MainStreet Libertyville

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MainStreet Libertyville  ·  MainStreet Libertyville is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the economic development and historic preservation of Libertyville's downtown
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The art modern-style Liberty Theatre, opened in 1937, and may be best known for its most famous employee: Marlon Brando.

The art modern-style Liberty Theatre, opened in and may be best known for its most famous employee: Marlon Brando.

A table awaits customers at Salerno's Ristorante & Pizzeria in downtown Libertyville while businesses across Milwaukee Avenue are reflected in the front window.

We roamed around Libertyville taking photos of things that caught our eye. Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Libertyville.

The softball diamond at the Libertyville Sports Complex features lights for night play and hosts adult leagues every night of the week in spring, summer and fall.

Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Libertyville.

This home at Lake Street and Brainerd Avenue is among many old or historic structures in and around the downtown.

Images: Icons of Libertyville

The National Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe on Route 176 is better known as Marytown. It is a ministry of the Conventual Franciscans Friars of St. Bonaventure province.

The National Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe on Route 176 is better known as Marytown. It is a ministry of the Conventual Franciscans Friars of St.

The Dairy Dream drive-in on Route 176 just west of Butterfield Road has been a favorite for ice cream, burgers, beefs and hot dogs since 1961.

The Dairy Dream drive-in on Route 176 just west of Butterfield Road has been a favorite for ice cream, burgers, beefs and hot dogs since

The Liberty Walk on Milwaukee Avenue is one of several pass throughs between buildings downtown.

We roamed around Libertyville taking photos of things that caught our eye. Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Libertyville.

Lakeside Cemetery overlooking Butler Lake was established in the 1840s and is the burial place for some of the town's pioneers including Tobias Wynkoop, Horace Butler, and Calvin Appley.

Lakeside Cemetery overlooking Butler Lake was established in the and is the burial place for some of the town's pioneers including Tobias Wynkoop, Horace Butler, and Calvin Appley.

The Aloha Falls miniature golf facility at Peterson Road and Route 45 has two Hawaiian-themed courses, including one with a waterfall.

Images: Icons of Libertyville

The Libertyville Township Soccer Complex off Winchester Road has 20 fields on about 110 acres of rolling countryside.

We roamed around Libertyville taking photos of things that caught our eye. Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Libertyville.

One of the buildings at the David Adler Music & Arts Center. The architect's estate at 1700 N. Milwaukee Ave., is on the National Register of Historic Places.

One of the buildings at the David Adler Music & Arts Center. The architect's estate at 1700 N., is on the National Register of Historic Places.

A water tower on the west side of town presents a contrast to the autumn sky.

We roamed around Libertyville taking photos of things that caught our eye. Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Libertyville.

Originally known as Vardin's Grove, the village's 15 residents voted to change the name to Independence Grove but learned the name had been taken so Libertyville was established on April 16, 1837. This logo was approved in 2006.

Originally known as Vardin's Grove, the village's 15 residents voted to change the name to Independence Grove but learned the name had been taken so Libertyville was established on April This logo was approved in

Butler Lake has been a centerpiece of the community for more than a century.

We roamed around Libertyville taking photos of things that caught our eye. Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Libertyville.

This structure on Church Street just west of Milwaukee Ave., was built as a post office and served in that capacity from 1935 until 1991. The village owned structure hosts community events and is the home of a senior center.

This structure on Church Street just west of Milwaukee Ave., was built as a post office and served in that capacity from 1935 until The village owned structure hosts community events and is the home of a senior center.