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10 years ago
QlassiQue
Join FC this month for two all-new tours - the first-ever walking tour outside Chicago city limits, in fascinating Blue Island, as well as FC's first-bus tour, in the Clearing Industrial District. Another first - a visit inside a rare surviving Bertrand Goldberg home, during the Blue Island tour. These two exclusive tours should sell out fast, so reserve your spot today!
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10 years ago
QlassiQue
The Newberry Library also has a huge collection of Chicago phone books. You can get a free research card - the staff is very friendly and helpful - it appears that they have the White Pages from those years: http://www.newberry.org/sites/default/files/textpage-attachments/City%20Directories.pdf
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10 years ago
QlassiQue
Are you referring to bridge structures from the former 23rd Street bridge, which used to take cars to the original (East) building until it was closed to traffic with the 1996 South Building addition? Serhii Chrucky wrote about this in his Lake Shore Drive Redux article: http://forgottenchicago.com/articles/lake-shore-drive-redux/ Speaking of McCormick Place, if you haven't already seen it,
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10 years ago
QlassiQue
Thanks for any help you are able to provide: • Tijuana Taco was announced as having locations at 320 St. Charles Road in Villa Park; Halsted & 112th Street in Chicago, 156th and Dixie Highway in Harvey, and Ogden and Western near Downers Grove. The Tijuana office was listed at 120 E. Ogden in Hinsdale. • Here’s Johnny was announced for Milwaukee Avenue in Niles (no address given)
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10 years ago
QlassiQue
For our upcoming FC175 event, Forgotten Chicago is researching long-gone Chicagoland restaurant chains. Does anyone have any memories (good or bad) from the following? We are interested in the location, food, quality, décor, etc. of the chains below: • Tijuana Taco • Here’s Johnny • Beef & Barrel • 3 Bears • E. A. & T. Junction (railroad themed eatery) Thanks! The
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