Chicago History Magazine
Chicago History is the only magazine devoted exclusively to the history of our city. Written by distinguished historians and beautifully illustrated, Chicago History brings to life Chicago's complex past and the people who have shaped it.
Chicago History is free with membership.
The Fall 2012 issue of Chicago History features:
The Burning Hive by Gary Krist
During a summer that say labor unrest, race riots, and the tragic disappearance of a young girl, Chicagoans also witnessed a devastating air disaster.
Jailhouse Makeovers by Douglas Perry
In 1924, two beautiful defendants accused of murder captured the attention of Chicagoans and the sympathy of jurors.