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Chrysler Motors Building, Chicago World’s FairVintage Postcard via dhmstuff
Not the Chrysler Building, but the Chrysler pavilion at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair.
From the seller:

Offered here is a vintage linen era postcard showing the Chrysler building by night at the Chicago World’s Fair. It is a postally unused card, in good condition, with slight corner and edge wear and a slightly bent upper right hand corner.It is a “C.T. Art-Colortone” postcard made only by Curt Teich & Co., Inc., Chicago. The description on the back reads as follows:CHRYSLER BUILDING BY NIGHTOne of the attractive structures at the Century of Progress. Every detail of the construction of a Chrysler automobile is here demonstrated, as well as the testing of material used and of the completed car.

Chrysler Motors Building, Chicago World’s Fair
Vintage Postcard via dhmstuff

Not the Chrysler Building, but the Chrysler pavilion at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair.

From the seller:

Offered here is a vintage linen era postcard showing the Chrysler building by night at the Chicago World’s Fair. It is a postally unused card, in good condition, with slight corner and edge wear and a slightly bent upper right hand corner.

It is a “C.T. Art-Colortone” postcard made only by Curt Teich & Co., Inc., Chicago. The description on the back reads as follows:

CHRYSLER BUILDING BY NIGHT

One of the attractive structures at the Century of Progress. Every detail of the construction of a Chrysler automobile is here demonstrated, as well as the testing of material used and of the completed car.

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