The Man On Five

Images and artifacts from the city that is second to none State Street looking north at Congress Parkway... - The Man On Five

  1. State Street looking north at Congress Parkway (1978)
"The low-rise buildings on the northwest corner have been replaced by the Harold Washington Library. The Sears on the northeast corner has been replaced by Robert Morris University. Also visible are the Fisher Building, the Everett McKinley Dirksen Federal Building, and the Maurice L. Rothschild Building."

    State Street looking north at Congress Parkway (1978)

    "The low-rise buildings on the northwest corner have been replaced by the Harold Washington Library. The Sears on the northeast corner has been replaced by Robert Morris University. Also visible are the Fisher Building, the Everett McKinley Dirksen Federal Building, and the Maurice L. Rothschild Building."

    Monday, May 12, 2014, 4:01pm  /  13 notes  /  Source: collections.carli.illinois.edu

    Chicago Chicago History State Street Congress Parkway 1978
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