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1. Remodeled house on Lincoln Park West Remodeled house on Lincoln Park West Houses; Remodeling Caption: "A remodeled house on Lincoln Park West. The cherub and wrought-iron fence and railing are additions, the paneled door original."

2. Frederick Wacker house Frederick Wacker house Houses; Remodeling Caption: "Extremely wide eaves balance an overhanging veranda on this Lincoln Park West residence. It was built in 1872-73 for Chicago brewer Frederick Wacker. At one side stands a gate (shown on the front...

3. Crilly buildings Crilly buildings Houses; Apartment houses Caption: "The Crilly buildings--including eight homes and ten apartment houses--lie between North Park, St. Paul, La Salle, and Eugenie, and have been called "the foundation stone of modern Old Town."...

4. Dickens Avenue home Dickens Avenue home Houses Caption: "Airy fretwork decorates the porch of a Dickens Avenue home, right. Builders used to select trim from mill catalogues. Note the rope molding on top window."

5. Farmhouse at Mohawk and Armitage Farmhouse at Mohawk and Armitage Houses Caption: "A survivor of the Chicago Fire is the farmhouse above, set in spacious grounds at Mohawk and Armitage. It was built in 1863 for about $800."

6. Sheet metal tower Sheet metal tower Apartment houses Caption: "Two-legged dragons cavort around a sheet metal tower, one of a pair on a large building at Wisconsin and Fremont. Bricks for round towers like these were usually cast to a radius."

7. Dayton Street house doorway Dayton Street house doorway Houses Caption: "The entrance to a house on Dayton, above. Doors carved in a fanciful pattern are divided into several nicely proportioned panels."

8. Wrought-iron railing Wrought-iron railing Houses Caption: "A wrought-iron railing edges the balcony of a residence on Fremont. The supporting corbel includes a female head."

9. Two houses on Fremont Two houses on Fremont Houses Caption: "Side by side, two houses on Fremont represent widely different styles and periods of Chicago architecture. A balcony detail from the one at right is shown on page 31."

10. Grant Place row houses Grant Place row houses Houses Caption: "Row houses on Grant Place. These were undoubtedly built as one-family units in a single development."

11. Dickens and Halsted apartment building Dickens and Halsted apartment building Apartment houses Caption: "Architectural details add interest to many houses in the Sheffield area. On the opposite page is a three-story bay on an apartment building at the corner of Dickens and Halsted."

12. McCormick Theological Seminary McCormick Theological Seminary Theological seminaries Caption: "Snow scene on the grounds of McCormick Theological Seminary. The campus--between Fullerton, Belden, Sheffield, and Halsted--includes private residences as well as school buildings. Some date...

13. Two house on Lill Avenue Two house on Lill Avenue Houses Caption: "The simple wooden cottage at left--with its unusual second-story porch--contrasts with a brick two-flat building on Lill Street."

14. Porch figures on Dewes House Porch figures on Dewes House Houses Caption: "Stone figures support the porch of a home built in 1896 for Chicago brewer Francis J. Dewes. Located on Wrightwood and Hampden Court, it now houses the Swedish Engineers Society."

15. Row houses on Deming Row houses on Deming Houses Caption: "False fronts with a Dutch flavor embellish row houses on Deming. Note the terracotta "candles" at the sides of each."
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