• Collection ID DN-0002058
  • Creator Names Chicago Daily News, Inc., photographer.
  • Title [Lucille Nau, queen of the 1904 Madison Street Merchants Carnival, standing, wearing a gown and cape and holding a scepter] [graphic].
  • Dates 1904 Sept. 2
  • Physical description 1 negative : b&w, glass ; 5 x 7 in.
  • Access and usage restrictions Restriction: Original negatives are fragile and not available to researchers. Please consult the on-line image instead.
  • Collection summary Full-length portrait of Lucille Nau, wearing a gown and cape and holding a scepter, standing in a room. Miss Nau was queen of the 1904 Madison Street Merchants Carnival which was held on West Madison Street between Western Avenue and Pulaski Road (formerly 40th Avenue) in the East Garfield Park community area of Chicago, Illinois.
  • Terms Governing Use and Reproduction The online images are supplied for reference purposes only. All other uses are restricted. To acquire copies, including improved copies, or permission for use, please contact Chicago History Museum, Rights and Reproductions Department, 1601 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60614.
  • Names
    • Nau, Lucille.
    • Madison Street Merchants Carnival (1904 : Chicago, Ill.)
  • Subjects
    • Women Illinois Chicago 1900-1909. lctgm
    • Costumes Illinois Chicago 1900-1909. lctgm
  • Geographic coverage
    • East Garfield Park (Chicago, Ill) 1900-1909.
    • Madison Street (Chicago, Ill.) 1900-1909.
    • Chicago (Ill.) 1900-1909.
  • Genre
    • Dry plate negatives. gmgpc
    • Gelatin dry plate negatives. aat
    • Portraits. gmgpc
  • Geographic name United States Illinois Cook County Chicago.
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