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Wave breaking on the shore of Lake Michigan by Lincoln Park while a man watches from High Bridge

Chicago Daily News, Inc., photographer.

Published 1913 Nov. 10.

View of wave breaking on the shore of Lake Michigan by Lincoln Park in Chicago, Illinois, while a man watches from High Bridge.

This photonegative taken by a Chicago Daily News photographer was published in the newspaper on November10, 1913.

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