White City was located on the corner of East 63rd Street & South Martin Luther King Drive (or South Parkway at the time).
In 1933 a series of fires destroyed most of the park. Portions remained open until 1950 when the Parkway Gardens Housing project was built on the site.
A 1931 film titled "World City in Its Teens: A Report on Chicago" shows a photo of White City with a compact roller coaster named "Thunderbolt". It hasn't been determined if this is an additional ride or perhaps another name for the Flash.