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L. Frank Baum’s Home

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Baum home

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Lyman Frank Baum lived at this address in 1899, when he wrote the most famous of his works, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. A Chicago Tribute Marker of Distinction has been posted in the original location, where a multi-unit brick complex now stands.

Lyman Frank Baum lived at this address in 1899, when he wrote the most famous of his works, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. A Chicago Tribute Marker of Distinction has been posted in the original location, where a multi-unit brick complex now stands.

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