Chicago's Vanishing Neighborhoods Film Still from 'A Place to Live'
Courtesy Chicago Film Archives

Chicago's Vanishing Neighborhoods Film Still from 'A Place to Live'

The short doc A Place to Live was film commissioned by the Department of Urban Renewal. The 1968 color 16mm film follows the relocation of home owners displaced by development.

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