Bronzeville 23rd St. Viaduct
- TitleGuide to Bronzeville 23rd St. Viaduct 035.03.05
- PublisherPaul V. Galvin Library. University Archives and Special Collections
- RepositoryPaul V. Galvin Library. University Archives and Special Collections
- OriginationIllinois Institute of Technology
- Physical Description1 Item
The Illinois Central Railroad 23rd St. viaduct opened in Chicago, Ill. July 15, 1925. Avery Brundage was the general contractor.
South Central Association Souvenir Twenty-third Street Viaduct Opening publication, a 116-page booklet, dated 1925, published by the South Central [or Central South?] Association, a Chicago citizens' membership organization. Includes list of members (individuals and businesses), advertisers, and short essays on numerous South Side establishments, and numerous photos and illustrations. Some of the topics, places, and businesses included are: Indiana Ave., Cottage Grove Ave., 22nd St., South Park Way, 12 St., Atwell Building, Stevens Hotel (and others); proposed new channel for Chicago River straightening; Buckingham Memorial Fountain; South Side publishing houses, residences, Automobile Row, manufacturing companies, hospitals, churches, schools (including Armour Institute of Technology; Chicago Kindergarten College), architecture, recreation facilities (including South Shore Country Club; Olympia Fields golf club), etc.