Located in the Sycamore Public Library
103 E. State Street
Sycamore, IL 60178
815-895-7271

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JoinerHistoryRoom@DeKalbCounty.org

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Images of America - Sycamore

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The attractions of Sycamore include its majestic 1904 county courthouse, domed Carnegie library, well-appointed Victorian homes and tree-lined streets, and flourishing central business district located on a broad main street first laid out in the mid-19th century.  The 1-cent parking meters are a nice touch too. This DeKalb County seat retains the charming appearance of a fictional mid-western small-town USA. Now known far and wide for its annual pumpkin festival in October, Sycamore has a rich historical past. In Sycamore, readers will discover people, businesses, organizations, and events that contributed to this community becoming a place where the slogan Life Offers More in Sycamore was a natural.

The cover, shown above, is of the 1936 Anaconda Wire & Cable Company annual picnic which was held at "The Farm" on East Route 64.
 

available from Amazon and at local stores

Fairview Cemetery Listing

Updated version available on CD- $15.00

Sue Breese and Robert Meyer have recently walked and completed a new transcript of burials.  The information is in Excel format and available for purchase. 

All proceeds (except production costs) from sales are being donated to the Joiner History Room. 

Orders can be made by email.