Frank Lloyd Wright standing under a tree at Taliesin in December 1937. Photograph by Hedrich-Blessing.
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Frank Lloyd Wright standing under a tree at Taliesin in December 1937. Photograph by Hedrich-Blessing.

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A Spring scene in Washington Square Park, Chicago, IL, April 27, 1911. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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A Spring scene in Washington Square Park, Chicago, IL, April 27, 1911. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Assistant chief Herman Schuettler with fellow policemen in 1906. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Assistant chief Herman Schuettler with fellow policemen in 1906. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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A man kissing his mother on Mother’s Day at the Holy Trinity Polish Church, 1112 N. Noble Street. Chicago, IL, May 1988. Photograph by Richard Younker.
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A man kissing his mother on Mother’s Day at the Holy Trinity Polish Church, 1112 N. Noble Street. Chicago, IL, May 1988. Photograph by Richard Younker.

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Artwork in Chicago Teens writing graffiti on the wall at the North Ave. Lake Shore Drive underpass, Chicago, Illinois, March 1985.. Photograph by Vanessa DuBiel.
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Teens writing graffiti on the wall at the North Ave. Lake Shore Drive underpass, Chicago, Illinois, March 1985.. Photograph by Vanessa DuBiel.

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Friends #1 (top), Confused (bottom left), Untitled (bottom right)
Punk rockers in Winnetka, Illinois, February 1985. Photographs by James S. Cottle.

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Territorial PeaceThree teenage boys sitting at "The Point" on the Lake Michigan shore, Chicago, Illinois, May 19, 1985. Photograph by Rachel Scheiner.
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Territorial Peace
Three teenage boys sitting at "The Point" on the Lake Michigan shore, Chicago, Illinois, May 19, 1985. Photograph by Rachel Scheiner.

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Chicago’s Best Apostle Chicago, Illinois, March 22, 1985. Photograph by David Carroll.
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Chicago’s Best Apostle
Chicago, Illinois, March 22, 1985. Photograph by David Carroll.

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Raise a Glass for a ToastA group of teens hanging out in Cicero, Illinois, May 6, 1985. Photograph by Richard Younker.
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Raise a Glass for a Toast
A group of teens hanging out in Cicero, Illinois, May 6, 1985. Photograph by Richard Younker.

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A snarling lion at Lincoln Park Zoo, date unknown. Photograph by Jun Fujita.
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A snarling lion at Lincoln Park Zoo, date unknown. Photograph by Jun Fujita.

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Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus camp in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1930. Photograph by Eddie Jackson.
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Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus camp in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1930. Photograph by Eddie Jackson.

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Aerial view of Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 1925. Photograph by unknown.
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Aerial view of Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 1925. Photograph by unknown.

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A man with a cat during the Eastland Disaster, c. July 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita.
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A man with a cat during the Eastland Disaster, c. July 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita.

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Men on horseback herding cattle during the 1904 Stockyards Strike. The stockyards owned by the Union Stock Yard & Transit Company were located in the New City community area of Chicago, IL. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Men on horseback herding cattle during the 1904 Stockyards Strike. The stockyards owned by the Union Stock Yard & Transit Company were located in the New City community area of Chicago, IL. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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The 1919 World Series featured baseball’s most infamous scandal. Some Chicago White Sox took bribes from gamblers to throw the Series. Sox star outfielder “Shoeless” Joe Jackson’s name appeared prominently among those implicated as cheaters. Follow as the Chicago History Museum uses Shoeless Joe’s voice to tell his story.
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Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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The 1919 World Series featured baseball’s most infamous scandal. Some Chicago White Sox took bribes from gamblers to throw the Series. Sox star outfielder “Shoeless” Joe Jackson’s name appeared prominently among those implicated as cheaters. Follow as the Chicago History Museum uses Shoeless Joe’s voice to tell his story.

> Read the story from the beginning

Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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