A mini-theme: three buildings with human faces as a prominent decorative element. The first is on Clark Street in Andersonville:
This is 5006 N. Clark, originally the Fred Heyden branch of the Chicago Motor Car Company circa 1916; today the New Clark Auto Repair and Body Shop.
Much further down the road, a heavily Deco-styled face on Clark Street in Lakeview:
Back up the road – Devon at Clark – a more traditional face, on the Assyrian American Association, 1618 W. Devon. Originally this was the New Devon Theater, built in 1912, playing “Photoplays” in 1915, and converted to a car dealership by 1923.
If you were wondering about the secondary decorations on that first building, it’s a winged wheel, a common element in the 1920s:
Same idea, different style, on Halsted Street: