A proud possession is my father's birth certificate (1891) from Maxwell Street, Chicago's version of the Lower East Side. Jewish at first, it was mostly black by the time I started visiting in the early 1960s. There were clothing stores, bars, hot dog stands, a vast outdoor market, and lots of street music by some great artists. All gone now of course.
One of the girls in this clip is pretty hot so don't watch while operating a motor vehicle, not even a lawnmower.