• Bungalow beauty: Northwest Side swath of the humble homes is listed on National Register of Historic Places

    “The ubiquitous Chicago bungalow is snug, sensible, ugly and reassuring,” Tribune architecture critic Paul Gapp wrote in 1980. “It suggests that treasured old middle-class value systems still survive.” In the 39 years since then, appreciation of the humble, one-story bungalow has grown, but so...

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