Randolph Street

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Randolph Street is a street in Chicago. It runs east-west through the Chicago Loop. It carries traffic west from Michigan Avenue across the Chicago River. The street runs through the whole city. The street is named after Edmund Randolph.[1]

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  1. Donald L. Miller, City of the Century, (Simon and Schuster, New York, 1996) p. 137