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Logan Square Preservation

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The old photos show the station, 2525 N. Kedzie Blvd., over the years, from 1895 to 1972.

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The old photo shows an ice cream parlor where Mi Tocaya stands today.

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The old building, 2535 W. Armitage Ave., used to house streetcars until the 1950s.

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The old photo shows the square, looking north at the buildings that house Reno and Webster's Wine Bar.

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Today, the site is home to a Popeye's, IHOP and adjoining parking lots.

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The postcards, which depict neighborhood streets in the early 20th century, cost $40-70.

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At the time, Logan and Kedzie boulevards met in the center just to the south of the Comfort Station.

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Martin Kimbell used to fend off wolves from his farm, which sat in an area we now know as Logan Square.

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Founded in 1913, the grand 1,200-seat theater was demolished in 1968 during the Blue Line extension.

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The exhibit, which kicks off Sept. 3, offers residents a real glimpse into the neighborhood's past.

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Today, the site is home to the Social Security Administration building.

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The old photo shows crews laying the groundwork for the leaky subway station we all know and love.

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The photos show old frame buildings near the intersection of Milwaukee and Diversey avenues in 1906.

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Streetcars, known as the Chicago Surface Lines, ran from 1859 to 1958 in Chicago.

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The intersection was often cited as a dangerous one even during the 1930s.