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A walk through Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood

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These pictures show parts of the Pilsen neighborhood in Chicago. It is located on the near southwest side. Its basically bordered by Halsted/16th/Damen/Chicago River(SB). It predominantly consists of recent Mexican immigrants. I was orginially (between 1870-1950) predominantly Eastern European.

It is a lovely neighborhood with solidly built (with some deferred maintenance) Late 19th century brick houses and commercial buildings. It will be the next hot gentrified neighborhood if the locals give up on preventing it.

Sorry, the picture resolution is kinda crappy

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19th and Peoria Street

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Near 18th and Blue Island

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On 18th between Ashland and Racine

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On 18th between Ashland and Racine

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At 18th and Ashland

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At 18th Place and Wood St.

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On Racine south of 19th

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