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1803
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11752
1812

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1830

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1837
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1847

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1867

in 1867
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1870

in 1870

[Scene on the Des Plaines River.]

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in 1870

[Scene on the Des Plaines River.]

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in 1870

[Scene on the Des Plaines River.]

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in 1870

[Railroad bridge (Chicago & Northwestern?) across the Des Plaines River.]

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in 1870

[Man sitting in a boat.]

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in 1870

[Man fishing.]

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in 1870

[Man fishing on the Des Planes River.]

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1871
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713174

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1874

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1888

in 1888
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1893

in 1893

After the fair

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-430999

in 1893

This 1893 sketch of the then new Art Institute of Chicago shows most of today's Grant Park still submerged under Lake Michigan, with the railroad tracks running along the shoreline behind the Museum

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in 1893

Opening day at the Art Institute, Adams and Michigan

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in 1893
at 111 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60603 USA
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751776

in 1893

Pleasures of Midway Plaisance

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1898

in 1898

Trumpet Vine, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Ill.

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in 1898

Swan Flower, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Ill.

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in 1898

Pomegranate Flower in Section, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois

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in 1898

Papaya, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois

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in 1898

Milkweed Flower, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois

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-415945

in 1898

Giant Aroid (Anthurium), Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois

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in 1898

Chilkat Blanket, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois, Made of Goat Hair and Cedar Bark

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-415943

in 1898

Auditorium and Annex, Chicago, Ill.

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1899

in 1899
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1902

in 1902

Auditorium and Annex, Chicago, Ill.

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1903

in 1903

The Art Institute, Chicago, Ill.

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in 1903

Ryerson Physical Laboratory, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

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-429245

in 1903

Newberry Library, Chicago, Ill.

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1904

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in 1904
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1905
in 1905
a Chicago-based weekly newspaper founded by Robert S. Abbott for primarily African-American readers
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748623
1906

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in 1906

Wright-designed window in Robie House

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1907

in 1907
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in 1907

McKinley Statue, McKinley Park, Chicago, Ill.

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in 1907

University of Chicago Campus, Chicago, Ill.

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-429246
1908

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1909

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1910

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1911

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1912

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1915

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The clock on the Reid Murdoch building appears to show 8:45 a.m

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in 1915

the 'Boy Murderer,' behind bars.

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1916

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1920

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1921
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400173

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1924

in 1924
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in 1924

Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold confront one another shortly after each implicated the other in their joint murder of a 14 year old boy.

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1925

in 1925
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in 1925

The Fourteenth Biennial Convention of the National Associatation of Colored Womens Clubs, August 3-8, 1924; Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, Daytona, Florida, incoming President.

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in 1925

The Fourteenth Biennial Convention of the National Associatation of Colored Womens Clubs, August 3-8, 1924; Miss Hallie Q. Brown, Wilberforce, Ohio, outgoing President.

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in 1925

Home of Liberty Life Insurance Company.

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in 1925

General offices of Liberty Life.

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-420013

in 1925

Frank L. Gillespie; Founder of Liberty Life Insurance Co.

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in 1925

Brigadier-General Franklin A. Denison.

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-418172

in 1925

Quinn Chapel, A.M.E. Church.

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in 1925

St. Elizabeths Catholic Church.

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in 1925
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750259

in 1925

A crowd at Schorlings baseball park enjoying the national pastime; Home of Rube Fosters American Giants.

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-416050

in 1925

Crispus Attucks first martyr for America.

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in 1925

Waiting for jobs at the Chicago Urban League, 3032 South Wabash Avenue; Dedicating Giles Avenue in honor of Lieutenant George L. Giles; A group of tennis fans; A typical wedding scene.

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1926

in 1926
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1928
in 1928
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749119
1929

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1930

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1931

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736653
1935

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1936

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1938

in 1938
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1941

on 4/1941

The movies are popular in the Negro section of Chicago, Illinois, April 1941.

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1943

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1947

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1948

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1950

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in 1950
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in 1950

15 year old high school student Rue Lawrence in class at New Trier High School

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1951

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in 1951
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1952
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745886

in 1952
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1953
in 1953
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715200
1954

in 1954

the first police officer to use a radar gun to issue a speeding ticket, on the job with his radar gun.

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1955

in 1955

Ray Kroc's first McDonald's franchise, 1955, Des Plaines, Illinois

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-1706451
1956

in 1956
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-1728759
1957

in 1957
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