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Three people were killed and 18 people were injured in the collapse, which occurred on Sept. 17, 1909.

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The old photo, taken in 1947, was taken about a decade before the Kennedy Expy. was built.

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An old photograph, likely taken around 1906, shows a flag pole where the monument stands today.

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The old photograph shows the west side of Bernard Street at Wrightwood Avenue.

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The music lineup will feature METZ, Sad13 and Circuit Des Yeux.

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Kimball Avenue was named after Martin Kimbell, one of the earliest settlers in the area.

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The photograph, taken in 1908, shows an old gaslight street lamp.

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Logan Square Preservation's plan to narrow boulevards would need the city's OK.

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Johnston Avenue, now called Lyndale Street, is referred to as the longest block in this old photo.

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The two-story corner building was also home to the local police court in the 1890s.

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Most of the homes are still standing, but three were demolished for large apartment buildings.

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The building that houses Reno, Webster's, Meyvn and other businesses looked a lot different back then.

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Walk through and you'll find old vendor booths and equipment, some original details and a lot of debris.

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From the 1920s until the '60s, the stretch was lined with car dealerships, repair shops and showrooms.

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Crews are at working carefully dismantling the building's terra cotta so it can be salvaged and reused.