Image ID
DN-0072231
Headline
Exterior view of Pekin Caf?© Exterior view of Pekin Café
Date Depicted
August 23, 1920
Date Created
August 23, 1920
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
DN-0072231, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Inventory Number
1960.784
Storage Location
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Acquisition Source
Gift of Field Enterprises, Inc.
Max Pixels - Height
4631
Max Pixels - Width
6023
KEYWORDS
Chicago (Ill.)
architecture
buildings
built environment
1960.784
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
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Pekin Cafe (Chicago, Ill.)
Cafes
27th Street (Chicago, Ill.)
State Street (Chicago, Ill.)
Douglas (Chicago, Ill.)
Exterior views
glass negatives
exterior view of pekin cafija

Exterior view of the Pekin Cafe, located at the corner of 27th Street and South State Street in the Douglas community area of Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 1920. Site where policemen James A Mulcahy and William Hennessey were murdered. The cafe also was known as the Pekin-Beaux Arts Cafe. Hershie Miller, or Hirsche Miller, and Samuel Morton were accused of the killing but not convicted.Exterior view of the Pekin Café, located at the corner of 27th Street and South State Street in the Douglas community area of Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 1920. Site where policemen James A Mulcahy and William Hennessey were murdered. The cafe also was known as the Pekin-Beaux Arts Cafe. Hershie Miller, or Hirsche Miller, and Samuel Morton were accused of the killing but not convicted.

Exterior view of the Pekin Cafe, located at the corner of 27th Street and South State Street in the Douglas community area of Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 1920. Site where policemen James A Mulcahy and William Hennessey were murdered. The cafe also was known as the Pekin-Beaux Arts Cafe. Hershie Miller, or Hirsche Miller, and Samuel Morton were accused of the killing but not convicted.Exterior view of the Pekin Café, located at the corner of 27th Street and South State Street in the Douglas community area of Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 1920. Site where policemen James A Mulcahy and William Hennessey were murdered. The cafe also was known as the Pekin-Beaux Arts Cafe. Hershie Miller, or Hirsche Miller, and Samuel Morton were accused of the killing but not convicted.

9/17/2007