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Each lot in this subdivision is for all purposes perpetually restricted to the caucasian race (Platbook 230, Page 34, July 10 1926)

The Chicago Daily Tribune, summarizes Addams' talk to the Chicago Bureau of Charities on the morality of charity.
Sacred Spaces in 360°

From the Panotour 360° tour of First Presbyterian Church in Lake Forest, part of Ben Zeller's Sacred Chicago project
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Image of First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest, taken from corner of Deerpath Road and Sheridan Road
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An uncorrected 360 image of the interior of First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest showing the contributor working on the creation of the VR tour

The chancel (altar area) of First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest

The celtic cross on the chancel at First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest
Autopsy of the Pledge

A backlit image of the American Flag from Flickr
Art Institute of Chicago<br />
Fountain of the Great Lakes (subheading)<br />

An image of Foundation of Great Lakes in the 1900s surrounded by a flock of pigeons. It is used as the "then" shot to compare the modern day landscape.

Bird's-eye view of Lake Shore Drive, taken from the Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, 1927.
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Wrecked automobile lying upside-down in a ravine beneath a bridge with a crowd of people standing on a hill in the background
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Informal full-length portrait of Life guards Esther DeWolfe and Arthur Turk Conley wearing bathing suits, posing on the side of a swimming pool in Chicago, Illinois. DeWolfe is sitting in a high lifeguard chair, and Conley is pointing to the left of…

Cover image and part of sheet music for "La Seduccion (Enchantment)" by Henri Clique
06 L'Addio a Napoli.mp3

An MP3 recording of the song "L'Addio a Napoli" lasting 1 min. and 55 secs. long.

An early photo of Ben Hecht at approximately age 25

Artist's rendering of the fire, by Currier and Ives; the view faces northeast across the Randolph Street Bridge.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago<br />
African-American Artists (subheading)<br />
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Cover of the catalogue for Negro in Art Week hosted by the Chicago Art Institute and Chicago Woman's Club
Chicago's Art World, Then and Now

The exterior Entrance to the Art Institute of Chicago building, 111 S. Michigan.

Modern day Lake View Building that houses SAIC
Cliff Dwellers NOW.jpg

Exterior of Orchestra Hall (220 S. Michigan Ave.)-the once location of the Cliff Dwellers Club.
Fine Arts Building NOW.jpg

A modern day long shot of the exterior of the Fine Arts Building and Albert Roullier Art Rooms.
Fine Arts Building (7th Floor) NOW.jpg

This is the modern day interior of the 7th Floor of the Fine Arts Building or the once Albert Roullier Art Rooms.
Brush & Pencil (McClurg Bldg) NOW.jpg

The once site of the home of the Brush and Pencil Magazine or otherwise known as the McClurg Building as seen in the year 2016.
Chicago Academy NOW.jpg

A modern day image of the location 12-30 W. Washington where the once Chicago Academy of Design and the later Art Institute was housed and now hosts a television studio and a shopping mall.

Opening image to accompany 1952 radio drama of The Wonder Hat, illustrated by Jaime Deare.

Opening scene of The Wonder Hat, featuring a large yellow moon, illustrated by Jaime Deare.

Harlequin and Pierrot in moonlight in the opening scene of The Wonder Hat, illustrated by Jaime Deare.

Harlequin and Pierrot talk by moonlight in the opening scene of The Wonder Hat, illustrated by Jaime Deare.

Pierrot gestures in the park by moonlight in the opening scene of The Wonder Hat, illustrated by Jaime Deare.

Punchinello appears carrying his bag of wares, from a scene in The Wonder Hat, illustrated by Jaime Deare.
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