Posts tagged 1900's

Sculpture classes at the Art Institute, 1908, Chicago.

The Art Institute, 1907, Chicago.

The Art Institute, 1907, Chicago.

The Museum of Science and Industry (formerly the Palace of Fine Arts for the Columbian Exposition of 1893, then called the Field Museum until the 1920s) at twilight, Jackson Park,1900, Chicago.

The Museum of Science and Industry (formerly the Palace of Fine Arts for the Columbian Exposition of 1893, then called the Field Museum until the 1920s) at twilight, Jackson Park,1900, Chicago.

Wake up, Chicago! 1905, Chicago.

Wake up, Chicago! 1905, Chicago.

Lake Shore Drive along a promenade in Lincoln Park, 1908, Chicago.

Lake Shore Drive along a promenade in Lincoln Park, 1908, Chicago.

Souvenir booklet from Heinegabubler’s Boose (booze) Shop, 536 S State Street, 1905, Chicago.

Heinegabubler’s (For Men Only) was a famous bawdy saloon in the Loop, well known for it’s comedian bartenders and hokey interior.

The bartenders from Heine’s were so popular that they were often poached to go work in the “sporting clubs” of the Levee District to entertain the johns while they waited for their “turns.”

Tuition fees at the Art Institute, 1909, Chicago.

Tuition fees at the Art Institute, 1909, Chicago.

State and Madison, 1906, Chicago.

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State and Madison, 1906, Chicago.

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Cubs on Parade, sheet music,1907, Chicago.

Cubs on Parade, sheet music,1907, Chicago.

Oak and State, 1909, Chicago.

Oak and State, 1909, Chicago.

Patients at the Chicago Dog Hospital, 1902, Chicago.

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Patients at the Chicago Dog Hospital, 1902, Chicago.

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Members of the Life Class at the Art Institute pose with their model, 1905, Chicago.

Members of the Life Class at the Art Institute pose with their model, 1905, Chicago.

Typical weekday traffic on State Street, 1909, Chicago.

Typical weekday traffic on State Street, 1909, Chicago.

The Hyde Park Hotel, 51st (now Hyde Park Blvd) and Lake Park Ave, 1907, Chicago.

The Hyde Park Hotel, 51st (now Hyde Park Blvd) and Lake Park Ave, 1907, Chicago.

Aerial view of the White City Amusement Park, 63rd and what is now MLK Drive, 1908, Chicago.

Aerial view of the White City Amusement Park, 63rd and what is now MLK Drive, 1908, Chicago.