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This black and white stereoscopic image features two images of the view looking through the inside of a Ferris wheel near the top.  It is surrounded by the text: Set No. 8; Wanderings Among the Wonders and Beauties of Western Scenery; CHICAGO and VICINITY. 313. Looking through the Ferris Wheel, near the top.<br />
Stereo Classics Studio<br><em>Stereoscope Image, Set No. 8: Looking through the Ferris Wheel, Chicago &amp; Vicinity</em><br>1978<br>photograph | cardboard<br>Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond<br>2010/1.169.36
This black and white stereoscopic image features two images of a view of a street in Chicago with tall buildings, a tram, and people on the sidewalks.  It is surrounded by the text: Sample Set No. 1; Randolph Street, Chicago, IL, USA.<br />
Stereo Classics Studio<br><em>Stereoscope Image, Sample Set No.1: Randolph Street, Chicago, USA</em><br>1978<br>photograph | cardboard<br>Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond<br>2010/1.169.52
Joseph Jachna<br><em>Chicago</em><br>1974<br>gelatin silver print | paper<br>Gift of Mr. &amp; Mrs. Arnold M. Gilbert<br>1981/2.16
Algimantas Kezys<br><em>Reflected Images (Chicago), from "Society's Man"</em><br>1968 - 1984<br>gelatin silver print | paperpaper<br>Gift of Dr. Milda Budrys<br>1985/2.63.9
This black and white stereoscopic image features two images of a view of an enormous stove in an iron building and next to a railing.  It is surrounded by the text: Sample Set No. 1; Strohmeyer &amp; Wyman, Publishers; The Mammoth Cooking Stove of Barbecue Dimensions, World’s Fair, Chicago U.S.A., Estufa de Coerua Mammuth de grandes dimensiones, Exposicion Universal, Chicago, E.U.A.<br />
Stereo Classics Studio<br><em>Stereoscope Image, Sample Set No.1: The Mammoth Cooking Stove of Barbecue Dimensions, World's Fair, Chicago, USA</em><br>1978<br>photograph | cardboard<br>Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond<br>2010/1.169.43
Redmond Wright<br><em>University of Chicago. Plate No. 3</em><br>1935<br>etching | paper<br>Gift of Edwin M. Otterbourg<br>1954/2.20
This colorful watercolor shows a crowded cityscape with streets appearing in consecutive horizontal bands, each with buildings or specific types of vehicles. High-rise buildings in the background and various smaller buildings, trains, and cars move along the streets in front. Clothes-lines hang between the buildings in the background. A yellow train passes in the foreground. The artists name appears on a white vehicle near the bottom left.
Vernon Jirgins<br><em>Chicago</em><br>1950 - 1960<br>watercolor | paper<br>Gift of The Daniel and Harriet Fusfeld Folk Art Collection<br>2002/1.185
Elliott Erwitt<br><em>Mies Van Der Rohe Building—Chicago, from "Portfolio of 15 Photographs"</em><br>1969 - 1980<br>gelatin silver print | paper<br>Gift of Gerald Lotenberg<br>1981/2.194.6
An abstract photograph of a detail of a wall.
Aaron Siskind<br><em>Chicago </em><br>1966<br>gelatin silver print | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1974/1.259
Leon Golub<br><em>Flip Flop</em><br>1994<br>color lithograph | paper<br>Gift of Thomas Deutsch<br><br>1999/1.83
Text: Help Our Town Win This Flag - REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. - Honor Flag - 4th Liberty Loan - Honor Roll of Subscribers
Artist Unknown<br><em>Help Our Town Win This Flag - 4th Liberty Loan</em><br>1913 - 1923<br>color lithograph | paper<br>Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons<br>1954/2.35.137
Side of a contemporary building displaying the reflections, window opened.
John F. Bush<br><em>Synergistic Reflections, Jag Prittker Pavilion, Chicago, IL</em><br>04/06/2007<br>pigment ink print | paper<br>Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond<br>2013/1.238

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