The South Loop Historical Society will be conducting walking tours during 2013. August 15: The Levee District. October 10: The State Street and Wabash Corridor Between Congress and Roosevelt. Join SLHS today for free admission to these tours, plus other SLHS membership benefits. Click here for more information.
Note: The May 9 walking tour of Public Art has been postponed.
Share Your Photos and Memorabilia with SLHS
The South Loop Historical Society is collecting an archive of photos and artifacts from South Loop history for our archives. We welcome donations of digital or print photos, books, brochures, documents, or other items of interest. Contact us at (312) 939-0111 ext. 1818 to arrange a donation to help preserve South Loop history.
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Our Latest Web Content
There's new content on South Loop resident Al Capone. Check out the latest additions to The South Loop Historical Society Web site---
read about the historic Bucklen Flats apartment building at 800 S. Michigan (1888-1933) and a brief history of Writer, Professor, Tattoo Artist, and Gay Rights Activist
Samuel Morris Steward. More content is coming soon.
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