WendyCity :: Images from Chicago

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Fall Bean.jpg by Milosh Kosanovich on Flickr.
Skyscraper Mosaic by rjseg1 on Flickr.

Skyscraper Mosaic by rjseg1 on Flickr.

Michigan Avenue by player_pleasure on Flickr.
Urban Forest by Steven B. Weinberg on Flickr.
Out of the Light by rjseg1 on Flickr.

Out of the Light by rjseg1 on Flickr.

Out of the Light by rjseg1 on Flickr.

Out of the Light by rjseg1 on Flickr.

Angie McMonigal PhotographyAngie McMonigal Photography-8049-Edit by Angie McMonigal on Flickr.
Angie McMonigal PhotographyAngie McMonigal Photography-8104-Edit-Edit by Angie McMonigal on Flickr.
End of Open House Sautrday
Angie McMonigal PhotographyAngie McMonigal Photography-8141-Edit by Angie McMonigal on Flickr.
Angie McMonigal PhotographyAngie McMonigal Photography-8143-Edit by Angie McMonigal on Flickr.
Angie McMonigal Photography-1083-Edit by Angie McMonigal on Flickr.
themanonfive:

860-880 N. Lake Shore Drive under construction with Palmolive/Playboy Building on left c. 1950

themanonfive:

860-880 N. Lake Shore Drive under construction with Palmolive/Playboy Building on left c. 1950

(Source: 860880lakeshoredrive.com)

themanonfive:

Sky-Ride “rocket” car at 1933-34 Century of Progress World’s Fair. Crossing the lagoon between Northerly Island and the lakefront. Each car fit 36 passengers who paid $.40 for a 4 minute ride.

themanonfive:

Sky-Ride “rocket” car at 1933-34 Century of Progress World’s Fair. Crossing the lagoon between Northerly Island and the lakefront. Each car fit 36 passengers who paid $.40 for a 4 minute ride.

(Source: flickr.com)

themanonfive:

"Gloria Swanson looks up and gasps as W.R. Voght, superintendent of the Skyride, points out the platform, 628 feet straight up, from which she has just previewed the 1934 World’s Fair. She was the first 1934 Skyride rider."

themanonfive:

"Gloria Swanson looks up and gasps as W.R. Voght, superintendent of the Skyride, points out the platform, 628 feet straight up, from which she has just previewed the 1934 World’s Fair. She was the first 1934 Skyride rider."

(Source: collections.carli.illinois.edu)