This little man wasn't hamming it up for the
camera, he was simply a happy kid, hopefully
oblivious to many of the things going on
112th and S. Ellis Avenue.
Appearing one night only: The Doors, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Otis Redding. December 15, 1967 at The Coliseum, 1513 S. Wabash, Chicago, Il. There may never be a super bill like this again.
Update: Concert canceled.
40 And Counting
The Jacob Henry Mansion is located on
Joliet's east side. This 16,000 square foot
structure has over forty rooms and is a
National Historic Landmark.
Tower of Strength
Joliet Correctional Center. Detail of the administration building.
Politicians, turn this entire structure into a low
cost historical museum while also encouraging the film industry to continue to use it in tv and movie productions.
Red & Yellow Blues aka Total Nonsense
Red like an apple, yellow like the sun, blue like a swimming pool is so much fun. The primary colors, they are red, yellow, blue and when I sing a song about 'em, I get the red and yellow blues.
A bright spot in an otherwise gray city.
Shot in a Brighton Park alley.
The Marble Orchard
No beautiful sunrise, no flaming sunset, no
sweet fruit on the trees. Just marble, granite,
limestone and concrete.
Yankee Stay Home
This is a section of a large anti war mural at
18th & Western calling for the prevention of
World War III and decrying U.S. policies in
This mural is approximately 34 years old.
Inner City Mona Lisa
In a small industrial section of Pilsen, behind a
warehouse, painted on a railroad viaduct. A tribute to a girlfriend or an artist trying something
You'll have to decide what this means to you.
Shot near 18th & Western.