Typographic Linocut Map of Central London by Abigail Daker
Chicago River South Branch straightening in progress, 1929
The 1862 Wells Street Station was destroyed in 1871 by the Great Chicago Fire and replaced by a temporary wood structure, until the C&NW built the grand, red-brick, clock towered Wells Street Station, which opened on May
Wabash, 1907 (Chicago Pin of the Day,
Another addition to our Ianelli collection
Cool Chicago Synagogue Architecture at KAM Isaiah Israel
KAM Isaiah Israel claims to be the oldest Jewish congregation in Chicago.
Four of the Oldest Buildings in the Loop
The Pickwick Stable was rumored to be the oldest building in the Loop, but it probably isn’t.
Geology of the Chicago Lakeshore: Chicago's Underwater Landscape