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Tax Rates for City of Chicago, 1937-1940

Source: Office of County Clerk; rates apply on $100 assessed valuation

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Assessed Valuation of Taxable Chicago Property, 1940

Source: Office of the County Clerk
Personal
Capital

Real
Property

Stock
Estate
Railroad

Total Hyde Park.

$ 65,611,677 $ 1.245,346 $196,705,365 $12.600,012 $276.162,400 Jefferson

35.008,536
602.303 18.33.336

2.108.773 218.553,048 Lake

50,737,576

1,090.727 153.810.662 27,050.866 262.690,131 Lake View 39,12,931 2,175,859 139.583,048

1.710.444 183,282,283 North Chicago

46,095,533
1.692.677 98,250.387

1.303,944 147.402.541 Rogers Park..

X, 294,961
534.131 41,154,553

216,479 50.200,424 outh Chicago (

133,758.018 38.719,277 258,946,638 9.008,788 440,432,721 West Chicago.

129,755.803 2,443,569 250,495,694 34,108,926 417.103,992 Total

$509,075,435 $48,503,889 $1,349,779,983 $88,468,232 $1,995,827,539 City of Chicago figures formerly shown in the towns of Calumet, Stickney and Worth are transferred to the Township of Lake. Figures formerly shown in the towns of Leyden, Maine, Niles and Norwood Park are transferred to the Township of Jefferson.

Chicago Tax Rates Per $100 Assessed Value, 1928-1941

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192% $5.15 $0.30 $1.75 $1.53 $.55 $0 46 $.10 $.46 1935 $8.37 $3.24 $2.86 $.99 $0.57 $0 04 $0.67 1929 6.15 .391 1.99 2.04 02 45 09 .57 1936 9.52 1:3.69 3.35 1.05 63 09 .68 1930 6.74 .391 2.44 2.01 .74 .56 09 .51 1937 8.73 +3.40 3.02 91 .56 10 .64 1931 7.35 391 2.52 2.46 .79 52

56 1.9351 9.12 13.60 3.18 .98 60 10 .69 1932 7.73 .50 2.82 2.03 .99

.14 .67 11939 9.11 13.51) 3.19 1.09 .58 .09 .66 1933 6.49

2.06 2.18 .97 52 .11 65 1910 9.52 13.61 3.29 1.12 64 .101 .76 19341 7.12 2.24 2.36

.62 14 80*1941 9.69 13.58 3.47 1.151 .63 Including Poor Relief tax of approximately $0.30 in each of the years. Estimated, using 1939 valuations.

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2,275,569 Dwellings Listed in Illinois The United States Bureau of the Census reported their homes were located elsewhere. 2.275,659 dwellings in Illinois under the census of The total figures include dwelling units in resort April 1, 1940. of this number 2.189.223 were OC- area occupied or available for occupancy on a cupied as households and 86,436 were classified seasonal basis as well as ordinary units occupied under the general heading as "vacant." This last or available for occupancy on a permanent basis. group was made up mainly of dwelling units vacant The entire group of vacant" units formed 3.8 and for sale or rent, but included also some units per cent of all dwellings in the State. held for absent households and a small number of The number of dwellings listed in Chicago was units temporarily occupied by non-resident house- 987,271, of which 948,474 were occupied and 38,797 holds, that is, by households which reported that were Vacant.

Museums and Points of Interest in Chicago

Source: Chicago Municipal Reference Library Adler Planetarium-In Grant Park. Admission small federal garrison. free, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Other Marquette Cross---At Damen avenue, on the bank days 25 cents. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, of the south branch of the Chicago river. This Thursday and Saturday, 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.; huge cross marks the spot where Father Marquette demonstrations at 11 A.' M. and 3 P. M. and 8 camped during the winter of 1674-1675, after his P. M. on Tuesdays and Fridays, when the plan - exploration of the Mississippi. tarium is open from 10 A. M. to 9 P. M.; Sundays Flagship of Columbus In Jackson Park Yacht 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. with demonstrations at 2:30 and harbor. An exact replica of the Santa Maria, flag3:30. Planets, stars, moon and entire celestial orbit ship of Christopher Columbus, presented by the reproduce all the mysteries of the universe.

