Over the past week I posted photos of Devon Avenue, which is at the southern end of the West Rogers Park neighborhood. Today's lead-off photos begin near the north end of the neighborhood, on Touhy Avenue
Below: The Yeshiva is an Orthodox boys-only school, through grade 8. There has been a yeshiva at this location for as long as I can remember, but the name changed some time in the last couple of years. The church next door, the one with "power and authority," is Pentecostal, with an African immigrant congregation led by a man who says he's the eldest son of a prophet.
The Pentecostal church is a more recent addition to the neighborhood.
An Iraqi restaurant (red awning), and an Iraqi-Assyrian restaurant and grocery store (black awning) .
Below: many of the neighborhood homes are bunglows, but there are also larger homes, and many large multi-unit buildings and owner-occupied 2 and 3 flats.
A tiny home with a Spanish tile roof.
Apartment House at Fitch and Rockwell.
I think the building in the two photos above is a co-op or condo building.
A row of boxy 2-flats on West Estes.
St. Andrews Romanian Orthodox (Eastern Catholic) Church. This makeshift church shares a building with a Roman Catholic rectory for St. Margaret Mary Church. The large RC church is next door. Fewer priests means lots of room in these old rectories.