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Chicago Police Officer Pat Barret examines 13 bullet holes in a glass window at the scene of an attempted murder, c. 1928    http://chicagohistorymuseum.tumblr.com/post/12470966712/chicago-police-officer-pat-barret-examines-13

Chicago Police Officer Pat Barret examines 13 bullet holes in a glass window at the scene of an attempted murder, c. 1928 Want a copy of this photo?

1920s Edna St. Vincent Millay Protests execution of Sacco and Vanzetti by vassarcollegearchives, via Flickr

Vincent Millay, a notable Vassar alum, holds a sign protesting the impending execution of Sacco and Vanzetti. © Vassar College, Archives & Special Collections Ref.

"The 21 Club" in Manhatten. Swankiest Prohibition speakeasy that opened in 1929. Still exists today.

A Secret Cellar the Feds Couldn't Find

The 21 Club, Prohibition Era Speakeasy opened in Now a Popular NYC Restaurant - ABC News

Picture of The Columbia Fountain in the 1893 World’s Fair 1893 Chicago Columbian Exposition World's Fair Photos (c) 2013 David Phillips. Photographs are available for purchase - call or email to inquire about pricing.

Picture of The Columbia Fountain in the 1893 World’s Fair 1893 Chicago Columbian Exposition World's Fair Photos (c) 2013 David Phillips. Photographs are available for purchase - call or email to inquire about pricing.

1909 rush hour - cool! Hasn't changed much in 104 yrs lol

1909 rush hour

Funny pictures about 1909 rush hour. Oh, and cool pics about 1909 rush hour. Also, 1909 rush hour photos.

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Looking southwest from the Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition

Chicago, 1907. State Street south from Lake Street.

Chicago, State Street south from Lake Street. I marvel to think that my Chicago born Grandpa Pinner, of German and Swiss parents, was 23 years old at the time.

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