|Pylons marking the north end of the Court of Honor (looking north on State Street and Lake Street) at the 1899 Autumn Festival of Chicago. The pylons were sculpted by Lorado Taft; the pylon at left symbolizes Prosperity, and on the right is Peace.|
NOTE: the Chicago Street Paver Bricks.
One of the opening features was a bicycle procession of over 7,090 uniformed wheelmen.
Compiled by Neil Gale, Ph.D.