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11 years ago
JimCina
I was not aware of Camp Douglas at all until a couple of years ago when I happened to see a marker for it on Google Earth. And I'm nearing retirement age.
Forum: General Discussion
11 years ago
JimCina
They were converted paddlewheelers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Wolverine_%28IX-64%29
Forum: General Discussion
11 years ago
JimCina
That's the Indian Boundary Park zoo. http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/indian-boundary-park/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Boundary_Park
Forum: Questions and Answers (Q&A)
12 years ago
JimCina
www.historicaerials.com shows Melvina and Indian Rd. have been the way they are now at least since 1951.
Forum: Forgotten Chicago Sightings
12 years ago
JimCina
http://www.historicaerials.com/ sheds a little light on this. Seeley north of where Loyola would intersect it didn't exist in 1938 or 1952, but those 3 houses did. In 1962 Seeley and all the apartments are present. I have related questions for anyone. On the north side, south of Devon, adjacent to the west side of Edgebrook Golf Course, there are houses with no street frontage where Melv
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