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1910’s Chicago

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1910 “Masonic Temple, The Highest Building in Chicago” IMG_9012

How the street changed in just a few years…
IMG_9002IMG_9003IMG_9013IMG_9014IMG_9015IMG_9008“Art Institute, Chicago”
Notice the policeman in the lower right corner directing trafficIMG_89751917

IMG_8976IMG_8977IMG_9069This postcard may actually be from the first decade of the 1900’s, as suggested by the men’s boater hats.IMG_9070IMG_9071IMG_9057

“Humboldt Park, Chicago, Ill.”IMG_9058Hermina L. Parker seems to have sent this postcard in the last years of her life. A cemetery in Baldwin County, Alabama–where Montrose is–lists a Hermina L. Parker 1877-1919. IMG_9063IMG_9064IMG_9065IMG_90721919IMG_9073IMG_9075By 1945, one Harry Mangold seems to have been an editor at the Zanesville Times Recorder. 
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