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Western Avenue and Ninety-Third Street
Drawing shows a man standing in front of three trees that line a deeply rutted road. In the background are tall prairie grass. The location is near the intersection of Western Avenue and Ninety-Third Street in Chicago in 1898. This is the border between Evergreen Park, Illinois, and the Chicago neighborhood of Beverly Hills. This is where murderer "Nick" Marzen buried Fritz Holzhuetter in February 1895.
6.5 x 8.5 cm
black and white
- Evergreen Park (Ill.)--1890-1900
- Beverly Hills (Chicago, Ill.)--1890-1900
- Marzen, Nick--Homes & haunts--1890-1900
- Holzhuetter, Fritz--Homes and haunts--1890-1900
- Boundaries--Illinois--Evergreen Park--1890-1900
- still image
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- The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
- Chicago Sunday Tribune (), Part 4/Editorial Sheet, n.p.