Mayor Harold Washington, date unknown, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Antonio Perez.
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Mayor Harold Washington, date unknown, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Antonio Perez.

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A young couple at the Picasso sculpture in Richard J. Daley Plaza, date unknown, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by unknown. 
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A young couple at the Picasso sculpture in Richard J. Daley Plaza, date unknown, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by unknown. 

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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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Students studying at the American Islamic College, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.
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Students studying at the American Islamic College, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.

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A man in a white dress with a parasol at the 1986 Gay Pride Parade in Chicago.  Photograph by Larry A. Viskochil.
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A man in a white dress with a parasol at the 1986 Gay Pride Parade in Chicago.  Photograph by Larry A. Viskochil.

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A man in an elaborate statue of liberty costume at the 1986 Gay Pride Parade in Chicago. Photograph by Larry A. Viskochil.
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A man in an elaborate statue of liberty costume at the 1986 Gay Pride Parade in Chicago. Photograph by Larry A. Viskochil.

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A family in their store, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.
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A family in their store, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.

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Collection items damaged by the flood. The flood was a serious setback for Society improvement efforts. A vast majority of the collection required restoration due to water damage. 
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Collection items damaged by the flood. The flood was a serious setback for Society improvement efforts. A vast majority of the collection required restoration due to water damage. 

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The Chicago Historical Society moved to 632 N. Dearborn in 1896. This building, designed by Henry Ives Cobb, became home to the Excalibur nightclub in 1986, after the Society moved locations in 1932. 
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The Chicago Historical Society moved to 632 N. Dearborn in 1896. This building, designed by Henry Ives Cobb, became home to the Excalibur nightclub in 1986, after the Society moved locations in 1932. 

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Construction began on a new Society building in 1986. A pipe burst during construction, causing an urban “geyser,” which jeopardized the Society’s collection. 
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Construction began on a new Society building in 1986. A pipe burst during construction, causing an urban “geyser,” which jeopardized the Society’s collection. 

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The 1972 Chicago Historical Society building, at its current location on North and Clark. The building was regarded as an aesthetic failure, and the Society would update it with an addition, completed in 1988.  
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The 1972 Chicago Historical Society building, at its current location on North and Clark. The building was regarded as an aesthetic failure, and the Society would update it with an addition, completed in 1988.  

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A large pit in front of the east-facing façade fills completely with water during a 1986 Society construction project. The 1986 flood severely damaged many collection pieces. 95% of the items damaged in the flood were restored.The façade pictured above was restored and is in use today.
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A large pit in front of the east-facing façade fills completely with water during a 1986 Society construction project. The 1986 flood severely damaged many collection pieces. 95% of the items damaged in the flood were restored.The façade pictured above was restored and is in use today.

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Men and women in front of a van with a “parade committee” sign at the 1986 Gay Pride Parade. One man is wearing a sign which reads “our rights now.” Photograph by Larry A. Viskochil.
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Men and women in front of a van with a “parade committee” sign at the 1986 Gay Pride Parade. One man is wearing a sign which reads “our rights now.” Photograph by Larry A. Viskochil.

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Portrait of a family, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.
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Portrait of a family, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.

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A family at their bakery, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.
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A family at their bakery, c. 1987. Photograph by James Newberry.

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