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Christmas In Chicago Over The Years (PHOTOS)

First Posted: 12/25/11 09:27 AM ET   Updated: 12/25/11 11:20 AM ET

in 1951, Chicago not only had a white Christmas, but a full-blown blizzard. Between Dec. 14 and Christmas Eve that year, 33 inches of snow covered the city.

Does that make you feel better about the lack of a white Christmas this holiday?

For a great recap of Chicago Christmases over the years, check out WBBM Radio's "Christmas In Chicago" special here, and check out photos from Christmas over the years below. Happy holidays!

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Chicago's Water Tower and the John Hancock building, left-center, are framed by holiday lights along the Windy City's Magnificent Mile, Nov. 30, 2000. (AP Photo/Bridget Montgomery)
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