Where can you find the history of Albany Park in Chicago and why was it named Albany Park?
There are many places named "Hyde Park" in the world, but the most famous Hyde Park, and the one you are presumably referring to, is the park called Hyde Park in London, England. There are also neighborhoods in both Chicago and Tampa, Florida named Hyde Park, and a town called Hyde Park in New York State.
Where can you find pictures from the 4400 to 4800 blocks of N Kimball Ave in the Albany Park area other than those at the Chicago Historical Society?
There are a couple of vintage photos of Kimball Avenue in Albany Park [url=http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query]here[/url], at the Library of Congress Chicago Daily News digital collection. All I know, is that on the corner of Kimball and Lawrence was Devin Klein Men's Shop, A cigar Shop, The Ravenswood El The other corner had a Heinemann's Bakery at one time.
You can check the book "Streetwise Chicago" about Clark, Waveland, and Sheffield, but Addison is named after an English physician, Thomas Addison, who noted the disease of the adrenal glands now called Addison's disease. Interesting way streets of Chicago are named after people you don't connect with Chicago. Even more curious is Irving Park Road, named after Washington Irving.