a miniature model house erected in Bismarck Garden for a charity event. Bismarck Garden was a beer garden located at the southwest corner of North Halsted and West Grace Streets in the Lake View community area of Chicago, Illinois. It was opened by brothers Emil and Karl Eitel for the large German American population in Chicago. In 1915, it was renamed Marigold Gardens as a result of anti-German sentiment due to World War I.