Historical Sources

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Federal Art Project Poster, 1937
Federal Building, c.1966
Ferris Wheel, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Field Museum of Natural History, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium, 1947
Field Museum, Jackson Park, 1898-1916
Fifty-Seventh Street Art Fair, 1950
Fight School Segregation, 1963
"Fight to Save Big Oil Tanks from Flames," 1930
Fighting a Fire on the Near North Side, 1948
Fire on Goose Island, 1932
Fire on Goose Island, 1932
First Chicago Commons Building, n.d.
First Regiment Armory, 1891
First Water Intake Crib, Lake Michigan off Chicago Avenue, 1866
Fishing Boat, Lake Michigan, 1933
Fishing from Pier on Lake Michigan, 1906
Fishing in Bubbly Creek, c.2000
Floodwaters in Gage Park, 1909
Flutists in the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra, 1954
Fort Dearborn Addition to Chicago, 1839
Fort Dearborn Monument, c.1920s
Fountains and Channels of the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
"Four Blocks on Prairie Avenue," Chicago Tribune, 1898
Fourth Presbyterian Church, 1965
Fox River Dam at North Aurora, 1961
Fragments of Chicago's Past, Art Institute of Chicago, 1990
Frame Two-Flats, c.1900
Frances Cabrini Homes, c.1942
Frances Glessner Journal Entries, 1887-1888
Franklin MacVeagh to Daniel Burnham, June 24, 1906
Fraser & Chalmers Catalogue, c.1876
"Free Lake Baths for the Poor," 1892
Free Public Bathhouse, 1950
Freiberg's Dance Hall, 1911
Friends of the River Canoe Race at Ping Tom Park, c.2000
From Lake Michigan To You: A Description of the Chicago Water System, 1988
"From the Windy City," 1885
Funeral of Silvio Tosi, 1929