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Periodicals

  • American Chess Bulletin, January 1922, p. 2 - photo of Charlie Chaplin playing chess with Samuel Reshevsky and a statement that the success of Sammy's far Western tour is due to the personal interest and effort of William F. Drueke of Grand Rapids, Mich., who traveled ahead as advance agent, and that close scrutiny of the picture makes it clear that Charlie and Sammy are playing with a set of the famous Drueke chessmen
  • American Chess Bulletin, March 1922, p. 44 - photo of Will Drueke and Samuel Reshevsky in the center of a U-shaped table of chess players at the Hotel Breslin at Broadway at 29th Street in New York on February 27, 1922
  • Automobile Quarterly, Fourth Quarter 1979, p. 340 - article on Flanders automobiles
  • The Clougher Record, "Families of Medieval Clones," by S. Ó Dufaigh (Rev. Joseph Duffy, Bishop of Clogher since 1979), Volume II, No. 2, 1959, pp. 385-414
  • The Clougher Record, "The Origin of the Three Collas and the Fall of Emain," by Donald M. Schlegel, Volume XVI, No. 2, 1998, pp. 159-181
  • The Clougher Record, "Reweaving the Tapestry of Ancient Ulster," by Donald M. Schlegel, Volume XVII, No. 3, 2002, pp. 689-749
  • The Darien Historical Society Annual, Volume 4, Number 8, 1982 - "The Red Mill at Five Mile River"
  • Duffy's Hibernian Magazine, "The Maguires of Fermanagh," by John Donovan, Volume 2, No. 10, April 1861
  • Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, "Traveling Journeymen in Metternichian South Germany," by George S. Werner, Volume 125, No. 3, Jun. 23, 1981, pp. 190-219

Other Sources

  • Fountaindale Historical Society, 201 Normantown Road, Romeoville, IL 60446, or call 815-886-2030
  • Will County Historical Society, 803 S. State Street, Lockport, IL 60441, or call 815-838-5080

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