I noticed these streets on the southside, Parsimony and Elsdon. I am not sure, however, if they are private or public streets. They carry official Chicago streetsigns. Here is a google maps link to the corner of Parsimony and Elsdon: http://tinyurl.com/4yxaps
For some reason Waterloo Court was left off the list. (Located midway between Broadway and Clark Street) It has the unique distinction of intersecting with Wellington Avenue (3000 North). This would be an ideal location for a statue of Napoleon.
I recently obtained a copy of the most recent precinct map of the 19th ward from the Chicago Board of Elections and discovered a very short street. The only other place I could find it is in a 1993 Chicago zoning book. If you look at the map on the Citys GIS website it shows this as city right-of-way but doesn’t have the street name. It is located in Beverly between Wood, Prospect, 101st St, and 101st Pl at 1619 West and runs roughly from 10000 to 10006 South. If this actually is considered a street then from what I can tell it would be the shortest street in the city. The other end of the block has another similar looking “street” but I see no indication on any map that it actually has a name.
As far as I can tell the street serves no purpose and is basically a driveway for the two homes on either side of it with garages on both sides at the end of it.
This street is so obscure that Google maps doesn’t even recognize it. If you use the address 1633 West 100th Street in Google Street View you will be able to see it. As you can tell it doesn’t appear to have a typical curb cut as you would see for a driveway so it appears that the city is treating it as a street even though there is no street sign for it. So basically the people on either side of it are getting their driveway maintained for free and pay no property taxes on it.
Jane Court shows up on 1950s Fire Insurance maps, but is not listed as a street in the City's current zoning map. It would definitely be short enough for the page, but as it seems to be un-signed and un-recognized by the city, it shouldn't be included. Interesting find, though.