A Woman’s Name Above the Door

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[John Morris/Chicago Patterns

Corner of Augusta and Oakley, built 1917

[John Morris/Chicago Patterns]

Palmyra (with a Municipal Device on the cartouche)
2530-2532 Kedzie Boulevard, built 1902

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2500 N Kedzie Boulevard, early 1900s

[John Morris/Chicago Patterns]

1000-1002 N Oakley, built around 1915.

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One response to “A Woman’s Name Above the Door”

  1. Anne Alt says:

    Those 2 on Kedzie are down the street from where I lived as a little kid. I have a lot of good memories of seeing some of the beautiful places when we walked past, or from the windows of our apartment.

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