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Chicago (View of West Randolph Street)

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West End Theatre    121 N. Cicero Avenue, Chicago, IL 60644

West End Theatre 121 N. Cicero Avenue, Chicago, IL 60644

RKO Palace, Chicago, IL – 1937

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Looking north on Chicago's Michigan Blvd. by Van Buren St.Art Institute is on the right. Note the old "Pabst Blue Ribbon" sign that is peaking above it .which was located down at Randolph St.

Dearborn Station tracks, Chicago?

Dearborn Station tracks, Chicago?

Rialto Theatre    336 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60604

Rialto Theatre 336 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60604

Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus camp in Grant Park, 1930. Photograph by Eddie Jackson.

Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus camp in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, Photograph by Eddie Jackson. Want a copy of this photo? Visit our Rights and Reproductions Department and give them this number: Connect with the Museum

The Palmolive Building, lit for Christmas, as seen from the courtyard of Fourth Presbyterian, 1933, Chicago.

The Palmolive Building, lit for Christmas, as seen from the courtyard of Fourth Presbyterian, Chicago.

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