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STATE STREET – CHICAGO THEATER 1932

PHOTO – CHICAGO – STATE STREET – CHICAGO THEATER – STATE-LAKE THEATER – NOTE ORPHEUM CIRCUIT – NOTE ARCADE – LIGHTS ON CHICAGO THEATER BUILDING – STREETCAR TRACKS – NIGHT – 1932

The Chicago Historical Society moved to 632 N. Dearborn in 1896. This building, designed by Henry Ives Cobb, became home to the Excalibur nightclub in 1986, after the Society moved locations in 1932.

The Chicago Historical Society moved to 632 N. Dearborn in This building, designed by Henry Ives Cobb, became home to the Excalibur nightclub in after the Society moved locations in.

The corner of Wabash and Randolph, c.1930, Chicago.

The corner of Wabash and Randolph, Chicago. This is only 2 blocks from our Chicago Office!

Downtown Chicago without any skyscrapers. From 1924.

Downtown Chicago without any skyscrapers. From Two years ago I stayed at a hotel in Chicago that had this same view.

Don Roth's Blackhawk Restaurant / Chicago & Wheeling, Illinois / 1920-2009

Don Roth's Blackhawk Restaurant / Chicago & Wheeling, Illinois / mother worked here for 12 years. She was the head hostess. Had to wear heels for 12 hours everyday!

Looking south on Michigan Ave from Pearson, 1944, Chicago. And yes, as referenced in photos here before, that is a pedestrian bridge crossin...

Looking south on Michigan Ave from Pearson, Chicago. And yes, as referenced in photos here before, that is a pedestrian bridge crossing Michigan Ave!

Dearborn and Madison, 1869, Chicago. Chicago History Museum Archives (2 years before the fire)

Dearborn and Madison, Chicago. Chicago History Museum Archives years before the fire)

Construction of Navy Pier in 1914. It was completed in 1916.

Municipal Pier in Chicago under construction on September Construction was completed in It was renamed Navy Pier in 1927 to honor the navy veterans of World War I.

The old Chicago Board of Trade building opened on this date in 1885. It was replaced by the current building in 1930.

The old Chicago Board of Trade building opened on this date in It was replaced by the current building in

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