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Taylor Street Archives

The Taylor Street Archives is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Italian immigrants who settled in the Taylor Street neighborhood of Chicago, The TSA gathers, catalogs, preserves and displays photos, memorabilia and oral histories, disseminates information about the community and its history, and offers an annual scholarship.

For details, call 888-724-7392 or visit www.taylorstreetarchives.com.

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  1. All of my family lived on Taylor Street. We even have a plaque on one of the buildings dedicated to the Rocco family and the DeLaurentis family. It’s by the Rosebud restaurant. My Uncle Sol Tirtilli owned a bar on Taylor Street.
    John Tirtilli owned a very large home on Polk and Ashland. Many memories as a child! I’m looking for Dr. Angelo Rose. He was a dentist on Taylor Street. I’m looking for any of his family members. If any one could help me find any family members, I would appreciate it. Thank you.

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