Garfield Blvd.

City: Chicago
President: James A. Garfield (Republican, March 4, 1881 – September 19, 1881)

Sadly, our 20th President survived a mere 200 days in office before he was assassinated in 1881. His presidency was the second shortest in history, behind only…*drumroll*…William Henry Harrison. Coincidentally, this Chicago block which features his name was the runner-up for the Most Dangerous Neighborhood, with 275 estimated violent crimes for the year. When you have a 1 in 4 chance in becoming a victim, it's probably best to just stay away. No matter how you spin it, the odds are not in your favor.