Kodachrome looking south on Rush from Pearson toward Chicago Ave, 1948, Chicago.
Skyline from the lake, 1943, Chicago
Club Alabam, 747 N Rush, 1947, Chicago.
“Always 68 degrees and a 9 course deluxe dinner for $1.00.”
The Palmolive Building and it’s Lindbergh beacon is in the background.
Kodachrome looking south on Wabash from Erie, 1948, Chicago
White Sox Luke Appling and Orville Grove, 1943, Chicago
The Open Door Cocktail Lounge, 100 E Superior at Rush, 1947, Chicago
South Side Beach, 1947, Chicago. Wayne Miller
On-leave servicemen and their girlfriends playing volleyball at North Ave Beach, 1943, Chicago
Japanese Americans who had been “relocated” to Chicago during WW 2, enjoy a day at Oak Street Beach, 1949.
Proposal for an unrealized amphitheater in Grant Park, 1940’s, Chicago
Mother watching her child receive a tonsillectomy at Provident Hospital, 1942, Chicago. Jack Delano
Chicago, 1941, Russell Lee
Looking south on Michigan Ave, 1948, Chicago.
Light and Dark (Wrigley and Tribune), 1948, Chicago
Untitled (Nelson Algren and friend, silhouettes), 1949, Chicago. Art Shay
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