Lake Shore Drive

Lake Shore Drive was laid out in 1875 to connect Oak Street with North Avenue, at the south end of Lincoln Park, but it grew into the thoroughfare that runs the length of Chicago's lakefront parks. This view, from the 1920s, looks north from about Oak Street.
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( Photo courtesy Kaufmann and Fabry )

Lake Shore Drive was laid out in 1875 to connect Oak Street with North Avenue, at the south end of Lincoln Park, but it grew into the thoroughfare that runs the length of Chicago's lakefront parks. This view, from the 1920s, looks north from about Oak Street.

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