Spanish overnment to the Chicago Columbian exArt Institute-Michigan Ave. foot of Adams St., position in 1893. covers 3 acres of floor space. Admission free: Chicago Fire At De Koven and Jefferson streets Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; stands a marker on the spot formerly given over other days 25 cents. Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. to the cowshed of the famed Mrs. O'Leary. Tradiweekdays; 12 noon to 5 P. M. Sundays. Collec- tion recalls that it was a lamp upset by the flying tions of paintings (c. 1400), sculpture, prints and heels of Mrs. O'Leary's cow that started the drawings, decorative arts (period rooms, etc.), Chicago fire. oriental arts. Children's Museum. Ryerson and Oriental Institute-At the University of Chicago, Burham Libraries (45.000 vols.); photos (70.000), Fifty-eighth street and University avenue. Admisetc. Goodman Memorial Theatre; Art School; sion free daily. A museum of ancient civilizations Sunday free lectures.

brought to Chicago by the explorations of Prof. Chicago Academy of Sciences and Museum of Breasted. Babylon, Thebes, Persepolis, relics from Natural History-In Lincoln Park at Clark St. and the stables of Solomon, a model of the Tower of Ogden Ave.-Armitage Ave. Admission free every Babel, and a statue of Tutenkhamnen, are disday. Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. weekdays, 1 P. M. played in the museum. Open 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays. Exhibits flora and fauna Monday through Saturday, and 11 A. M. to 5 native to the region of Chicago; wild animals of P. M. on Sunday from June to Nov. 30. From the middle west. Illustrated lectures on natural December to May 31, open from 1 to 5 P. M., Monhistory subjects on Sundays at 3 P. M. during the day through Friday, while the Saturday and winter.

Sunday schedule is the same as that for the Chicago Historical Museum-In Lincoln Park at summer and fall months. Clark St. and North Ave. Admission free Mon- Union Stock Yards-Main entrance. Halsted days, Wednesdays and Fridays and every day to Street and Exchange Avenue. Established 1865. children, students and teachers, Hours 9:30 A. M. Largest live stock market and meat packing center to 5 P. M. weekdays, I P. M. to 6 P. M. on Sun- in the world. The gateway between the producing days. Collection of American historical memen- regions of the West and the consuming areas of toes, including anchor dropped by Columbus when the East. he discovered America, the death bed of Abraham Hull HousePolk and Halsted streets. Founded Lincoln, and relics of the explorers of the by Miss Jane Addams as the first American settleNorthwest.

ment for the advancement of the unprivileged. Field Museum of Natural History-see Index, Now under the direction of Miss Charlotte Carr. FIELD MUSEUM.

University of Chicago Chapel-On the Midway Museum of Science and Industry-Jackson Park, at the University of Chicago campus. A structure 57th St. and Lake Michigan. Open daily and of unusual grace and beauty, designed by the Sunday 9:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Admission free noted architect, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, and every day. The Museum contains exhibits which dedicated in 1929. Open daily to visitors from 9 show the important steps from primitive times to A. M. to 6 P. M.; Sunday services at 11 A. M. and the present day, in the fields of physics, chemistry, 4:30 P. M. are open to the public, agriculture, textiles and forestry, geology and Chicago Zoological Gardens-Brookfield, a suburb mineral industries, power, transportation, civil en- southwest of the city, may be reached by street gineering and architecture, the medical sciences, car, elevated or Burlington train. Open every day and printing and the graphic arts.

of the year. Admission free on Thursday, SaturShedd Aquarium-In Grant Park, Roosevelt day, Sunday and holidays; children are always road and Lake Michigan, Admission free Thurs-admitted free. A large and comprehensive collecdays, Saturdays and Sundays; every day to tion of the world's mammals, birds and reptiles children; other days entrance fee is 25 cents. are shown in modern buildings and inclosures. Open 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. every day except Christ- Barless cages are used extensively, native habitamas and New Year's day. Contains 10,000 finny tions and backgrounds have been reproduced. Open specimens ranging all the way from the walking during May to September from 10 AM to 6 P. M. fish of Africa to the weirdest exhibits of deep week days and to 7 P. M. Sundays and holidays; sea life.

during April and October hours 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Fort Dearborn-Lake Michigan at 31st St. An and to 6 P. M. Sundays and holidays. From exact replica of the fort built in 1803 as a pro- November to March, 10 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. week tection against the Indians and manned by days, and to 5:30 P. M. Sundays and holidays.

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Mayors of Chicago

Source: Historical Records
No.
Name
Elec. No.1 Name

Elec. No.
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Elec. 1 William B. Ogden, D. 183721 John Wentworth,R.-Fus. 1857|42 Hempsted Washburne, R. 1891 2 Buckner 8. Morris, Whis 183822 John Haines, R.

1858 43 CarterH.Harrison, Sr. D 1893 3 Benj. W. Raymond, Whig 1839|23 John C. Haines, R.. 1859|| 44 John P. Hopkns, D. 1893 4 Alexander Lloyd, D. 184024 Jolin Wentworth, R. 186045 George B. Swift, R. 1995 5 Francis C. Sherman, D. 1841 25 Julian S. Rumsey, R.. 186146 CarterH. Harrison,Jr., D. 1897 6 Benj. W. Raymond, D., 184226 Francis C. Sherman, D. 1862 47 Carter H. Harrison Jr.D., 1899 7 Augustus Garrett, D. 184327 Francis C. Sherman, D. 1863|48 Carter H. Harrison,Jr., D. 1901 8 Alson S. Sherman, D 1844 28 John B. Rice, R.... 186549 Carter H.Harrison, Jr., D. 1903 9 Augustus Garrett. D. 184529 John B. Rice, R.

