The 1950s was a turning point for Libertyville; the town was growing up, transitioning from a quaint farming community into a vibrant upper-middle class suburban village. Carl Cizek documented this change in a series of photographs. Recaptured today, the images offer a visual journey of a maturing town. .
Author Bio: Laura Hickey, Arlene Lane, and Sonia Schoenfield are employees of Cook Memorial Library. Their enthusiasm for local history is evident in the colorful captions and accompanying photography of this publication
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