Looking south from Chicago Ave and Rush St, 1962, Chicago. Andreas Feininger

Looking south from Chicago Ave and Rush St, 1962, Chicago. Andreas Feininger

An “L” car approaching Dearborn Station, passing the Fisher Building, 1899, Chicago.

An “L” car approaching Dearborn Station, passing the Fisher Building, 1899, Chicago.

Michigan Ave, south from 21st, 1892, Chicago.

Michigan Ave, south from 21st, 1892, Chicago.

Be a Goodfellow!,1943, Chicago

Cars parked will be greased and washed for 99 cents.

Be a Goodfellow!,1943, Chicago

Cars parked will be greased and washed for 99 cents.

Chicago Landscape 26,1964, Chicago. Art Sinsabaugh

Chicago Landscape 26,1964, Chicago. Art Sinsabaugh

Nortown Theater, Halsted Street, Chicago Heights, 1987, Chicago. Jay Boersma

Nortown Theater, Halsted Street, Chicago Heights, 1987, Chicago. Jay Boersma

Streeterville, 1957, Chicago.

Streeterville, 1957, Chicago.

Wrigley Field, 1952, Chicago.

Happy 100th Birthday, Wrigley!

Wrigley Field, 1952, Chicago.

Happy 100th Birthday, Wrigley!

Comiskey Park, 2014, Chicago. Max Wastler

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Comiskey Park, 2014, Chicago. Max Wastler

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Armour’s Star, “The Ham What Am” advertisement, featuring images of the Stockyards, 1930, Chicago.

Armour’s Star, “The Ham What Am” advertisement, featuring images of the Stockyards, 1930, Chicago.

Daley Plaza, Chicago, 1969, Chicago. Pol Bury

Daley Plaza, Chicago, 1969, Chicago. Pol Bury

Aerial view looking north, 1925, Chicago.

Aerial view looking north, 1925, Chicago.

Sunrise at Belmont Harbor, 1958, Chicago.

Sunrise at Belmont Harbor, 1958, Chicago.

Cottage Grove near Drexel Blvd, 1893, Chicago.

Cottage Grove near Drexel Blvd, 1893, Chicago.

Men’s hour at Waller’s Public Bath,  at what is now 19 S. Peoria, 1901, Chicago.

Waller’s was the last of the city’s bath houses, closing in 1979.

Men’s hour at Waller’s Public Bath, at what is now 19 S. Peoria, 1901, Chicago.

Waller’s was the last of the city’s bath houses, closing in 1979.