Who is May Street named after?
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Horatio N. May
May street was named after Elizabeth May Curtiss
Larry is correct, but he should have mentioned that "May" was the daughter of Chicago's 9th Mayor, James Curtiss.
So is the adjacent Elizabeth Street also named after her as well?
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