State Street, 1956, Chicago
Clarendon Beach, 1919, Chicago
Two magazine covers by JC Leyendecker, 1916 and 1936.
Leyendecker was a Chicago artist who rose to fame for his magazine and fashion illustrations. His subjects were varied, but he is most famous for his portraits of athletes and the military.
He often used Chicago beachfront lifeguards as his models.
Suspected prostitutes hiding their faces at a city hall court house, 1936, Chicago
Chicago Tribune Archives
Kodachrome, looking north on Michigan Ave, 1946, Chicago.
Inside the offices of the architectural firm, Bertrand Goldberg and Associates, 1965, Chicago.
Bertrand Golberg Archives
Tinted lantern slide of Clarendon Beach, between Wilson and Montrose, 1916, Chicago.
Update: Thanks to the Friends of Cuneo for correcting the time frame.
Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Art Institute of Chicago
Smoking pot on Lake Shore Drive, 1976, Chicago. Lee Balterman
Checking out the new monkey exhibit, Lincoln Park Zoo, 1894, Chicago
Tennis lessons, 1969, Chicago
via University of Chicago Digital Archives
Wilson Ave Beach, 1908, Chicago
Lifeguard training, Portage Park, 1949, Chicago
Clarendon Beach, 1919, Chicago.
Oak Street Beach, 1960, Chicago
Oak Street Beach, 1950, Chicago
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