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Chilly passengers waited for the L train in Chicago.

Ugh, Just Looking at These Pictures Will Make You Freeze

Ah, the unique experience of waiting for the El while being accosted by the Hawk (Chicago for the wind)

Construction of Navy Pier in 1914. It was completed in 1916.

Municipal Pier in Chicago under construction on September Construction was completed in It was renamed Navy Pier in 1927 to honor the navy veterans of World War I.

Horse drawn snow plow on Michigan Ave., Chicago 1908

Horse-drawn snow plow on Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

Oldest House in Chicago, the Henry B. Clarke House. Still in Chicago, but not at it's original place at 16th and 17th (1836-1871), or even at its 2nd spot at 45th and Wabash (1871 - 1977). Right now it sits at 1827 S. Indiana, where it's been since 1977. via Chicagology.

The Henry B. Clarke House, the oldest house in Chicago, relocated in 1977 to 1827 S. (Chicago Pin of the Day,

Surveying the ruins at LaSalle and Washington after the Great Fire, c.1871, Chicago.

Surveying the ruins at LaSalle and Washington after the Great Fire, Chicago. Mark Reiner-‎Living History of Illinois and Chicago

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