Chicago, Illinois, The Michigan Boulevard District, c1907

The downtown strip of Michigan Avenue, which extends north-south through Chicago, was a largely residential area that originally abutted Lake Michigan. Though wreckage from the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 was used to fill in the harbor, the Michigan Boulevard District retained its one-sided facade, allowing openness and light even as landfill and the development of Grant Park pushed the waterfront further away.


Chicago, Illinois, The Michigan Boulevard District, c1907

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101132__HPCHI

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