Chicago in the sixties: remembering a time of change
A book about Chicago during two "decades": from the 1950s through 1965 and from 1965 into the 1970s. This is a book of two hundred photographs, mixed with memories of eighty Chicagoans with different backgrounds and experiences. Each has a common focus: remembrances of a time of change. Chapters include city and suburban neighborhoods, sports, local and national politics, the changing downtown, the Civil Rights Movement, the Democratic National Convention, and entertainment. Simultaneous.
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