Calumet 412 is sad to announce that iconic Chicago photographer Wayne F. Miller passed away yesterday at the age of 94.
Many of Miller’s amazing photographs, documenting life on Chicago’s South Side and Bronzeville, have been posted here over the past 2 years. There will be many more to come.
Learn more about Mr. Miller here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_F._Miller
Juke Joint, Bronzeville, 1946, Chicago
Ghosts, 1905, Chicago. G.S. Smallwood
Untitled (Maxwell Street), 1965, Chicago. Vivian Maier
Rush Hour, 2005, Chicago. John Dowell
Madison Grammar School Demolition, 1937, Chicago. Edmund Teske
Sex workers, 1880, Chicago
Rain and fog, Michigan and Wacker, 1941, Chicago
Looking west from the mouth of the river, 1938, Chicago
Kodachrome looking south on Rush from Pearson toward Chicago Ave, 1948, Chicago.
Harry’s New York CaBARet, a Schlitz Restaurant, 400 N Wabash, 1947, Chicago
Skyline from the lake, 1943, Chicago
Looking west on Ohio from Rush, 1963, Chicago
Visitors to the Palmer House take a guided tour of the city, 1885, Chicago.
Looking west along the river from Michigan Ave, 1929, Chicago