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Historic Sites in Chicago, IL

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These two statues, one symbolizing agriculture and the other industry, once stood over the main entrance of the Board... hmdb.org

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On this site stood the Sauganash Hotel, built in 1831 by pioneer Mark Beaubien, which was location of the frontier to... hmdb.org

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On October 7, 1871, the Great Fire of Chicago started on the south side of the city and continued north. As the fire ... hmdb.org

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Near this site in 1833, the log store of John S.C. Hogan, was this section’s only post office, serving settler from m... hmdb.org

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Jack Brickhouse

Chicago, IL

[Front:] [Artwork motif of Wrigley Field, Soldier Field and Comiskey Park.] 'Hey Hey' [Left Side:] Inducted into Medi... hmdb.org

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Builder: Marine Industries Limited, Sorel, Quebec, Canada Launched on June 28, 1947 Hull Number: 144 Length: 372.6 ft... hmdb.org

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At 4 P.M. on January 17, 1992, a series of explosions and fires ravaged the River West community. The fires were in a... hmdb.org

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Built in 1883, the Donohue Building was the first large printing factory in historic Printing House Row. The Annex wa... hmdb.org

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Chicago's early Catholic Cemetery ran from North Av. south to Schiller St., and Dearborn St. to the lake, now Astor S... hmdb.org

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The Karpen Furniture Company commissioned Marshal and Fox to design a 12-story showroom and company office. The build... hmdb.org

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The 1852 funeral for David Kennison was the most elaborate Chicago had ever seen. The City paid all expenses, and don... hmdb.org

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Chicago Landmark This massive block-long office building was built to house one of Chicago’s leading banks and exempl... hmdb.org

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In honor of Rene Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle & Henry de Tonti who passed through this river on their way to the... hmdb.org

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Attributed to famed architect William Le Baron Jenney, the Rowe Building, a printing arts factory built in 1892, typi... hmdb.org

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This terra-cotta-clad flat-iron building makes the most of its triangular building lot. Like many neighborhood banks ... hmdb.org

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Grant Park

Chicago, IL

[Decorative features listed left to right; click on marker to enlarge] Console Size: 7’-0 high 3’-6 wide 6’-0 deep Ma... hmdb.org

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In the early 1800s and 1900s, Old Town was a thriving community of immigrants, laborers, brewers and civic leaders wh... hmdb.org

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Still withstanding the test of time, the Terminal Building has hosted numerous receptions, parties and shows since it... hmdb.org

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Tribune Tower

Chicago, IL

Tribune Tower John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, architects 1925 This design was the result of an international comp... hmdb.org

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Joanne H. Alter was elected Commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, and serve... hmdb.org

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