LaSalle Street

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LaSalle Street in 1916

LaSalle Street is a major north-south street in Chicago named after Sieur de La Salle, an early explorer from Illinois. The section that runs through the Chicago Loop is thought to be Chicago's financial district. The Chicago Board of Trade Building is in the north part of the street.[1] The street is a good spot for movies because of the location of the Trade Building. The street also has many tall buildings.

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