Central Continental Bakery is Pine Manor’s wedding cake and baked goods partner. CCB is featured on PinePerks.com and has been a Mount Prospect tradition since opening its doors in 1922. The bakery’s website describes four generations of the best bakers in the Chicagoland area and it’s no surprise that everyone raves about the delicious wedding cakes, pastries and baked goods that we use at our weddings and receptions.Continue reading A Tradition Since 1922 – Central Continental Bakery
Warrant to: William Busse married to Dina Busse, of the village of Mt. Prospect, County of CookContinue reading Boorman, Coughlin, and Forde Real Estate in Mt. Prospect Obtain Property for Busse Family – 1928
Plat of Dedication for Public Highway in Section 12. Township 41 North, Range 11 East Third Principal Meridian, in the Village of Mt. Prospect.
Continue reading The Route 83 S-Curves, a Piece of Mount Prospect History
Cook County Illinois, Recorder of Deeds, Plat 7675908 July 25, 1922 William Busse, Jr Notary Public
George Meier & Sophia Busse Meier were the first owners of Pine Manor in 1928. But were they cousins? You tell me.
In the summer of 1848, Fredrick & Johanna Busse, immigrants from Hanover, Germany, walked to the end of Milwaukee Avenue with their four sons and two daughters, seeking personal freedom, opportunity, and rich black earth. They found all three in Elk Grove Township.Continue reading First Owners of Pine Manor