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Nan Wigmore, a great-grandmother from Portland, Ore., takes a rest on State Street during a march from Boeing to President Obama's campaign headquarters.

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Self diagnosis is detrimental. First of all, you create a placebo affect. Secondly, and most importantly, you belittle the struggles and ACTUAL diagnoses of actual sufferers of these disorders. Please don't call yourself OCD just because disorganization bothers you, or ADHD because you sometimes get distracted. The rest of us with these issues don't appreciate it.

YOU get a good morning and YOU get a good morning. Oprah Winfrey, then the new host of WLS-TV's morning talk show "AM Chicago." strikes a pose on State Street in 1984 for a Chicago Tribune photographer.

Victoria Claflin Woodhull, born in 1838, married at age fifteen to an alcoholic and womanizer. She became the first woman to establish a brokerage firm on Wall Street and played an active role in the woman's suffrage movement. She became the first woman to run for President of the United States in 1872. Her name is largely lost in history. Few recognize her name and accomplishments.