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Chicago’s Victorian Heritage

Mention Victorian architecture and one inevitably imagines the ornate “painted ladies” of San Francisco, or the countless grand homes and inns of Cape May, NJ–visions of multi-colored fantastical homes with grand porches and soaring turrets come to mind.  But the … Continue reading

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Chicago's Victorian Heritage

Mention Victorian architecture and one inevitably imagines the ornate “painted ladies” of San Francisco, or the countless grand homes and inns of Cape May, NJ–visions of multi-colored fantastical homes with grand porches and soaring turrets come to mind.  But the … Continue reading

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New blog arrives with photos of Chicago

STOP THE PRESSES !!!  (do they still say that?) Welcome to the premier posting of Chicago Daily Views, a visual and written chronicle of the Windy City, a.k.a., my kind of toddlin’ town with the big shoulders.  I plan to … Continue reading

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