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  • Charissa Weaks

    Chicago: Charlie's city, and one of my favorite places.

  • Kate Smith

    Chicago: A favorite city ... Traveled there by train in the early '70's with Grandma and Grandpa and saw my first Big City, first museum, first pollution (soap "icebergs" on Lake Michigan and South Bend's stinking manufacturing zone). My cousins taught me how to be a big city girl and not a tourist ( don't stick your head out of the car window to see the tops of the buildings)

  • Linda Diersing Baker

    Chicago City Lights


    Chicago night lights

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