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Horses and lions in the snow outside the Art Institute of Chicago in 1925, Photographer: Chicago Daily News

50 Stunning Vintage Photographs of ChicagoHorses and lions in the snow

A horse-drawn wagon passes by the bronze lion statues in front of the Art Institute of Chicago Museum during a snowstorm, Chicago, Illinois. photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc. (Courtesy of Chicago History Museum)

Horse drawn snow plow on Michigan Ave., Chicago 1908

Horse-drawn snow plow on Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Chicago Daily News, Inc.

Construction of Navy Pier in 1914. It was completed in 1916.

Municipal Pier in Chicago under construction on September Construction was completed in It was renamed Navy Pier in 1927 to honor the navy veterans of World War I.

In honor of Alfred Eisenstaedt's birthday, we take a look back at some of his most iconic photographs.

A Legacy Through Photographs: Alfred Eisenstaedt

The Great 1967 Chicago Blizzard. Youngsters begin the not-so-popular task of removing snow from stranded autos in downtown Chicago after a record-breaking snow that, accompanied by near zero temperatures. Many motorists were stranded overnight as cars dotted the city's streets and expressways.

The Great 1967 Chicago Blizzard. Youngsters begin the not-so-popular task of…

vintage chicago people | People walking during a blizzard in Chicago, Illinois, c. December ...

People walking during a blizzard in Chicago, Illinois, c. December Photograph by Chicago Daily News. Want a copy of this photo? > Visit our Rights and Reproductions Department and give them this number: Connect with the Museum

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