Part 3 of my video series for Chicago’s Extinct Businesses Facebook Page. South Suburban Safeway Line Bus photo courtesy of Albert J Reinschmidt. The song is Happy Feet by Quincy Jones. My website is at http://www.chicagosextinctbusinesses.com

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