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Mrs. John A. Logan, Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife: An Autobiography, Chapter 13: (search)
who were foremost in the work of rebuilding Chicago. On the corner of Twenty-second Street and Calumet Avenue lived Mr. Daniel Jones and his interesting family. Mr. Jones was one of the pioneers of Chicago — a short, sturdy, active man, who took paMr. Jones was one of the pioneers of Chicago — a short, sturdy, active man, who took part in everything that contributed to the prosperity of his beloved city, and by his will many charitable institutions were greatly benefited. Mr. L. Z. Leiter, the famous merchant, and his family lived directly opposite us. Their children, like the measures that had been advocated and the policies adopted by his party. Rumors of the great wealth of Stewart and Jones of Nevada, had been heralded before they made their appearance in the Senate, and it was not long before they demonstratetory of the life of Mrs. Sartoris, the death of her husband, her return to her native land, and her recent marriage to Mr. Jones of Chicago — a man of high standing and character — is well known. Of her three children, her son and one daughter re