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Street Photography: SIGNS OF THE TIMES. (70 Photos).

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Chicago. 3300 W. 111th St, 60655. 7/2015 4.16 mb
Chicago. Symphony Center. 10/2014 1.99 mb
Auditorium Theatre. Chicago. 12/2016. (10)
Chicago. Macy’s State Street. 1/2018 872kb
Chicago. Loop Synagogue. 9/2015 4.73 mb
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Forest Park, IL. 7/2016 5.11 mb
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Chicago. 9/2015 2.75 mb
Chicago. 134 S Wabash Ave, 60603. 7/2015 3.68 mb
Chinatown Chicago. 8/2015 3.44 mb
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South Loop Chicago. 9/2015 3.82 mb
Chicago. 558 E 79th St, 60619 6/2018 3.64mb
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Watseka, IL. 8/2017 6.24mb
Kentland, IN. 8/2017 3.16mb
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Westmont IL. 12/2017 7.83 mb 98%
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Cedarburg, Wi. 6/2018 6.23 mb 95% (30)
Chicago. 9/2017 2.80 mb
Kennedy Expressway Chicago. 2/2018 6.58 mb
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Post Office. 3/2017 4.11 mb
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Downers Grove, IL. 6/2018 7.35 mb
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Westchester IL. 5/2022 7.33mb 98% (40)
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Lisle Il. 9/2022 6.57 mb
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Chicago. 6/2022 5.86 mb
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Wheaton, IL. 917 E Roosevelt Rd, 5/2022 7.76 mb 99%
Chicago. 9/2015 6.33 mb (50)
Alsip, IL (Demolished). 7/2017 4.56 mb
Chicago. 8/2021 6.25 mb 99%
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Chicago, 8611 S Pulaski Rd 60652. 8/2015 7.71 mb 87%
Chicago. 2116 W. 95th Street, 60643. 8/2015 7.13 mb
San Diego, CA. 1/1999 75% The California Conservation Corps (CCC) at the end of a work day. The CCC was founded by Gov. Jerry Brown in 1976. It is a pay-as-you-go government agency that gives youth the opportunity to work in a job that is mostly outdoors as well as provides some scholarships.
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Waukegan, IL. 6/2014 7.10mb
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6/1979 Dublin, Ireland 200kb 45%. Opened in 1967, the Berkeley at Trinity College is an example of Brutalist architecture – exposed, unpainted concrete, monochrome palette, steel, timber, glass – that emerged during the 1950s in the United Kingdom as a reaction to nostalgic architecture. 

(3.26 minutes). When I was in Ireland studying history, it was at Trinity College in Dublin. Though there was access to the Berkeley Library (pronounced Barkley) as well as the Old Library that housed the Book of Kells, I ended up using almost exclusively The National Library of Ireland, established in 1877 (though its origins are in the early 18th century), which was a 5-minute walk from the Trinity College campus. Through its decorative iron gates off Kildare Street was Ireland’s “library of record” whose rich collection of books, manuscripts and other documents (over 12 million items) was deeply related to the expanse of Irish history, particularly from its medieval period to before 1800. Taking up a desk day after day in the Main Reading Room designed in 1890 by Irish architect Sir Thomas Deane (1828 –1899) I searched their catalogs and spoke with reference librarians which resulted in requested materials which were then delivered by runners to my assigned desk.

FROM THE (May 9, 2023) ARTICLE: “A fellow of Trinity and the former librarian there, [18th century philosopher George] Berkeley [1685-1753] is regarded by academics as one of the most influential thinkers of the early modern period. Some view his philosophical and scientific ideas on perception and reality as foreshadowing the work of Albert Einstein. But last month, the governing board of Trinity, Ireland’s oldest university, announced that it had voted to “dename” the library after months of research and consultation by a group established to review problematic legacies.”

After months of work in Ireland and back in the U.S., the end result was a 75-page paper on the Franciscan Order in Ireland between the 13th and 16th centuries. James Joyce set the ninth episode of Ulysses in the National Library where Stephen Dedalus is depicted talking about Shakespeare’s Hamlet. It was in fact the rejection of membership in the mid1830s to the Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin (Daniel Murray) to the National Library’s immediate predecessor organization (The Royal Dublin Society) that led to a campaign in the House of Commons by the Conservative MP for Limerick (Will O’Brien) to reform this elitist Society so that it, as well as any reference institution connected to it, would extend admission privileges without concern of party affiliation or religion.

Director of the National Library of Ireland gives a tour of the Library’s highlights.
Chicago. Clinton-Gore Rally, October 20, 1992. In addition to the two Democratic candidates for U.S. president and vice president on the platform also in attendance was Hillary Rodham Clinton and Tipper Gore. On the platform was also Democratic Senate candidate, Carol Moseley Braun. All these candidates won their respective races in 1992 as Clinton-Gore went on to serve two terms and Moseley Braun, who served one term, became the first Black woman to serve in the U.S. Senate and first female U.S. Senator from Illinois. 75%

see – https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4090960/user-clip-clintongore-campaign-speech-1992 – retrieved June 20, 2023.

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Savannah Theatre, Savannah, Georgia. 9/1989 The Savannah Theatre at 222 Bull Street in Savannah, Georgia sits across from Chippewa Square, one of 22 extant historic squares in the city. Chippewa Square was designed and built in 1815 and named for a July 5, 1814 American battle victory over British forces in Upper Canada during the War of 1812. A statue of British General James Oglethorpe (1696-1785), founder of colonial Georgia, stands in the center of this square. A theatre has stood on the site of the Savannah Theatre since 1818. The Arte Modern movie house was built in 1948 by Robert E. Collins and Carl E. Helfrich, architects active in Georgia and Florida. Its premiere showing was Mister 880 in 1950, an Academy-Award-nominated (Edmund Gwenn) romantic drama film from 20th Century-Fox starring Burt Lancaster, Dorothy MacGuire and Gwenn. Owned by Weis Theatres who also had a movie house in Atlanta, GA, the almost 1000-seat venue had changed hands since 1981 multiple times amongst various theatre organizations. In 1989 when this photograph was taken looking from East McDonough Street the theatre would be downsized to about 350 seats and owned by the Savannah Theatre Company (STC) whose current use has been for live performance. SOURCE: https://visitsavannah.com/profile/chippewa-square/6117;
https://cinematreasures.org/theaters/686; https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/battle-of-chippawa.
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Chicago. 6/2022 7.79mb 77%
Darien, IL. 7/2023 7.94mb 85%