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1. Bridgeport and adjoining neighborhoods /prepared by Department of Sociology, University of Chicago, 1923.

1923. University of Chicago Department of Sociology. Blue line print. Shows vacant areas, residential areas, commercial frontage, industrial areas, railroad property, surface lines, private schools, w...

2. Brighton Park[electronic resource] /prepared by Department of Sociology, University of Chicago, 1923.

1923. University of Chicago Department of Sociology. Blue line print. Shows vacant frontage, residential area, commercial frontage, industrial areas, railroad property, surface lines, and churches.; S...

3. Census tracts of Chicago, 1940 Races and nationalities.

1940. University of Chicago Social Science Research Committee. Scale [ca. 1:50,000]; Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Vers...

4. Chicago's gangland /prepared by Frederic M. Thrasher, 1923-1926.

1923. Thrasher, Frederic Milton,1892-1962. Shows gangs with clubrooms and those without. Also shows general land use and the ethnic composition of neighborhoods. Removed from: The gang: a st...

6. East 63rd Street : Cottage Grove Ave. to Stony Island Ave.

1930. University of Chicago Department of Sociology. Shows how every building on 63rd St. was used. Includes list of owners and names of stores. Blue line print.; Scale [1:600]. 1 in. = 50 ft; photoco...

7. East and West Garfield Park.

1924. University of Chicago Department of Sociology. Blue line print.; Scale [ca. 1:8,000]; photocopy; Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Reproductions of ...

8. East Humboldt Park.

1925. University of Chicago Department of Sociology. Negative blue line print. Shows area bounded on the east by the Chicago River, on the west by Sacramento Blvd., on the south by Kinzie Ave., and on...

9. Englewood and West Englewood /prepared by Department of Sociology, University of Chicago, 1924.

1924. University of Chicago Department of Sociology. Blue line print. Shows residential areas, commercial frontage, industrial areas, railroad property, surface lines, and elevated lines.; Scale [ca. ...

10. Functional pattern of the railways in Metropolitan Chicago /Harold M. Mayer.

1943. Mayer, Harold M (Harold Melvin),1916-1994. Figure 2. Also appeared in author's Ph. D. dissertation (University of Chicago, 1943): The railway pattern of metropolitan Chicago.; Scale [ca. 1:5...