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This delightful volume explores the beauty and diversity of the Windy City with over 80 full-color photographs and a lively and informative text by Chicagoans Thomas and Virginia Aylesworth. Describes the history and people of the city regarded as the industrial capital of the Midwest. ( )
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Describes the history and people of the city regarded as the industrial capital of the Midwest.

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Describes the history and people of the city regarded as the industrial capital of the Midwest.

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