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Under The Chicago Sun (unofficial Video)

� 7 October, 2004 - A time capsule from the building's erection in 1958 is opened. There were no records kept on its location, so building engineers had to rely on the memory of a long-time employee to find it. The box was designed to last 18,000 years so it had to be drilled open. Inside was a first edition of the Chicago Sun, a 1958 special edition of the newspaper all about the then-new building, an autographed copy of by former publisher Marshall Field III, audio tapes of speeches made at the building's groundbreaking, and microfilm copies of the first Chicago Sun, Chicago Times, and Chicago Sun-Times.