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1930's Vintage Photo Postcard of Chicago skyline "Business District"

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A very rare photographic postcard from the 1930's showing the business district. Most of the large buildings in the photo are long gone. The two farthest right are from right to left the Carbon and Carbide building and 35 East Wacker Dr. home of Skidmore Owens Architects.

I am listing many vintage Chicago photographs and postcards, they all came directly from the estate of an employee of the Process Photo company, all are uncirculated and were still in a file cabinet since the 1930's when I found them. Please check out my other listings, if you are interested in multiples send me a message and I can give you a break on shipping, if you are in Chicago and would like to pick them up, no problem

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1930's Vintage Photo Postcard of Chicago skyline "Business District"

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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