Looking south from Michigan Ave at Adams, 1890, Chicago.
To the left is the Interstate Exposition Building, replaced by the Art Institute in 1893.
The Graf Zeppelin passes over Grant Park, 1929, Chicago.
Looking north east from Michigan and Randolph, 1902, Chicago
The skyline at sunset, 1964, Chicago.
Grant Park, 1955, Chicago
Buckingham Fountain, 1927, Chicago. Charles Turzak
Aerial shot of the Loop and Grant Park, 1922, Chicago
End of the day in Grant Park, 1931, Chicago. Milton Myers
Michigan at Congress, 1971, Chicago. Rene Burri
Looking south past the Carbide and Carbon building to Grant Park from the Mather Tower at 75 E Wacker, 1930, Chicago. Victor Haveman
Looking south on Michigan Ave at 12th Street (now Roosevelt), 1910, Chicago.
The arch was built in celebration of the Knights Templar Conclave.
Note the Miller High Life sign, which was connected to the Illinois Central train station.
Grant Park, 1956, Chicago
The Prudential Building lit for Christmas, 1968, Chicago.
A crowd gathers to view the Christmas decorations in Grant Park at Michigan and Randolph, 1913, Chicago.
The smoke seen in the first picture is a northbound Illinois Central train along the lakefront.
Christmas decorations in Grant Park, 1915, Chicago.
This appears to be at Michigan and Randolph - the recently completed Municipal Pier (now Navy Pier) can be see to the north and east just behind the tip of the Christmas tree.
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