Runners Scouring for recruits for the "Worlds Fair" Girl Market.
A Chicago man wants a divorce because his wife sings Salvation hymns, gains his suit by having her give an exhibition of her vocal powers in court.
A World’s Fair Tyrolese beauty captures the love and caresses of an alleged faithless husband and is discovered by his wife.
Every Garden City belle wants to have her hair cut like a little man’s.
A Chicago railroad man and a Chicago porter both say that it is becoming fashionable for young men of that city to kiss each other vigorously when they part for any length of time and when they meet again.
How a too presumptuous shoe dealer’s attention to a female customer was resented by her male escort.
Our suggestion.-- A divorce court in every railroad depot in Chicago! Time saved, and everybody happy!
Cigarette cards, 1880s, 1890s
Thompson's British burlesque troupe opened to a packed house at Wood's Museum and Metropolitan Theatre.
The Eye that Never Sleeps.
The athletic diversions of an association of dashing damsels in their club rooms in Chicago.
History of the Hoochy Coochy.