186750 Edward F. Dunne, D... 1903 10 John B. Chapin, Whig 181630 Roswell B. Mason, Peop. 180951 Fred A. Busse, R...... 1207 11 James Curtiss, D.

1847 31 Joseph Medill, Cit.* 1871 52 Carter H.Harrison,Jr., D. 1911 12 J. Woodworth, D.-Whic 184832 Harvey D. Colvin, Peop. 187353 William H. Thompson, R. 1913 13 J. Woodworth, D.-Whis) 181933 Thomas Hoyne, R... 1875 54 William H. Thompson, R. 1919 14 James Curtiss, D.

185034 Monroe Heath, R.. 1876 55 William E. Dever, D. 1923 15 Walter Gurnee, D...

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35 Monroe Heath, R.. 187756 William H. Thompson, R. 1927 16 Walter S. Gurnee, D. 1852 36 Carter H. Harrison, Sr.,D. 1879||57 Anton J. Cermak, D... 1931 17 Charles M. Gray, D, 1953 (37 | CarterH. Harrison,Sr., D. 188158 Frank J. Corr, D.I.

1933 18 Isaac L. Milliken, D.. 1854 38 CarterH Harrison. Sr. D. 1883 59 Edward J. Kelly, D... 1933 19 Levi D. Boone, Know

39 Carterll. Harrison, Sr. D. 188560 Edward J. Kelly. D. 1935 nothing.. 1855 40 John A. Roche, R.. 1887 || 61 Edward J. Kelly, D

1939 20 Thomas Dyer, D. 1856||41 DeWitt C. Cregier, D..,

1889
"Fireproof" ticket.
Elected but did not serve.

Elected by City Council, March 14, 1933, after death of Mayor Anton Cermak, and served as
Acting Mayor until the election of a successor,
Elected by City Council April 13, 1933, to serve unexpired term of Cermak.

Annual Meteorological Summary for Chicago, 1940

Source: United States Weather Bureau, Chicago
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(The normals are based on the average from 1871 to date)
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1.22 4.05 2.61 5.03 3.44 2.70 1.14 3.78 3.64
0.52 1.21 1.32 0.07 2.24 0.42 3.41

4.03 2.32 1.59 3.48 1.77 7.09 5.03 3.05 3.56

3.28 1.68 1.33 1.00 2.54 2.08 1.03 0.22 4.29 8.97 3.00 0.63 1.20 4.61 1.64 5.02

1.41 2.68 1.89 3.09 2.11 3.51 2.20 3.98 6.78 3.90 2.12

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Dec. Annual 2.63 33.92 1.84

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Chicago Winds, Per Cent of Time Each Direction, 1940

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Altitudes in Chicago

Source: Chicago Municipal Reference Library Chicago is one of the few great cities of the Oakley Avenue and 103rd Street. 85.379 feet world which is built directly on a lake front. / Western Avenue and 87th Street

85.150 It is located at the southwest corner of Lake Seeley Avenue and 95th Street..

82.320 Michigan (lat. 41° 50', long. 87° 38' W.), some- Hoyne Avenue and 91st Street

79.334 what less than half-way from the equator to the Damen Avenue and 103rd Street. 78.855 north pole, on a crescent-shaped plain gradually Harlem Avenue and Nina Avenue 73.354 rising from the level of the lake.

Harlem Ave, and Norwood Park Ave. 68.623 The following street intersections are the high- Devon Avenue and Harlem Avenue... 67.111 est street corners in Chicago. Six are located in Western Avenue and 110th Place 66.894 the southern part of the city in the Beverly and Dickens Avenue and Newland Avenue. 66.875 Morgan Park community areas; the others in the Harlem Avenue and Grand Avenue.. 66.843 northwest part of the city in the Norwood Park. Grand Ave. and Narragansett Ave... 66.723 Montclare, and Belmont-Cragin community areas: * Above Lake Michigan.

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Chicago Hospitals and Their Capacities

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Source: Chicago Board of Health
Name of Hospital

Address
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Alexian Brothers 1200 Belden Av.

2! 0 Mercy

2637 Prairie Av. American.. 850 Irving Park Rd. 150 Misericordia

2916 W. 47th St. Augustana. 411 Dickens Av..

275 Montrose Avenue, and
Belmont
4058 Melrose St

100
Sanitarium

2538-44 Montrose Av.. Bethany Home & Hosp. 5015 N. Paulina St.

17 Mother Cabrini's Bethany Sanit. & Hosp. 3420 Van Buren St.. 50 Memorial

1200 Gilpin PI.. Billings, Albert Merritt 950 E. 59th St...

289 Mount Sinai

1519 S. California Av.. Burns, Robert.. 3807 Washington Blvd. 35

North Avenue.

