It was 1909, and automobiles were still toys for super wealthy Americans like Ira Cobe, a Chicago financier and the president of the Chicago Auto Club.
CROWN POINT | A popular century-old local tradition may be coming to an end.
CROWN POINT | Tom Rock looked like a living history exhibit at the Lake County Fairgrounds Saturday afternoon.
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