Looking south on Michigan Ave, 1947, Chicago

Looking south on Michigan Ave, 1947, Chicago

Juicy Miracle Hams, the Hot Doug’s of 1947, 700 N Western Ave, 1947, Chicago.

Juicy Miracle Hams, the Hot Doug’s of 1947, 700 N Western Ave, 1947, Chicago.

Looking west along the river from Dearborn, 1947, Chicago

Looking west along the river from Dearborn, 1947, Chicago

Looking south on State from Lake, 1947, Chicago

Looking south on State from Lake, 1947, Chicago

Looking east on Randolph from Wells, 1947, Chicago.

The RKO Palace is now the Cadillac Palace Theater.

Looking east on Randolph from Wells, 1947, Chicago.

The RKO Palace is now the Cadillac Palace Theater.

Looking east on Madison from LaSalle, 1947, Chicago

Looking east on Madison from LaSalle, 1947, Chicago

Soldier Field, 1947, Chicago

Soldier Field, 1947, Chicago

Chicago Bears’ quarterback and 4 x NFL Champion, Sid Luckman, shills for PBR, 1949, Chicago.

Chicago Bears’ quarterback and 4 x NFL Champion, Sid Luckman, shills for PBR, 1949, Chicago.

Chicago Bears linebacker, Dick Butkus and the Bears’ mascot, watch the game from the sidelines, 1973, Chicago.

Chicago Bears linebacker, Dick Butkus and the Bears’ mascot, watch the game from the sidelines, 1973, Chicago.

Bronislau “Bronko” Nagurski, Chicago Bears, 1930-37 + 1943, 3 x NFL Champion, Chicago.

La Rabida, Jackson Park, 1945, Chicago. Charles Cushman

via the Charles Cushman Archive: http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/cushman/index.jsp

La Rabida, Jackson Park, 1945, Chicago. Charles Cushman

via the Charles Cushman Archive: http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/cushman/index.jsp

Arrigo Park, 1930, Chicago.

Located at 801 S Loomis, Arrigo is one of the city’s oldest designated parks, with the land dedicated by the city in 1857.

The townhomes along Lexington Ave (seen here in the background and which still stand) date back to the 1870s.

Arrigo Park, 1930, Chicago.

Located at 801 S Loomis, Arrigo is one of the city’s oldest designated parks, with the land dedicated by the city in 1857.

The townhomes along Lexington Ave (seen here in the background and which still stand) date back to the 1870s.

Union Park, 1921, Chicago

Union Park, 1921, Chicago

Greetings from Franklin Park, 1911, Chicago.

Greetings from Franklin Park, 1911, Chicago.

Gage Park, 55th and Western, 1908, Chicago

Gage Park, 55th and Western, 1908, Chicago