In 1974, I took this shot from the el platform at Lawrence in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood. You can see the Aragon Supermarket in the foreground. Gasoline as the EZ go was selling for 52 cents per gallon on this day. In the background, you can see the Wilton Hotel and a giant sign painted on the side of the building that says, “Over 520,000 Chicagoans are now protected by White Cross, the famous, low-cost hospital and doctor plan.” I’m not familiar with that plan, but enlargement will show that it was run by Banker’s Life and Casualty company, which survives to this day. However, the gas station, the Aragon Super Market, and the Wilton Hotel have all disappeared.  The EZ Go is now a parking lot.