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    Frank Pape, "Chicago's toughest cop," or brutal enforcer?

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    Kinzie Street Bridge, Chicago, Illinois

    Margaret Meade, photographing Maxwell Street, Chicago,1956, uncredited

    University Club of Chicago (1909), 76 East Monroe Street

    Street scene, looking north west at the corner of State and Monroe, 1927, Chicago.

    Street Scene on 47th Street, on Chicago's South Side -1973

    Chicago, State Street, 1950s


    Door Pippin's Tavern Entrance to Pippin's Tavern on Rush Street and Chicago Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.

    Potter (& Bertha) Palmer's castle, at the corner of Michigan Ave. and Oak St. - Chicago.(It's gone now)

    Chicago Theater Ghost Sign

    The Chicago World's Fair Century of Progress Exposition of 1933 was held to celebrate the city's centennial and was built around a theme of technological innovation. The fair's motto was: "Science Finds, Industry Applies, Man Conforms." This poster shows the Federal Building with a gold dome and three fluted towers that represent the three branches of United States Government.

    Century of Progress: 1934 Chicago World's Fair. #vintage #chicago

    The 1893 World's Columbian Exposition grounds were truly magnificent. Artists & architects followed guidelines: classical Greek style, no taller than 60 ft., & all buildings were to be painted white.


    Three marquees,State Street at Randolph, Chicago,1962 by Theatre Posts, via Flickr


    Winter, State & Randolph Streets, Chicago, IL. Photo: Joon Han, via Flickr