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American Pharaoh: Mayor Richard J. Daley - His Battle for Chicago and the Nation

American Pharaoh: Mayor Richard J. Daley - His Battle for Chicago and the Nation

Richard J. Daley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard J. Daley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard J. Daley Center Http://www.brownstonelaw.com

Richard J. Daley Center Http://www.brownstonelaw.com

Richard J. Daley Center in Chicago, IL

Richard J. Daley Center in Chicago, IL

BULLETIN.,. William Balfour, the man accused of murdering three members of singer-actress Jennifer Hudson's family in the fall of 2008, was found guilty Friday on all counts.

BULLETIN.,. William Balfour, the man accused of murdering three members of singer-actress Jennifer Hudson's family in the fall of 2008, was found guilty Friday on all counts.

Richard J. Daley -  1955 though the end of 1976 by Richard J. Daley

Richard J. Daley - 1955 though the end of 1976 by Richard J. Daley

Richard J Daley Center building plans

Richard J Daley Center building plans

Chicago's Bud Billiken's Day parade 1956. President Harry Truman, John Sengtacke (creator of The Chicago Defender), and Mayor Richard J. Daley greet the crowd.

Chicago's Bud Billiken's Day parade 1956. President Harry Truman, John Sengtacke (creator of The Chicago Defender), and Mayor Richard J. Daley greet the crowd.

Richard J Daley, 2011 Inductee to the Irish American Hall of Fame.

Richard J Daley, 2011 Inductee to the Irish American Hall of Fame.

Richard J. Daley Center (Part Three) | Connecting the Windy City

Richard J. Daley Center (Part Three) | Connecting the Windy City

Democratic Convention (1968)'The whole world is watching' was the chant that filled the streets that August as Mayor Richard J Daley's police batoned peaceniks trying to get control of the streets.

Democratic Convention (1968)'The whole world is watching' was the chant that filled the streets that August as Mayor Richard J Daley's police batoned peaceniks trying to get control of the streets.

Corner of Washington & Dearborn streets in Chicago, 1962. The block bordered by this corner and Clark & Randolph streets --   including everything seen here --  would soon be demolished to make way for Daley Plaza and the 648-foot tall, 31-story Richard J. Daley Center, which opened in 1965 as the city's tallest building. The mark would stand until completion of the John Hancock Center in 1969.

Corner of Washington & Dearborn streets in Chicago, 1962. The block bordered by this corner and Clark & Randolph streets -- including everything seen here -- would soon be demolished to make way for Daley Plaza and the 648-foot tall, 31-story Richard J. Daley Center, which opened in 1965 as the city's tallest building. The mark would stand until completion of the John Hancock Center in 1969.