When the Democratic National Convention came to town 50 years ago this month, sparking mass protests and mayhem, a young photographer found himself in the midst of it all. Here he shares his images for the first time.
Before the city gave much thought to preserving its architectural gems, Richard Nickel devoted his life to saving them. His writings, sketches, and photos—now presented in a new book—offer a fresh view of a Chicago original.
A trove of negatives chronicling the reversal of the Chicago River reveals a gritty city on the make—and a haunting landscape beyond Chicago that’s been lost forever