May 27, 2015
John Morris/Chicago Patterns
At 63rd and Cottage Grove
On the ground level was Walgreen’s, where I consumed many many
grilled cheese and chocolate sundays’s A great neighborhood and I
hate what has been done to my community.
1957, “Go to Walgreen’s and get five pints of ice cream and a large Diet Fifty-fifty. Here’s a dollar and fifty cents. You can spend a dime but bring the rest of my change home.” (My Mom)
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