At the Tribune building
At Goll's Drug Store
At the barn of Patrick and Catherine O'Leary
At St. Paul's Church
On the prarie
Firefighters, poor, immigrants
Mayor, builders, business owners
Governor, police, wealthy homeowners
County supervisors, city workers, park officials
Daniel "Peg Leg" Sullivan
Wrought iron I beams
Brick wall partitions
Corrugated iron ceilings
Tar saturated wood on the roofs
Granite block exterior
They took pictures of people after the fire.
They sold water after the fire.
They located loved ones after the fire.
They made crafts after the fire.
They sold souvenirs from the fire.
It was dumped into Lake Michigan.
It was sent to the city dump in the south.
It was hauled away to the country.
It was burned in the center of the city.
It was sent to a recycling center.
Mathias Schaffer thought the new fire was part of the fire from the night before.
Bruno Goll would not give the key to the alarm box.
Firefighters were exhausted from fighting a fire the previous night.
The wrong fire box signal was sent.
All of the above
The lightning stopped.
The wind changed direction.
The wind died down.
It began to rain.
The waterworks began working again.
Barns in the city
Buildings of three or more stories
Decorative wood on buildings
Fire fighting methods
New education practices
Water here--smokey, but good.
Fire relics for sale.
Chicago lives on.
Buy your house here.
All gone but wife, children, and energy.