Posts tagged Lincoln Park

Boat leaving the harbor at Diversey, 1916, Chicago.

That’s Lake Shore Drive in the lower left corner.

Boat leaving the harbor at Diversey, 1916, Chicago.

That’s Lake Shore Drive in the lower left corner.

Clark and Evanston Ave (later renamed Broadway), north from Diversey, 1910, Chicago.

Clark and Evanston Ave (later renamed Broadway), north from Diversey, 1910, Chicago.

Man on Telephone, Racine and Armitage Avenues, 1987, Chicago. Jay King

Man on Telephone, Racine and Armitage Avenues, 1987, Chicago. Jay King

Looking north on Lake Shore Drive at Fullerton, with the Ferris Wheel (moved from Jackson Park in 1895 to Clark and Wrightwood) in the distance, 1900, Chicago.

Looking north on Lake Shore Drive at Fullerton, with the Ferris Wheel (moved from Jackson Park in 1895 to Clark and Wrightwood) in the distance, 1900, Chicago.

Lake Shore Drive and North Ave, 1929, Chicago.

Lake Shore Drive and North Ave, 1929, Chicago.

The Germania Club Building, 108 Germania Place at Clark (just south of North Ave), 1890, Chicago. 

The building stands. Learn more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germania_Club_Building

The Germania Club Building, 108 Germania Place at Clark (just south of North Ave), 1890, Chicago.

The building stands. Learn more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germania_Club_Building

Lincoln Park at the LaSalle statue, just east of Clark, north of LaSalle, 1893, Chicago.

Lincoln Park at the LaSalle statue, just east of Clark, north of LaSalle, 1893, Chicago.

Beach at Diversey and the lake, Lincoln Park, 1915, Chicago.

LoC.gov

Beach at Diversey and the lake, Lincoln Park, 1915, Chicago.

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The north west corner of North and Halsted, 1926, Chicago

This is where CB2 currently stands.

The north west corner of North and Halsted, 1926, Chicago

This is where CB2 currently stands.

2128 N Halsted (north of Armitage), circa 1987, Chicago.

This 1888 building must have a curse - no retailer seems to be able to stay in business here. Its been vacant for the last 5 years.

Although, it does have a second life as an event space - Just last year I attended a wedding on the roof. A really cool building.

2128 N Halsted (north of Armitage), circa 1987, Chicago.

This 1888 building must have a curse - no retailer seems to be able to stay in business here. Its been vacant for the last 5 years.

Although, it does have a second life as an event space - Just last year I attended a wedding on the roof. A really cool building.

Aerial looking north from Belmont Harbor, 1947, Chicago.

Aerial looking north from Belmont Harbor, 1947, Chicago.

Photo 1: The NW corner of Clark and Diversey, 1900, Chicago

Photo 2: The SE corner of Clark and Diversey, 1900, Chicago

The Laflin Memorial Building, Clark and Armitage, 1915, Chicago.

The Laflin Memorial Building, Clark and Armitage, 1915, Chicago.

Lincoln Park, 1888, Chicago.

Lincoln Park, 1888, Chicago.

Armitage and Kenmore, 1971, Chicago.

Armitage and Kenmore, 1971, Chicago.