Full-length portrait of a girl and a boy holding parcels and wearing tags, standing outdoors, before leaving for summer camp. The Chicago Daily News Fresh-Air Fund may have sponsored the summer camp. Chicago, IL, 1905. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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Full-length portrait of a girl and a boy holding parcels and wearing tags, standing outdoors, before leaving for summer camp. The Chicago Daily News Fresh-Air Fund may have sponsored the summer camp. Chicago, IL, 1905. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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Felicia Weathers as Renata in “Angel of Fire” at the Lyric Opera. Chicago, Illinois, 1966. Photograph by David H. Fishman.
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Felicia Weathers as Renata in “Angel of Fire” at the Lyric Opera. Chicago, Illinois, 1966. Photograph by David H. Fishman.

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The construction of Weeghman Park (renamed Wrigley Field in 1927).

Top:Weeghman Park under construction, c. 1912-1914. Photograph by Joseph A. Garrity.

Bottom left: Exterior view of Weeghman Park under construction, near Addison Street and Sheffield Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, c. 1912-1914. Sign reads: Federal League Base Ball Park. Photograph by Joseph A. Garrity.

Bottom right: Construction of Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1914. Photography by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Tribley, Julie, and Julie’s boyfriend at 1927 Summerdale. Chicago, IL, 1987. Photograph by Angela Kelly.
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Tribley, Julie, and Julie’s boyfriend at 1927 Summerdale. Chicago, IL, 1987. Photograph by Angela Kelly.

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Portrait of the Demiteros, a Greek American family. Left to right: Angelo, Celia, and Mrs. Demitero. Celia was kidnapped by gypsies in Little Rock, Arkansas, and found in Thornton, Illinois, after eleven months. Chicago, IL. February 26, 1907. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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Portrait of the Demiteros, a Greek American family. Left to right: Angelo, Celia, and Mrs. Demitero. Celia was kidnapped by gypsies in Little Rock, Arkansas, and found in Thornton, Illinois, after eleven months. Chicago, IL. February 26, 1907. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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Pig Outs hot dog stand in Chicago, 1987. Photograph by Patty Carroll.
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Pig Outs hot dog stand in Chicago, 1987. Photograph by Patty Carroll.

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People inside an ice cream parlor in Chicago, c. 1900. Photographer unknown.
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People inside an ice cream parlor in Chicago, c. 1900. Photographer unknown.

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A family enjoys a picnic on the lakefront at Olive Park. Chicago, IL, c. 1987-1988. Photograph by Thomas Arndt.
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A family enjoys a picnic on the lakefront at Olive Park. Chicago, IL, c. 1987-1988. Photograph by Thomas Arndt.

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Yacht sailing on Lake Michigan in 1926. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Yacht sailing on Lake Michigan in 1926. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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An ice cream server at 33 Flavors ice cream shop in Chicago, IL 1985. Photograph by Christine Kowalski.
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An ice cream server at 33 Flavors ice cream shop in Chicago, IL 1985. Photograph by Christine Kowalski.

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Lt. William L. Butler with pigeons in 1918. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Lt. William L. Butler with pigeons in 1918. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle in 1920. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle in 1920. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Performer Paul Ash and actor Al Jolson in 1927. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Performer Paul Ash and actor Al Jolson in 1927. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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People dancing at the Aquarians’ birthday party located in the home of Dr. Jackie and Zakiya Williams, 7227 South Luella Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, February 13, 1988. Photograph by Kerry Coppin.
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People dancing at the Aquarians’ birthday party located in the home of Dr. Jackie and Zakiya Williams, 7227 South Luella Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, February 13, 1988. Photograph by Kerry Coppin.

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Mary Todd Lincoln with her sons, Willie and Tad, in 1860. Photograph by Preston Butler.
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Mary Todd Lincoln with her sons, Willie and Tad, in 1860. Photograph by Preston Butler.

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