Chicago in the 1930s Footage

Travel back in time with footage of Chicago in the 1930s. See the elevated trains, street cars, buses, traffic, shops, offices, signage and street scenes. The Loop, State Street, the Marshall Field Department Store, Wabash Avenue, Michigan Avenue Melrose at Sheridan Road and the Eastman Kodak building.

Did your parents or grandparents live in Chicago in the 1930’s? What stories do you recall hearing? Post them in the comment section below for others to see!

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Chicago in the 1930s

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Chicago in the 1930s

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