Old Edgebrook District
|Old Edgebrook, Chicago|
Houses at McClellan and Lundy Avenues
Map of Old Edgebrook
|Community areas||Forest Glen|
It is located between Central and Devon Avenues and the Edgebrook Golf Course. It is surrounded on all sides by Cook County Forest Preserves.
The district's homes were first built in 1894 by various architects. Consisting of several blocks of large, stately houses, it was originally built for railroad executives.
Mary Burkemeier Quinn Park of Trees
The Mary Burkemeier Quinn Park of Trees is the only Park District property in Old Edgebrook. According to a plaque in the park, it was a gift from Edward M. Quinn, whose house formerly stood on the site, in memory of his wife Mary Burkemeier Quinn. His will instructed that his house be demolished, a minimum of 21 trees be planted on the property, and the property deed to be given to the Chicago Park District.
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- "Chicago Neighborhoods > Sauganash, Forest Glen". ExploreChicago.org. City of Chicago. 2012. Archived from the original on March 3, 2012. Retrieved June 18, 2016.
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