Just before her departure from Chicago in 1946, Lolith Irene Maddox sentimentally photographed the sites of her daily routine. They were all taken around her 4602 Beacon Street apartment. The trio of photos below, and Irene’s commentary, provide an unusual first-hand viewpoint.
Irene wrote on the back of this one, “For fourteen years – you saw this view – as you waited for your bus – .”
On the back of this photo, Irene joked indecipherably, “Is there a bus coming? My True Rat looked for the answer here many, many times.”
Irene (Diane) wrote on the back of this photo, “Diane of the Beacons – saw this view – thousands of times -.”