1625 W. North Av.. Burnside.. 9435 Langley Av.. 45 Northern...

2314 N, Clark St. Burrows. 669 Irving Park Rd... 40 North Chicago.

2551 N. Clark St. Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose

North Side Eye, Ear, & Throat...

236 W. Washington St. 75 Nose and Throat...940 Montrose Av. Chicago Home for Girls 5024 Indiana Ay... 50 Norwegian American... 1044 N. Francisco Av. Chicago Home for In

O'Connell Sanitarium .. 3839 S. Michigan Av. curables... 5535 Ellis Av.

290 | Parkway Sanitarium... 2616 Prairie Av... Chicago.. 811 E. 49th St. 35|| Passavant

303 E. Superior St.. Chicago Lying-In. 5841 Maryland Av.

163 People's.....

255 W, Cermak Rd. Chicago Memorial, 660 Cleveland Park 88 Pinel Sanitarium 731-41 Diversey Blvd. Chicago Osteopathic. 5250 Ellis AV.

40|| Post Graduate

2400 S. Dearborn St.. Children's Memorial.. 707 Fullerton Pkwy 252 Presbyterian.

1753 W. Congress St Clark, Percival Lemon,

Provident

426 E. 51st St Foundatio for Health

Blaine Ramsay,

35 S. Hoyne Av. Research .. 2637 Prairie Av. 30||Ravenswood.

1931 Wilson Av. Columbus ... 2548 Lakeview Av. 150||Michael Reese.

2839 Ellis Av. Crittenden, Florence,

St. Anne's..

4950 Thomas St. Anchorage. 2615 Indiana Av..

30 St. Anthony de Padua 19th St. & Marshall BI. Danish American, 1621 N. Kost Der Av..

50 St. Bernard's.

6337 Harvard Av. Douglas Park, 1900 S. Ked zie Av.. 21 St. Elizabeth.

1431 N. Claremont Av. Edgewater 5700 N. Ashland Av. 111 St. George

449 Windeconna Pkwy Edgewater Rest Home 5400 Sheridan Road. 10||St. Joseph.

2100 Burling St... Englewood 0001 S. Green St.. 101 St. Luke's

1439 S. Michigan Av. Evangelical, of Chicago 5421 Morgan St.

175 St. Mary of Nazareth. 1120 N. Leavitt St Fairview Sanitarium ...2840 Prairie Av.

28 St. Paul's...

828 W. 35th Pl.... Frances Juvenile Home 5141 Michigan Av.

24||St. Vincent's Infant & Franklin Blvd.. 3240 Franklin Blvd. 60 Maternity..

721 N. LaSalle St. Garfield Park 3821 Washington Blvd. 150 | Salvation Army

5040 N. Pulaski Rd., Grant. 551 Grant PI

220 Samaritan Treatment, Halco Institute. 1352 N. LaSalle St.. 11

Inc..

6231 Sheridan Road... Henrotin.

939 N. LaSalle St. 100 Shriners for Crippled Holy Cross. 2700 W. 69th St. 135 Children.

2211 N. Oak Park Rd Illinois Central.

5800 Stony Island Av.. 250||$. Chicago Community. 2325 E. 92nd Pl. Illinois Masonic. 836 Wellington AV

159 South End..

45 W. 111th St. Jackson Park .. 7531 Stony Island Ay.. 182||South Shore,

8015 Luella Av Jefferson Park. 1402 W. Monroe St... 65

Southtown..

5701 S. Wood St. Jewish People's Con

Streeter

2646 Calumet Av. valescent Home. 1522 A. Albany Av., 17 Swedish Convent. 5145 N. California Av Kenner... 716 Wellington Av. 40 University

432 8. Wolcott Av..... Lake Park Sanitarium. .3256 Lake Park Av... 20 Walther Memorial. 1116 N. Kedzie Av.. Lewis Memorial

Washington Blvd. 2449 Washington Blvd. Maternity..

3001 S. Michigan Av. 117 Washington, Martha. 2318 Irving Park Rd.. Loretto, The

645 S. Central Av.. 137 Wesley Memorial 2449 8. Dearborn St.. Lutheran Deaconess. 1138 N. Leavitt St.

176 Women & Children's... 1600 Maple Av Mapletier Sanitarium 3932 Lake Park Av. 20 Woodlawn..

6058 Drexel Av.

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Address

Cap Name of Hospital Bridewell.

2800 S. California Av.. 79 Disease. Isolation

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STATE HOSPITALS Illinois Charitable Eye

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and Educa-1 and Ear Infirmary... 1904 W. Adams St.

2001

1817 W. Polk St U. S. GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL U.S. Public Health and Marine..

4141 Clarendon AV

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