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The Art Institute, 1907, Chicago.

The Art Institute, 1907, Chicago.

Looking south along Pine Street (now N Michigan Ave) from Pearson, 1892, Chicago.

Looking south along Pine Street (now N Michigan Ave) from Pearson, 1892, Chicago.

Looking north from Chicago Ave along Pine Street(now N Michigan Ave), 1872, Chicago.

Looking north from Chicago Ave along Pine Street(now N Michigan Ave), 1872, Chicago.

Looking west to the skyline at Michigan Ave and Washington, 1910, Chicago.

Looking west to the skyline at Michigan Ave and Washington, 1910, Chicago.

The Lexington Hotel, Michigan Ave and 22nd, 1920, Chicago.

The Lexington is famous for once housing Al Capone’s offices and the site in 1986 where Geraldo Rivera embarassingly televised the “opening” of Capone’s vaults to an empty space filled with debris.

The Lexington Hotel, Michigan Ave and 22nd, 1920, Chicago.

The Lexington is famous for once housing Al Capone’s offices and the site in 1986 where Geraldo Rivera embarassingly televised the “opening” of Capone’s vaults to an empty space filled with debris.

Approaching Michigan Ave and Wacker Place, with the Mather Tower under construction, 1928, Chicago.

Approaching Michigan Ave and Wacker Place, with the Mather Tower under construction, 1928, Chicago.

South on N Michigan Ave from Fourth Presbyterian Church, 1965, Chicago.

South on N Michigan Ave from Fourth Presbyterian Church, 1965, Chicago.

Looking south west from N Michigan and Chestnut, 1965, Chicago.

Looking south west from N Michigan and Chestnut, 1965, Chicago.

Dog walkers on N Michigan Ave at Huron, 1952, Chicago.

Dog walkers on N Michigan Ave at Huron, 1952, Chicago.

Michigan Ave north from 13th Street, 1871, Chicago.

Michigan Ave north from 13th Street, 1871, Chicago.

Lakefront skyline, 1946, Chicago.

Lakefront skyline, 1946, Chicago.

Biplanes fly south over the Palmolive Building, 1930, Chicago.

Biplanes fly south over the Palmolive Building, 1930, Chicago.

Looking south from Michigan Ave at Adams, 1890, Chicago.

To the left is the Interstate Exposition Building, replaced by the Art Institute in 1893.

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 Art Institute, 1952, Chicago.

The Art Institute, 1952, Chicago.

Michigan Ave, 1964, Chicago. Jay King

Michigan Ave, 1964, Chicago. Jay King