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Colorful Views of the City of Chicago in the Early 20th Century

Take a step back in time and explore the city of Chicago in vivid color with these photos from the early 20th century. View State St., the Auditorium and annex, the Chicago River elevators, Randolph St., Wabash Ave., and more!
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This series of photos shows the city of Chicago in color in the opening years of the 20th century.

State St. north from Madison
The Auditorium and annex, Chicago
Chicago River elevators
Randolph Street east from LaSalle, Chicago
Wabash Avenue north from Adams Street, Chicago
Field Columbian Museum, Jackson Park, Chicago
Masonic Temple, Chicago

Source: Library of Congress

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