Tracking MidCentury Architecture

I’ve been keeping tabs of my travels and explorations, and compiled them into a rough map over at Google. Chicago MidCentury Architecture marks notable churches, neighborhoods, and a handful of individual buildings from the 1950s and 1960s.


3 thoughts on “Tracking MidCentury Architecture

  1. I actually travel Touhy all the time — it’s like a secret back door from Rogers Park to O’hare — and haven’t found all that much, certainly nothing to compare with Harlem Ave.Devon’s a little more interesting, but most of what I’ve found is on its cross-streets like Lincoln.And.. holy crap, thanks for the link! Awesome!!

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