Looking south from Michigan Ave at Adams, 1890, Chicago.
To the left is the Interstate Exposition Building, replaced by the Art Institute in 1893.
McCormick Seminary, Halsted and Fullerton, 1898, Chicago.
French advertisement poster for Armour’s Beef Extract from Chicago, 1893.
Maxwell Street, 1898, Chicago.
The Kinzie Apartment Building, corner of Chicago Ave and Pine (now N Michigan Ave), 1892, Chicago.
West entrance to the Midway Plaisance, Columbian Exposition World’s Fair, 1893, Chicago
The Pontiac, 542 S Dearborn and Harrison, 1891, Chicago.
The building still stands.
The Morrill Twins and their tandem, 1893, Chicago.
The Columbus Memorial Building, State and Washington, 1898, Chicago.
Sinai Congregation Synagogue (demolished), 21st and Indiana, 1898, Chicago.
The decaying Government and Fisheries Buildings in the winter after the Columbian Exposition, 1894, Chicago.
Most of the remaining buildings would be destroyed by fire in July of the same year.
View from the ruins of the Peristyle after the fire of January 1894, Columbian Exposition, Chicago.
Waiting room at the Illinois Central Rail Station, replete with spittoons, 12th (Roosevelt) and Michigan Ave, 1894, Chicago.
State Street, 1899, Chicago.
View of the Horticultural Building in winter, Columbian Exposition, 1893, Chicago.
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