Two boys play on a fire hydrant near E. 91st St., July 18, 1987. Photograph by Antonio Perez.
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Two boys play on a fire hydrant near E. 91st St., July 18, 1987. Photograph by Antonio Perez.

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Chess Game On Car HoodMen playing chess on the hood of a car at 62nd St. between Langley and Champlain avenues, September 27, 1987, 1:00 p.m. Photograph by Stephen Marc.
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Chess Game On Car Hood
Men playing chess on the hood of a car at 62nd St. between Langley and Champlain avenues, September 27, 1987, 1:00 p.m. Photograph by Stephen Marc.

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Portrait of a woman holding pinwheels, c. 1987. Photograph by Thomas Arndt.
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Portrait of a woman holding pinwheels, c. 1987. Photograph by Thomas Arndt.

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Two elderly women on Halsted St. near Dickens Ave. in Chicago, October 1987. Photograph by Jay King.
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Two elderly women on Halsted St. near Dickens Ave. in Chicago, October 1987. Photograph by Jay King.

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Children playing on the Picasso Sculpture in Daley Plaza, 1987. Photograph by Thomas Arndt.
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Children playing on the Picasso Sculpture in Daley Plaza, 1987. Photograph by Thomas Arndt.

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A boy drawing in a room at Hull House, a settlement house for the needy, located at 800 S. Halsted Street in the Near West Side area of Chicago, c. 1924. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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A boy drawing in a room at Hull House, a settlement house for the needy, located at 800 S. Halsted Street in the Near West Side area of Chicago, c. 1924. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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Portrait of children standing in a line on the grounds of Hull House, West Polk Street near South Halsted Street, in the Near West Side of Chicago, 1908. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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Portrait of children standing in a line on the grounds of Hull House, West Polk Street near South Halsted Street, in the Near West Side of Chicago, 1908. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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Chicago Daily News artists, c. 1903. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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Chicago Daily News artists, c. 1903. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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One Arm Handstand with Skateboard and Bike RiderSeptember 24, 1987, a skater does a one-arm handstand while his friend looks on. At 87th and Constance Streets. ICHi-36365, photograph by Stephen Marc.
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September 24, 1987, a skater does a one-arm handstand while his friend looks on. At 87th and Constance Streets. ICHi-36365, photograph by Stephen Marc.

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July 18, 1924, police officers form human pyramids on the backs of horses during practice for the Police Department Field Day held in Grant Park. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News.
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July 18, 1924, police officers form human pyramids on the backs of horses during practice for the Police Department Field Day held in Grant Park. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News.

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Fire captains from the Chicago fire department, seventh battalion standing together, c. 1903. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News.
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Fire captains from the Chicago fire department, seventh battalion standing together, c. 1903. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News.

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In 1897, local elementary school teachers created the Chicago Teachers’ Federation (CTF), the first teacher’s union in the country. Above: CTF leader Margaret Haley (center) and her supporters demanded the resignation of the city’s superintendent of education in 1913. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News.
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In 1897, local elementary school teachers created the Chicago Teachers’ Federation (CTF), the first teacher’s union in the country. Above: CTF leader Margaret Haley (center) and her supporters demanded the resignation of the city’s superintendent of education in 1913. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News.

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The Chicago Teachers Union emerged as a result of the hardships public schoolteachers endured during the Great Depression. Above: Teachers demonstrate in downtown Chicago, c. 1935.
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The Chicago Teachers Union emerged as a result of the hardships public schoolteachers endured during the Great Depression. Above: Teachers demonstrate in downtown Chicago, c. 1935.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keohane feeding Tunney, a bear cub c. 1927. Photo from the Chicago Daily News. 
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keohane feeding Tunney, a bear cub c. 1927. Photo from the Chicago Daily News. 

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Alderman John E. Scully wrestling with a bear at the Madison Street Carnival c. 1904. Photo from the Chicago Daily News.
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Alderman John E. Scully wrestling with a bear at the Madison Street Carnival c. 1904. Photo from the Chicago Daily News.

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