Photo of horse drawn wagons riding down Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, IL. This old photo dates to 1905. Great photo that really exemplifies the vast difference in what this famous road looks like now compared to a hundred or so years ago. Learn More
Photo of the historic Palmer House hotel on State Street and Monroe corner in downtown Chicago, IL. In addition to the hotel you can see horse drawn wagons and carriages, storefronts and shops, as well as people in early 1900s period dress walking along the streets. This old photo dates to between 1900 and 1910. Learn More
Photo of south Lake Shore drive in Chicago, IL. Nice view of horse drawn wagons riding on the street in a neighborhood near Jackson Park. Great vintage photo that dates to between 1890 and 1900. Learn More
Photo of the famous 'L' elevated subway train in Chicago, as it moves down Wabash Street. Great view of the street below showing shops, storefronts, old buildings, and horse drawn wagons. This old photo dates to 1900. Learn More
Photo of a busy street scene on State Street south of Lake in downtown Chicago, IL. Great view of storefronts and old shops, trolleys and horse drawn wagons and carriages. This old vintage photo dates to between 1900 and 1910. Learn More
Photo of the New York Life Insurance building at 39 South LaSalle Street in Chicago, IL. It was designed by William Le Baron Jenney and completed in 1894. Great view of this historic building with view of shops and horse drawn wagons on the street. Photo dates to September 11, 1900. Learn More
Photo of a street scene on State Street in Chicago, IL. Nice view of old storefronts and shops, horse drawn wagons and old buildings on this historic street in downtown Chicago. This vintage photo dates to 1905. Learn More
Photo of the Illinois Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago, IL. Nice view of this old building as well as horse drawn wagons and people in period dress at the turn of the 20th century. Photo dates to 1900. Learn More
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