I know there was a thread about why east-west streets are known by their names on the north side of Chicago (Devon, North, Fullerton, etc) and by their numbers on the south side.
But I'm interested in, and I know there are a few, of any east-west streets on the south side that are named. I'm not talking about ones that are known by both like 55th street/Garfield Blvd, or 67th Street/Marquette, or 12th Street/Roosevelt and similiar streets.
For example there is a street between 51st place and 52nd street and Damen called James Street. Other examples I have found are right off of 47th and Wentworth there is a street called Swann Street and a street between Halsted and Stewart and between 62nd and 63rd street called Englewood Drive.
Strange question I know but not to far off from many of the others in this forum. (Which is awesome BTW).