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CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – SOUTH SHORE CHICAGO – BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 – THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL’S GRADUATION – PAGE ONE   Leave a comment

BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 - THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL'S GRADUATION - PAGE ONE

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CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – SOUTH SHORE CHICAGO – BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 – THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL’S GRADUATION – PAGE TWO   Leave a comment

BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 - FOR MY BROTHER BILL'S GRADUATION - PAGE TWO

CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – SOUTH SHORE CHICAGO – BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 – THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL’S GRADUATION – PAGE THREE   Leave a comment

BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 - THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL'S GRADUATION - PAGE THREE

CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – SOUTH SHORE CHICAGO – BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 – THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL’S GRADUATION – BABY PICTURE PAGE   Leave a comment

BRADWELL LIFE JUNE 1963 - THE ISSUE FOR MY BROTHER BILL'S GRADUATION - BABY PICTURE PAGE

CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – SOUTH SHORE CHICAGO – BRADWELL LIFE – SCHOOL NEWSPAPER – JUNE 1958 ISSUE   Leave a comment

CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – HYDE PARK CHICAGO – PHOTO – CHICAGO – JOHN AND BILL – SEPTEMBER 1957 – STRIP OF PHOTOS FROM MACHINE AT RANDOLPH STREET IC STATION – A CHUCKMAN FAMILY PHOTO   3 comments

CHUCKMAN - JOHN AND BILL - SEPTEMBER 1957 - STRIP OF PHOTOS FROM MACHINE AT RANDOLPH STREET IC STATION

ONE OF THOSE MACHINE PHOTO STRIPS. THIS ONE FEATURES BILL, JOHN, AND OUR MOTHER’S HAND TRYING TO CONTROL BILL’S MUGGING.

THESE MACHINES WERE IN THE RANDOLPH STREET IC STATION, AND A STRIP OF PICTURES COST TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.

GADS, LOOK AT THAT REGULAR-GUY LOOK WITH THE JACKET AND THE HAIR.

CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – HYDE PARK CHICAGO – BILL CHUCKMAN AT THE EMPTY LOT ON KIMBARK AVE SOUTH OF 51ST HYDE PARK – IT WAS A FAVORITE PLACE TO PLAY – A CHUCKMAN FAMILY PHOTO   Leave a comment

BILL CHUCKMAN AT THE EMPTY LOT ON UNIVERSITY AVE SOUTH OF 51ST HYDE PARK - IT WAS A FAVORITE PLACE TO PLAY

THIS WAS TAKEN AT A FAVORITE PLAYGROUND IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, AN EMPTY LOT ON KIMBARK AVE. THE STONE MUST HAVE BEEN LEFT FROM THE BUILDING THAT ONCE OCCUPIED THE SITE. I LOVED THE WILD FLOWERS THAT GREW IN SUCH PLACES.