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Hotel Showgirl Polly Parrot serves two ogling men drinks at Chicago's Edgewater Beach Hotel on February 2, 1944.
Video taken in 1933 of the Paris pavilion at the Century of Progress World's Fair exposition in Chicago

Plate 137 from The Plan of Chicago, 1909: Chicago. View of the Proposed Development in the Center of the City, from Twenty-Second Street to Chicago Avenue, Looking Towards the East Over the Civic Center to Grant Park and Lake Michigan, 1907

First page of the sheet music for song titled, "The Avenues of Chicago"

A portrait artist draws a woman, seated left, as a crowd watches behind the artist in Jazz Alley at 50th and Langley in Chicago

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Field Museum of Natural History and its collections originated from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition and is now one of the largest such museums in the world. The Field Museum is also an example of classical revival.

Sue the T. Rex is the largest, most extensive and best preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex specimen ever found at over 90% recovered by bulk. It was discovered in the summer of 1990, by Sue Hendrickson, a paleontologist, and was named after her. The fossil…

The John Hancock Center at its construction was the second tallest building in the world. It is now the 4th tallest skyscraper in Chicago, IL. It's architectural style is Structural Expressionism.

Chicago franchise of the Major League Baseball and a member of the National League. Winner of the 1908 World Series against the Detroit Lions, and contender in the 2016 NLCS series to advance to the World Series against the Cleveland Indians. One of…

Chess Records was a Chicago based music record label primarily blues, rhythm, soul music, gospel music, early rock and roll, and jazz. The label was founded by Polish brothers Leonard and Phil Chess and eventually was sold off to Universal Music…
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