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Drawing shows a horse and buggy traveling down a tree-lined Eighty-Seventh Street near Western Avenue in Chicago in 1898. This is where in 1897 murderer Christopher Merry buried his wife, Pauline.
6.5 x 8.5 cm
black and white
- Carriages & coaches--Illinois--Chicago--1890-1900
- Beverly Hills (Chicago, Ill.)--1890-1900
- Merry, Pauline--Homes & haunts--1890-1900
- Merry, Christopher--Homes and haunts--1890-1900
- still image
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- The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
- Chicago Sunday Tribune (January 30, 1898), Part 4/Editorial Sheet, p. 25