Informal group portrait of baseball players (left to right) Smith, Jeffries, Lyons, and Watwood of the American League’s Chicago White Sox, eating hot dogs, standing at a counter at a hot dog stand at Comiskey Park, which was located at 324 West 35th Street and bounded by West 34th Street, South Shield’s Avenue (formerly Portland Avenue), and South Wentworth Avenue in the Armour Square community area of Chicago, Illinois. A crowd is standing in the background. A cash register and condiments are visible on the counter in the foreground. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Informal group portrait of baseball players (left to right) Smith, Jeffries, Lyons, and Watwood of the American League’s Chicago White Sox, eating hot dogs, standing at a counter at a hot dog stand at Comiskey Park, which was located at 324 West 35th Street and bounded by West 34th Street, South Shield’s Avenue (formerly Portland Avenue), and South Wentworth Avenue in the Armour Square community area of Chicago, Illinois. A crowd is standing in the background. A cash register and condiments are visible on the counter in the foreground. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Image of a man wearing a work coat and holding an animal carcass standing next to a man in a suit, with animal carcasses hanging from hooks nearby, during the Stockyards Strike, c. July 7–September 9, 1904. The stockyards owned by the Union Stock Yard & Transit Company were located in the New City community area of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Image of a man wearing a work coat and holding an animal carcass standing next to a man in a suit, with animal carcasses hanging from hooks nearby, during the Stockyards Strike, c. July 7–September 9, 1904. The stockyards owned by the Union Stock Yard & Transit Company were located in the New City community area of Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Four men riding horses past corrals of animals in the stockyards during the 1904 Stockyards Strike, Chicago, Illinois, c. June–September 1904. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Four men riding horses past corrals of animals in the stockyards during the 1904 Stockyards Strike, Chicago, Illinois, c. JuneSeptember 1904. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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Portrait of children with handicaps grouped with actors dressed as animal characters (a bear, an elephant, and a cat) and comic characters, which performed in a show called Hip Hip Hooray. They are gathered backstage at the Auditorium Theater.
The performance, by the Hippodrome Company, took place February 16, 1917 for children from institutions for sick and dependent boys and girls. The girl with the bow in her hair on the left of the image is sprawled over the lap of an animal character, and is looking backwards. There is only one man standing in the back row, with a mustache. 
The children were guests of an anonymous philanthropist who acted through the Chicago Daily News newspaper. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Portrait of children with handicaps grouped with actors dressed as animal characters (a bear, an elephant, and a cat) and comic characters, which performed in a show called Hip Hip Hooray. They are gathered backstage at the Auditorium Theater.

The performance, by the Hippodrome Company, took place February 16, 1917 for children from institutions for sick and dependent boys and girls. The girl with the bow in her hair on the left of the image is sprawled over the lap of an animal character, and is looking backwards. There is only one man standing in the back row, with a mustache. 

The children were guests of an anonymous philanthropist who acted through the Chicago Daily News newspaper. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

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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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An elephant opens its mouth to trumpet in Chicago 1919. A donkey in the Buena Park neighborhood, Chicago, 1907.

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Pine’s Kiddie Park at W. Brompton Ave. and N. Pine Grove Ave. in Chicago, circa 1940s. Photograph by Henry Delorval Green.
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Pine’s Kiddie Park at W. Brompton Ave. and N. Pine Grove Ave. in Chicago, circa 1940s. Photograph by Henry Delorval Green.

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Wild animal roams downtown Chicago. Photographed outside of Marshall Field and Company, December 11, 1981. Photograph by John McCarthy.
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Wild animal roams downtown Chicago. Photographed outside of Marshall Field and Company, December 11, 1981. Photograph by John McCarthy.

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Chicago, October 20, 1902, Dr. Friedman and family observing the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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Chicago, October 20, 1902, Dr. Friedman and family observing the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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This is a glass lantern slide showing the ruins of the Tremont house after the Great Chicago Fire, Chicago, 1871. Glass Lantern Slide. 
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This is a glass lantern slide showing the ruins of the Tremont house after the Great Chicago Fire, Chicago, 1871. Glass Lantern Slide. 

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Girls at vacation school in Chicago, Illinois August 11, 1903. Photograph from Chicago Daily News.
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Girls at vacation school in Chicago, Illinois August 11, 1903. Photograph from Chicago Daily News.

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School children learn basket weaving at Raymond School, S. Wabash and E. 36th Place in the Douglas community of Chicago, 1914. Photograph from Chicago Daily News.
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School children learn basket weaving at Raymond School, S. Wabash and E. 36th Place in the Douglas community of Chicago, 1914. Photograph from Chicago Daily News.

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Pierogi makers at Pola Foods, 2303 W. Cermak Rd., 1988. Photograph by Richard Younker.
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Pierogi makers at Pola Foods, 2303 W. Cermak Rd., 1988. Photograph by Richard Younker.

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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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