Bibliography – Magazine and Feature Articles

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Magazine and Feature Articles

Reed, Earl Jr. “Edgar Miller, Designer-Craftsman.” Architecture, August 1932.

Cass, Judith. “Crilly Court’s Residents Turn Vacant Lot Into War Gardens.” Chicago Tribune, June 4, 1942.

Ford, Ann. “Artist Colony Forms One Big Happy Family.” Chicago Tribune, November 15, 1942.

Leimert, Virginia. “Chicagoans Restoring Old Charm and Grace to Landmark Homes on North Side: ‘Pioneers’ Reviving Picturesque Area.” Chicago Daily News, June 4, 1947.

Chase, Al. “Years Bring New Charm to Old Area: Crilly Pioneer in His Field.” Chicago Tribune, January 2, 1949.

Lyon, Marge. “There Are No ‘Squares’ In Old Town’s Triangle.” Chicago Tribune, November 23, 1952.

Browning, Norma Lee. “Let’s Tour Old Town: It’s an Artists’ Colony, a Garden Spot, a Friendly village in the Heart of Bustling Chicago.” Chicago Tribune, December 1, 1957.

Leonard, William. “Chicago’s New ‘Left Bank’: Today’s Beatniks Howl in Precincts Once Famed as Sites of Dill Pickle Club and Bughouse Square.” Chicago Tribune, November 23, 1958.

Linn, James. “Restore Lincoln Park Area: Citizens’ Groups, Urban Renewal Stem Deterioration.” Chicago Tribune, November 2, 1967.

Amazaki, Barbara. “Citizens Form Group to Coordinate Fight Against Construction.” Chicago Tribune, April 14, 1968.

Shojai, Carolyn. “Residents, City Combine Forces to Rejuvenate Lincoln Park Area.” Chicago Tribune, September 21, 1969.

Cross, Robert. “Bignoise from Lincoln Park.” Chicago Tribune, November 2, 1969.

Cross, Robert. “The Tardy Bell is Ringing at Waller High: Lincoln Park, It Tolls for Thee.” Chicago Tribune, April 17, 1970.

Dunham, Wayne. “Walpole Point: A successful experiment, but now what?” Chicago Tribune, May 10, 1975.

“The Legacy of Sol Kogan.” Chicago Rehabber, Fall 1979.

Levitt, Aimee. “The migration of the hipster.” Chicago Reader, October 2, 2013.