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A Greyhound Bus' tram drives in front of Chrysler motors Building at the Chicago World's Fair. (Photographer Unknown/www.bcpix.com)

A Greyhound Bus' tram drives in front of Chrysler motors Building at the Chicago World's Fair. (Photographer Unknown/www.bcpix.com)

August 1920, a Chicago suffrage group paraded through Chicago urging women to register to vote in their first election. League of Women Voters members are, left to right, Mrs. J.N. McGraw, Mrs. G.N. Payson, Mrs. Charles S. Eaton, Mrs. E.F. Bemis, Mrs. A.N. Schweizer, Mrs. Ida Strawn Randall, trumpeter Helen Hamilton and Billie Frees. Photo dated Aug. 25, 1920. (Chicago Tribune historical photo)

August 1920, a Chicago suffrage group paraded through Chicago urging women to register to vote in their first election. League of Women Voters members are, left to right, Mrs. J.N. McGraw, Mrs. G.N. Payson, Mrs. Charles S. Eaton, Mrs. E.F. Bemis, Mrs. A.N. Schweizer, Mrs. Ida Strawn Randall, trumpeter Helen Hamilton and Billie Frees. Photo dated Aug. 25, 1920. (Chicago Tribune historical photo)

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Miss Cold Potato 1966 receiving her prize, Chicago  chuckmancollectionvolume10.blogspot.com

Miss Cold Potato 1966 receiving her prize, Chicago chuckmancollectionvolume10.blogspot.com

In 1893 Libbey Glass Co. built a glass factory on the grounds of the World’s Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. One outstanding exhibit at the fair was a dress made of spun-glass fibers that was presented to Princess Eulalie of Spain with great fanfare.

In 1893 Libbey Glass Co. built a glass factory on the grounds of the World’s Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. One outstanding exhibit at the fair was a dress made of spun-glass fibers that was presented to Princess Eulalie of Spain with great fanfare.

Taxi drivers line Adams Street at LaSalle in support for a controversial new union leader, 1959, Chicago. Notice the city has begun to ticket and tow the protesting drivers.

Taxi drivers line Adams Street at LaSalle in support for a controversial new union leader, 1959, Chicago. Notice the city has begun to ticket and tow the protesting drivers.

A baby found under a bed at the Stevens Hotel, Chicago, Illinois was photographed with a telephone to illustrate the many phone calls from people wanting to give him a home. 1930.

A Baby Found Under A Bed At The Stevens

A baby found under a bed at the Stevens Hotel, Chicago, Illinois was photographed with a telephone to illustrate the many phone calls from people wanting to give him a home. 1930.

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