This community area includes all or part of the following neighborhoods: Wrigleyville West, Lakeview South, East Ravenswood, North Halsted, Lakeview, Lake View East, Graceland, West Boystown
Clark, Emily and Patrick Ashley. "The Merchant Prince of Cornville."
Chicago History Vol. 21, No. 3 (1992): 4-26.
Call # Local History Ref F548.1.C465 (2nd floor open shelf).
Clark, Stephen B. The Lake View Saga.
Chicago: Lake View Trust and Savings Bank, 1974, 2nd printing, 1985.
Call # folio F548.68.L35.
Annual Reports of Town Officers of the Town of Lake View.
Chicago: Franz Gindele Printing, 1885-86.
Available digitally through UIUC/Open Content Alliance.
Runion, James B. Out of Town : Being a Descriptive, Historical and Statistical Account of the Suburban Towns and Residences of Chicago.
Chicago: Western News Company, 1869.
Call # Graff 3604.
Real estate booster book contains a chapter on Lake View/Ravenswood.
Seligman, Amanda. “Lake View” in The Electronic Encyclopedia of Chicago.
Spirou, Costas. It’s Hardly Sportin’: Stadiums, Neighborhoods and the New Chicago.
Dekalb, Il: Northern Illinois University Press, 2003.
Call No. GV415. S65 2003.
Ravenswood and Lake View. An on-line exhibit from the Chicago Public Library.
Zatterberg, Helen. An Historical Sketch of Ravenswood and Lake View.
Chicago: Ravenswood-Lake View Historical Association, 1941.
Call # F8962.997.
Images of the people and places in this neighborhood from the CARLI digital collections.