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7 years ago
LarryK
Check out the website www.Calumet412.com. Over 5000 pictures of Chicago from the 1890s to the 1970s.
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7 years ago
LarryK
Check out the website Openhousechicago.org. To be held in mid October and sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Foundation. You will be able to visit over 150 places in Chicago that are generally not opened to the public. For details download their event guide.
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7 years ago
LarryK
Check out the website www.Calumet412.com. Over 5,000 pictures of Chicago from the 1890s to the 1970s.
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9 years ago
LarryK
Jack the Barber. There used to be a barber shop on 45th St. between Richmond and Francisco. Is this the one you remember??
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10 years ago
LarryK
There used to be a bowling alley in the basement of Five Holy Martyrs School at about 4300 S. Francisco. There were about 10 lanes. It closed sometime in the late 50s.
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