Above: a circa 1939 aerial view of the Englewood High School campus, and a recent google satellite image of the same area.
The peaked-roof building in the center-right foreground with the pointed tower is visible in both photos. Since 1956, this structure has been the home of the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church.
Regrettably, only a few other structures besides the church now remain. The yellow-highlighted highway (bottom photo, top) is U.S. Interstate 90/94, also known as the Dan Ryan Expressway. Completed in the mid-1960s, the road uprooted buildings and thousands of families in its wide, north-south path.
The “L” train or--as it was known in 1945-46--South Side Elevated rapid transit system that carried Dot & co. north to the Loop ran over the trestle bridge at the top right of the old photo. The same bridge is visible in the modern-day photo at top-center, parallel to I-90/94, but over the years it has shed its former gridwork. The CTA presently refers to this L route as the Green Line.
Crossing diagonally and adjacent to the school property was the Pennsylvania railroad, which later became Conrail and, today, the Norfolk Southern.