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A Man Holding His "Clue" Board Game
A Man Holding His "Clue" Board Game
TitleA Man Holding His "Clue" Board Game
CaptionLewis "Bubble" Tucker. Before succumbing to the renovation and upward mobility in the new millennium, Chicago's Maxwell Street was home to a large homeless population, many of whom stayed at Maxworks, 717 W. Maxwell Street.
PhotographerDostatni, Yvette
DateAugust 13, 2000
ISO Date2000-08-13
Project LocationUniversity Village (Chicago, Ill.)
Project Number291
Project TitleResidents of Maxworks
Original Sleeve TitleMaxwell
Sleeve CaptionMaxwell street, showing the people living in Maxworks, 717 W. Maxwell Street. They are the last ones left before the area is taken over by the University of Illinois at Chicago. The long-running Sunday Maxwell St. Market was moved a few years ago to Canal Street. The final step for UIC is moving out the remaining residents and razing the buildings to make way for the university's south campus expansion.
SubjectMen
African Americans
Board games
Day
TypeImage
FormPhotographs
MediumColor
Film Size120
SponsorshipFunded through the support of the Comer Foundation.
HostUniversity of Illinois at Chicago. Library.
CollectionCITY 2000 (University of Illinois at Chicago)
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Chicago. Library. Special Collections and University Archives.
CitationCite as [Creator]. [Title], [Identifier]. Comer Archive of Chicago in the Year 2000 (University of Illinois at Chicago).
RightsContact photographer for use rights.
Identifier38198100104254_29
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