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Answered 2015-07-16 18:05:27

Humbolt Park is on the Near Northwest side of Chicago. It is between Division St. on the South to Armitage Ave. on the North, and between California Ave. on the East, and Kedzie Ave. on the West.

have to correct you on the boundries, it's Augusta to the south and north ave to the north.

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