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The Strangers' guide to the city of Chicago

gives the location of places of amusement, banks, cemeteries, churches, city offices, educational institutions, freight offices, foreign councils, hotels, hospitals and asylums, societies, newspaper offices, parks, public buildings, railway depots, ticket offices, transportation lines, telegraph offices, United States Offices, hack ordinances, surburban towns, etc., also a complete and reliable street directory, together with views of public buildings, etc.

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The Strangers' guide to the city of Chicago

First published in 1873



The Strangers' guide to the city of Chicago

gives the location of places of amusement, banks, cemeteries, churches, city offices, educational institutions, freight offices, foreign councils, hotels, hospitals and asylums, societies, newspaper offices, parks, public buildings, railway depots, ticket offices, transportation lines, telegraph offices, United States Offices, hack ordinances, surburban towns, etc., also a complete and reliable street directory, together with views of public buildings, etc.

This edition was published in by J.B. Bradford in Chicago.


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Guidebooks.

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106 p. :

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OL7219051M
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strangersguideto00chic
OCLC/WorldCat
6441492

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