Ghosts, 1905, Chicago. G.S. Smallwood
Mrs. C. Merit, mother of man who was killed by a policeman, standing, leaning on a cabinet in a room, 1906, Chicago.
Playing craps outside the Phoenix Lunch Room, 424 Sherman (now Financial Place @ Congress), 1908, Chicago.
Train station, Clark, Carroll and Wells, 1907, Chicago.
Lincoln, Belmont and Ashland, 1905, Chicago.
Graduates of Siebel’s Brewing Academy, 1907, Chicago.
Second photo at Siebel’s, 1909
Established in Chicago in 1868 and now known as the Siebel Institute of Technology, is one of the world’s oldest brewing schools.
State Street by Night (looking north from Jackson), 1906, Chicago.
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Sailboats, Chicago, 1903-05, Chicago. Henri Edmond Cross
Entrance to the White City amusement park, 63rd and South Park (MLK Dr.), 1905, Chicago.
Looking north on Halsted from North Ave, 1900, Chicago
This scene is dramatically different today.
Ryerson and Burnham Archive, Art Institute of Chicago
Twin Gateway Buildings proposal, North Michigan Ave, 1910, Chicago. A. N. Rebort.
Of course we got the Wrigley Building and the Tribune Tower instead…
Easter procession of Italian immigrants, near Taylor St., 1903, Chicago.
A blind newsboy delivers papers with the help of his trusty canine, 1902, Chicago.
Randolph Street Bridge construction, 1903, Chicago.
via Chicago Magazine
Riverview Amusement Park (Belmont and Western), 1908, Chicago.
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