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WALLACH FOUNTAIN in Burnham Park near r 55th Street, east of underpass leading to  Promontory Point - When David Wallach —a south side resident who owned a successful  photographic supply business— died in 1894, he left money in his will  for several Chicago charities. As a horse-lover, Wallach had provided  $5,000 to commission a fountain in Burnham Park for “man and beast.” http://ow.ly/vzff5

WALLACH FOUNTAIN in Burnham Park near r 55th Street, east of underpass leading to Promontory Point - When David Wallach —a south side resident who owned a successful photographic supply business— died in 1894, he left money in his will for several Chicago charities. As a horse-lover, Wallach had provided $5,000 to commission a fountain in Burnham Park for “man and beast.” http://ow.ly/vzff5

Hyde Park/Kenwood - Chicago Museum of Science and Industry in background

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Osaka Garden, Hyde Park/Kenwood - Chicago Museum of Science and Industry in background

Chicago, 1907. State Street south from Lake Street.

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The Rosenberg Fountain sits in Grant Park, with condo buildings at One Museum Park in Chicago, Illinois

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Clarence F. Buckingham Memorial Fountain:    The memorial fountain was opened to the public in 1927 in memory of Clarence Bukingham. It is one of the great historic landmarks in Chicago located at the heart of Grant Park. It’s considered one of the biggest fountain in the entire world.

Clarence F. Buckingham Memorial Fountain- Grant park Music and lights on the hour until

West Chicago Avenue and John Hancock Center under construction (1968), by William C. Brubaker. At the intersection of Chicago Avenue and New Orleans Street.

West Chicago Avenue and John Hancock Center under construction by William C. At the intersection of Chicago Avenue and New Orleans Street.

Will Rogers Theater at 5641 W. Belmont Avenue, opened in 1936, demolished in 1987 (Chicago Pin of the Day, 4/28/2017).

Will Rogers Theater 5641 W. Belmont Avenue, Chicago, IL 60634 This place used to show all the old Disney movies back in the

Urban renewal, construction of highways often used as excuse to clear city "slums"   ex. north west Indianapolis   Aerial view of Dan Ryan Expressway, Chicago, 1960s

Urban renewal, construction of highways often used as excuse to clear city "slums" ex. north west Indianapolis Aerial view of Dan Ryan Expressway, Chicago,

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