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Lost Chicago (Lost Cities) [Idioma Inglés] Lost Chicago Looks At The Cherished Places In The City That Time, Progress And Fashion Have Swept Aside The Series From Pavilion Books Looks Back In Loving Detail At Many Of The Things That Have Helped Create A City S Unique Identity That Have Since Disappeared The Streetcars, The Shops, The Parks, The Churches, The Amusement Parks, Even The Annual Parades It Looks At The Architectural Gems That Failed To Be Preserved, The Hotels That Could Not Be Adapted And Fell To The Wrecking Ball And The Novelty Buildings Famous Landmarks, Much Loved Restaurants, Sports Stadia, Movie Palaces That Really Were Palaces , Pleasure Gardens, Piers And Lake Steamers, Plus The Union Stockyards All Feature In Lost Chicago The Book Also Includes Buildings From The Columbian Exposition, The World S Fair That Showed Chicago Had Bounced Back From Its Ruinous Fire Of There Are The Industries That Once Drove The Chicago Economy But Have Since Moved On, Meat Packing, Railcar Construction And Mail Order Being Three Of Its World Renowned Businesses Listed By Date Of Loss, Lost Chicago Traces A Nostalgic Path From The Time It Was Known Both As The Windy City And Porkopolis

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5 thoughts on “Lost Chicago (Lost Cities) [Idioma Inglés]

  1. kpdrumswritessings kpdrumswritessings says:

    missing home I have always loved the architecture and history of my home town This is a decent book The only recent that I only gave 4 stars is that I found a couple of minor errors in the history However for the photos it is great There is an older book of the same title that is better However this is a good book better than most.

  2. Kenny Bierschenk Kenny Bierschenk says:

    The timing of the Great Chicago Fire was such that much of Chicago was built in the 1890 s and much of it is still standing The things that have been torn down were all photographed, making modern day Chicago a very interesting mix of old and newand much of new Chicago is a reflection of the lost buildings that we see here in this great book.

  3. MelissaWP MelissaWP says:

    Beautiful pictures of Chicago My father was born and grew up in the windy city, and I always try to buy him something from home He may not live there any, but I think his heart will always be there I bought him this book as a Christmas gift, and he loves it Highly recommended for any Chicago lover.

  4. Proussa Proussa says:

    Wonderful photo review of Chicago s history

  5. D. Olmos D. Olmos says:

    Going back through time with architectural collection of Old Chicago I certainly enjoyed this book of Chicago from another era and wished some of the old buildings were still around to add to the beauty of the city especially around the museum campus

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