Image ID
DN-0005869
Headline
Residence at 1440 West Washburne Avenue
Date Depicted
circa March 3, 1908
Date Created
circa March 3, 1908
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2013, all rights reserved
Credit Line
DN-0005869, 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
6686
Max Pixels - Width
4729
KEYWORDS
Chicago (Ill.)
architecture
buildings
built environment
1960.784
Averbuch, Lazarus
Averbuch, Olga
Lazarus Averbuch Affair, Chicago, Ill., 1908
Dwellings
Near West Side (Chicago, Ill.)
Exterior views
Homes and haunts
DN-0005869.tif
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Washburne Avenue (Chicago, Ill.)
residence at 1440 west washburne avenue

Exterior view of the residence at 1440 West Washburne Avenue (formerly 218 Washburne) where Lazarus Averbuch (also known as Jeremy Averbuch or Harry Averbuch) was staying with his sister Olga Averbuch, Chicago, Illinois, circa March 3, 1908. Lazarus Averbuch, an alleged anarchist and recent immigrant, was shot and killed at Police Chief George M. Shippy's house in an incident some people believed began as an attempt to assassinate Shippy.

Exterior view of the residence at 1440 West Washburne Avenue (formerly 218 Washburne) where Lazarus Averbuch (also known as Jeremy Averbuch or Harry Averbuch) was staying with his sister Olga Averbuch, Chicago, Illinois, circa March 3, 1908. Lazarus Averbuch, an alleged anarchist and recent immigrant, was shot and killed at Police Chief George M. Shippy's house in an incident some people believed began as an attempt to assassinate Shippy.

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