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Steins Bazaar
Steins Bazaar
TitleSteins Bazaar
CreatorMaas & Manz Chicago
DescriptionText in illustration reads: "81 83 City of Paris. Bazaar. M. Campbell's Hair Manufactory. National Bazaar. Steins Bazaar. E. H. Stein." From text: "The City of Paris, [i]n miniature, can be seen by the visitor to Chicago at Stein's unique and elegant bazaar, No. 83 South Clark street. The collection of fancy goods, toys, and elegant ornaments he keeps in stock in this beautiful bazaar is wonderful and well worth seeing. It is bewildering to both mind and eye to see the thousand and one useful and ornamental articles you are invited to select from for one dollar. Stein's Bazaar, 83 South Clark street, is one of the institutions of Chicago, and like many other of her institutions, must be seen before it can be appreciated."
Date1869
TypePrints
Identifierchicagohandbookf00chic_raw_0160.jp2
Source Pagehttp://www.archive.org/stream/chicagohandbookf00chic#page/154/mode/1up
Link to the Full-Texthttp://hdl.handle.net/10111/UIUCOCA:chicagohandbookf00chic
Physical LocationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Formatimage/jp2
Subject NameSteins Bazaar (Chicago, Ill.)
SubjectStores & shops
Coverage-SpatialThe Loop (Chicago, Ill.)
Coverage-Temporal1860-1869
PublisherUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Illinois at Chicago
RightsImages in this collection were digitized through the University of Illinois Library's participation in the Open Content Alliance and may be used freely. Attribution to the University of Illinois is appreciated. High-resolution images can be downloaded from the Internet Archive at www.archive.org. For further information, contact dcc@library.uiuc.edu.
Sub-CollectionBuildings
Book TitleChicago. A hand book for strangers & tourists to the city of Chicago; containing historical retrospect ... descriptions of the public buildings, churches
CollectionPicture Chicago
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