Explore Chicago Tribune, Chicago Illinois and more!

Explore related topics

White Sox fanfare, 1959  ( Tribune photo by Luigi Mendicino )  Fire commissioner Robert Quinn ordered a celebratory five-minute sounding of Chicago's air-raid sirens after the White Sox won the pennant in 1959. The sirens may have scared many Chicagoans, but they did not dampen the enthusiasm of this Loop restaurant owner for his favorite team.

White Sox fanfare, 1959 ( Tribune photo by Luigi Mendicino ) Fire commissioner Robert Quinn ordered a celebratory five-minute sounding of Chicago's air-raid sirens after the White Sox won the pennant in 1959. The sirens may have scared many Chicagoans, but they did not dampen the enthusiasm of this Loop restaurant owner for his favorite team.

Neighborhood protest

Neighborhood protest

Artifacts - The Fight for Women's Rights

Artifacts - The Fight for Women's Rights

Federal officers confiscate liquor during a raid at an establishment on West Adams Street, December 1931.

Federal officers confiscate liquor during a raid at an establishment on West Adams Street, December 1931.

Mrs. O'Leary and Her Cow; Charles R. Clark, Photograph, 1911 (ichi-26580)

Mrs. O'Leary and Her Cow; Charles R. Clark, Photograph, 1911 (ichi-26580)

Franklin D. Roosevelt waves during a rally at Chicago Stadium on Oct. 14, 1936, where he defended his New Deal policies by saying "the train of American business is moving ahead." Less than a month later, he defeated Kansas Governor Alfred Landon in a landslide for his second term in office.

Franklin D. Roosevelt waves during a rally at Chicago Stadium on Oct. 14, 1936, where he defended his New Deal policies by saying "the train of American business is moving ahead." Less than a month later, he defeated Kansas Governor Alfred Landon in a landslide for his second term in office.

Notice: It is considered bad manners and harmful to your taste buds to put ketchup on your hotdog within the city limits of Chicago.

50 Reasons Chicago Is Second To NO City

Notice: It is considered bad manners and harmful to your taste buds to put ketchup on your hotdog within the city limits of Chicago.

Great book - You'll learn a lot about the history of Chicago

Great book - You'll learn a lot about the history of Chicago

Pinterest
Search