Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

Chicago question

Quick question for anyone who knows the history of Chicago - need the name of a reasonably well-to-do district at the end of the 19th century. My first thought was Grosse Point, as in Grosse Point Blank, since I somehow got the idea it was an upper-class suburb, but on reviewing it I'm not sure that's correct. Anyone got any suggestions? Want somewhere where a slightly crackpot religion appealing to the well-to-do might be based.

Later edit: Someone has very quickly pointed out that Grosse Point is Detroit, not Chicago. Shows how well I remember films! This pretty well has to be a BIG city e.g. Chicago, possibly New York or Boston, I think Detroit is too small in 1895.

Thanks, any alternate suggestions will be appreciated.

  • Not good news....

    My youngest niece, her husband and their two kids have all got covid, probably brought home from school by the kids. Apparently it isn't particularly…

  • Another day, another horror bundle...

    This time it's for Shotguns & Sorcery, a game I hadn't encountered before - they're launching this offer today to coincide with a kickstarter as…

  • Weird lunchtime incident

    I had a late lunch in a pancake place today - I was hungry and most of their meals are cheap on Mondays, so I thought why not. When it was time to…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened