KeyStone Neighborhood Driving Tour

KeyStone history is tied to the utopian dream of developer E.H. Guyer, who wanted a healthy residential area mid-way between Rock Island and Moline. Although Guyer’s “KeyStone District” was never realized, many ordinary citizens eventually built here looking for what Guyer promised. Most of the major styles prevalent in American architecture from the 1870s to the 1940s exist within the boundaries of KeyStone Neighborhood. Check out the splendid display of the uniquely Midwestern Foursquare homes.
KeyStone Brochure Cover
  • Area: 39th to 46th Streets from 7th to 10th Avenues, KeyStone Neighborhood
  • Pages: 32
  • Year Printed: 1997, Reprinted 2006, 2008
  • Structures Featured: 27
  • .PDF Version: Click on image to left. (may take several minutes to download)
  • Availability: Rock Island Public Library, Rock Island City Hall, Centennial Bridge Visitor Center (May-Sept)
  • Cost: Free