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Chinatown Lake Now Known as Maryville Fishing Club Lake

Citation

“Chinatown Lake Now Known as Maryville Fishing Club Lake,” Madison Historical, accessed May 23, 2024, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/2118.

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Description

This is a color photograph of a that runs alongside Parkview Street in Maryville, Illinois. The pond is now known as the "Maryville Fishing Club Lake" inside Drost Park. It originally ran alongside the St. Louis Troy and Eastern Railroad line and Parkview Street known as Chinatown road at the turn of the century. The Pond is located across the street from Donk Company housing known as "Chinatown" which consisted of 41 housing lots.

Subjects

  • Maryville
  • mining
  • Donk Brothers

Date

Circa 1900-1925

Relevant Encyclopedia Article

Type

  • Photograph

Format

  • Color photographic print
  • jpg

Coverage

  • Maryville, Illinois
  • 1900s

Identifier

  • MHM-P-0006
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