Two days after Christmas in 1975, I found these three men demolishing a Chicago Uptown tradition, the old Bisset’s Department store that used to be on the southeast corner of Wilson and Broadway. Note the size of the steel wrecking ball behind the man on the left. It was a frigid day with the temperature in the low twenties. They were talking a short break from the cold, bone jarring work. Bissets had been closed for several years when I took this shot. Today, a small check chashing store and strip center have replaced Bissets.