https://flic.kr/p/2kLemo | McCormick Mansion, Cantigny Park, Wheaton | The McCormick Mansion was the home of the longtime Chicago Tribune publisher Col. Robert McCormick. The McCormick Mansion is in Cantigny Park, once part of the sprawling McCormick estate that was named after a World War I battle. Cantigny Park is in Wheaton, Illinois.
Wheaton Old DuPage County Courthouse Flag - Operating until 1990, the old DuPage County Courthouse is located in Wheaton, Illinois and is an excellent example of the Richardsonian Romanesque architecture style. Designed by Mifflin E. Bell and constructed in 1896, and , the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been retrofitted to house luxury condominiums.
The past and the present co-exist harmoniously in Naperville, where visitors can step back in time only minutes from the town’s bustling downtown district. The 12-acre grounds feature 30 historic buildings that replicate an old pioneer township, including homes, shops, chapel, fort, and one-room schoolhouse. #enjoyillinois #naperville #travel
Slightly different photo of historic landmark in Wheaton, Illinois -- The Old DuPage County Courthouse -- photo by Katherine Johnson.
Wheaton Front Street Storefronts - The rich architecture of the store fronts along Front Street in Wheaton, Illinois reflect the early morning light before shoppers arrive and the stores open. Wheaton is also home to Cantigny Park, Wheaton College, Chicago Golf Club, Billy Graham Center, and the DuPage County Fairgrounds.