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1325 N. Dearborn St.

Cushman said this building was built for the Russian Consulate around 1875, hence the large, rounded windows. It now appears to be a private residence. The three-flat to the north still stands, but the greystone to the south is now a midrise apartment building.

1337 N. Dearborn St.

1400 N. State St.

238 W. St. Paul St.

1811 N. Howe St.

1845 N. Orchard St.

244 W. Willow St.

The building is now the home of the Menomenee Club for Boys and Girls, which was holding a Halloween costume party the day of my visit.

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