Eastland and the Typhoid Scare of 1915
What Chicagoan isn’t familiar with the annual “dying green” of the Chicago River for St. Patty’s Day? It’s a tradition that we all cherish. The actual dying process is carried out with ceremonial precision and with great concern for the environment. Of course, we all know the green dye isn’t permanent and in a few days our beloved river will once again return to a normal... Read more »