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North Shore Chicago by Stuart Earl Cohen, Susan S. Benjamin

North Shore Chicago

Description : Formed by nine towns founded mostly in the 1860s and 1870s - from the largest, Evanstown, to the

Subtitle : Houses of the Lakefront Suburbs, 1890-1940

Authors : Stuart Earl Cohen, Susan S. Benjamin

Published Date : 2004

Publisher : Acanthus PressLlc

ISBN : UOM:39015062414282

Page : 336 Pages

Categories : Architecture

Total Download: 56

Filesize: 3 MB

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