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Celebrating 125 Years of Chicago’s “L” Trains

"That idea of riding through the backyards and back porches of the city is still very much the same experience that people would have had 100 years ago." Graham Garfield of the Chicago Transit Authority recalls the history of Chicago’s storied “L” trains on its 125th anniversary of service.

First Commercially Produced Computers

Picture your laptop that is sitting in your backpack, handbag or on the corner of your desk. ... more

Jackie Robinson Breaks the Color Barrier

A young rookie for the Brooklyn Dodgers forever changed the game of baseball on April 15, 1947. ... more

First Long-Distance Call

To make a telephone call across the country in 1915 took five switchboard operators and more ... more
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