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The Chicago Harbor Lighthouse is an automated active lighthouse, and stands at the south end of the northern breakwater protecting the Chicago Harbor, to the east of Navy Pier and the mouth of the Chicago River. The light was constructed in 1893 for the World’s Columbian Exposition and moved to its present site in 1919. The United States Lighthouse Board prominently displayed “its ‘state of the art’ wares and engineering achievements.” Prominently featured was “the engineering marvel” of Spectacle Reef Light and a 111-foot-tall (34 m) skeletal cast iron lighthouse tower.

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