Pictures of street scenes and public and commercial buildings from River Forest. (PLEASE NOTE: Oak Park River Forest Museum logo watermark on these photos will not appear on any prints or gifts ordered.)

Thatcher Building, c, 1915, southeast corner of Lake St & Thatcher

Thatcher Building, c, 1915, southeast corner of Lake St & Thatcher

The Bowman, Central Avenue, c. 1903

The Bowman, Central Avenue, c. 1903

Lathrop Ave. station of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, River Forest, c. 1903

Lathrop Ave. station of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, River Forest, c. 1903

River Forest Women's Club

River Forest Women's Club

First Methodist Episcopal Church by William E. Drummond, built 1912

First Methodist Episcopal Church by William E. Drummond, built 1912

Original 1st Methodist Church, built 1874 and razed in 1912 to make way for the current church

Original 1st Methodist Church, built 1874 and razed in 1912 to make way for the current church

Noyesville Post Office, River forest, c. 1890

Noyesville Post Office, River forest, c. 1890

River Forest Presbyterian Church, c. 1902

River Forest Presbyterian Church, c. 1902

River Forest from the Northwestern Railroad tracks

River Forest from the Northwestern Railroad tracks

Chicago Avenue, River Forest, 1914

Chicago Avenue, River Forest, 1914

Bickerdike & Noble Sawmill, River Forest, c. 1890

Bickerdike & Noble Sawmill, River Forest, c. 1890

Hoffman House, River Forest (now the Trailside Museum)

Hoffman House, River Forest (now the Trailside Museum)

River Forest Athletic Club grandstand, c. 1903

River Forest Athletic Club grandstand, c. 1903

Parmer Rossman & Co. Drug Store, Thatcher & Lake

Parmer Rossman & Co. Drug Store, Thatcher & Lake

River Forest Tennis Club by Frank Lloyd Wright,

River Forest Tennis Club by Frank Lloyd Wright,

River Forest Tennis Club (detail) by Frank Lloyd Wright

River Forest Tennis Club (detail) by Frank Lloyd Wright