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  • Chicago "EL" Loop Postcard

    “El” Train Downtown Loop Postcard

    One of the “Seven Wonders of Chicago”, the historic “L” rail system has been in operation since 1892 and serves the city and surrounding neighborhoods. The nickname “L” is short for elevated track. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a … Read More

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  • Buckingham Fountain and Skyscrapers Chicago Postcard

    Buckingham Fountain and Skyscrapers Postcard

    The crown jewel of Chicago – Buckingham Fountain is situated at the heart of Grant Park along Chicago’s beautiful lakefront. In operation since its dedication in 1927, the fountain was a gift to the city by the late philanthropist Kate … Read More

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  • Buckingham Fountain and Willis Tower Postcard

    Buckingham Fountain and Willis Tower Postcard

    The crown jewel of Chicago – Buckingham Fountain is situated at the heart of Grant Park along Chicago’s beautiful lakefront. In operation since its dedication in 1927, the fountain was a gift to the city by the late philanthropist Kate … Read More

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  • Chicago at Night Postcard

    Chicago at Night Postcard

    The third-most populous city in the United States, Chicago is aninternational hub for finance, commerce, industry, technology, telecommunications, transportation, tourism, sports, media, architecture, the arts, and world-renowned landmarks known around the world. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a crisp … Read More

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  • Chicago Buckingham Fountain Panorama Postcard

    Chicago Buckingham Fountain Panorama Postcard

    The crown jewel of Chicago – Buckingham Fountain is situated at the heart of Grant Park along Chicago’s beautiful lakefront. In operation since its dedication in 1927, the fountain was a gift to the city by the late philanthropist Kate … Read More

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  • Chicago Gotham City Panorama Postcard

    Chicago Gotham City Panorama Postcard

    The 100-story John Hancock Center dominates the north skyline of Chicago and is home to offices, condominiums, and a restaurant on the 95th floor. The John Hancock Observatory offers viewers a spectacular 360-degree view of Chicago and Lake Michigan. Size: … Read More

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  • Chicago River Sailboat Migration Postcard

    Chicago River Sailboat Migration Postcard

    Each year, in the spring and fall, a total of 27 historical bridges along the Main and South Branches of the Chicago River are raised sequentially on a twice weekly schedule to allow for recreational boat traffic to make the … Read More

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  • Chicago Theatre Marquee Sign Postcard

    Chicago Theater Marquee Postcard

    Built in 1921, the Chicago Theatre is a performing arts venue for stage plays, magic shows, comedy, speeches, and popular music concerts. The distinctive marquee serves as the unofficial emblem of the City of Chicago. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock … Read More

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  • Cloud Gate Bean in Millennium Park Chicago Postcard

    Cloud Gate Bean in Millennium Park Postcard

    One of Chicago’s newest landmarks, Cloud Gate (aka “The Bean”), is a popular tourist destination located in Millennium Park. Designed by artist Anish Kapoor, the sculpture is made up of stainless steel plates that are welded together and highly polished, … Read More

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  • Downtown Wheaton Front Street Postcard

    Downtown Wheaton Front Street Postcard

    Front Street in downtown Wheaton, Illinois features storefronts with diverse and rich architecture. Each summer, the street is host to the weekly Vintage Rides – a popular antique car show that brings the community together. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Premium textured … Read More

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  • DuPage County Courthouse Clouds Postcard

    DuPage County Courthouse Clouds Postcard

    On the National Register of Historic Places, the Romanesque-style courthouse was constructed in 1896 and in operation until 1990. Located in Wheaton, Illinois, the historic building has been retrofitted to house luxury condominiums. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Premium textured card stock … Read More

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  • Gotham City Chicago Skyline Postcard

    Gotham City Chicago Skyline Postcard

    The 100-story John Hancock Center dominates the north skyline of Chicago and is home to offices, condominiums, and a restaurant on the 95th floor. The John Hancock Observatory offers viewers a spectacular 360-degree view of Chicago and Lake Michigan. Size: … Read More

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  • LaSalle Street Canyon Chicago Postcard

    LaSalle Boulevard Postcard

    Nicknamed “The Canyon” due to the tall, steep buildings along the narrow street, this portion of LaSalle Street is considered Chicago’s financial district with the art-deco Chicago Board of Trade Building located at the end. The street has been the … Read More

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  • Little Popcorn Store Postcard

    Little Popcorn Store Postcard

    A cherished landmark in the heart of downtown Wheaton, Illinois, The Little Popcorn Store sells penny candy and popcorn while remaining one of the narrowest stores in the Chicagoland area measuring 49 inches wide by 60 feet long. Size: 4″x6″ … Read More

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  • Naperville Covered Bridge Postcard

    Naperville Covered Bridge Postcard

    Created in 1981 to commemorative the 150th anniversary of Naperville, IL – the beautiful Riverwalk features over 1.5 miles of brick walking paths along the DuPage River and includes covered bridges, fountains, and outdoor sculptures. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Premium textured … Read More

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  • Naperville Millennium Carillon Postcard

    Naperville Millennium Carillon Postcard

    The fourth largest carillon in North America, the Millennium Carillon in Naperville, IL features 72 bells spanning six octaves which were cast in the Netherlands. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Premium textured card stock Finish: Non-glossy Postage: Postcard stamp — © Christopher … Read More

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  • Chicago "Sue" Tyrannosaurus Rex Postcard

    Chicago “Sue” Tyrannosaurus Rex Postcard

    The largest, most extensive, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever found, “Sue” was discovered in 1990 by paleontologist Sue Hendrickson in South Dakota. Since 2000, “Sue” has been a permanent feature at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, … Read More

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  • Chicago Board of Trade Postcard

    Chicago Board of Trade Postcard

    The Chicago Board of Trade Building stands at the foot of the LaSalle Street “Canyon”, a nickname given to the tall, steep buildings along the narrow street in the heart of Chicago’s financial district. Built in 1930, the art-deco building … Read More

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  • Chicago Gold Coast Skyline Postcard

    Chicago Gold Coast Skyline Postcard

    In 1882, millionaire Potter Palmer moved from the city’s south side and built a forty-two room mansion. Other wealthy Chicagoans soon followed, and the neighborhood became one of the richest in Chicago. Today, the area is a mixture of mansions, … Read More

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  • Chicago Harbor Lighthouse Postcard

    Chicago Harbor Lighthouse Postcard

    Originally constructed for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition and featured as an “engineering marvel”, the lighthouse began operation at its present location in 1919. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Cardstock — 19-01-17 | © Christopher Arndt Images. Artwork used is a derivative based … Read More

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  • Chicago Lake Shore Drive Postcard

    Chicago Lake Shore Drive Postcard

    Originally intended for leisurely strolls for the wealthy in their carriages along the shores of Lake Michigan, the drive took on a different role as the age of the automobile dawned. Today, Lake Shore Drive is a 15-mile urban expressway … Read More

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  • Chicago Metra Train Postcard

    Chicago Metra Train Postcard

    Metra is a commuter railroad serving the greater Chicagoland area. Operating on 11 different rail lines with more than 200 stations, it is the fourth busiest commuter rail system in the United States by ridership. Metra trains originate from one … Read More

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  • Chicago Navy Pier Tour Boats Postcard

    Chicago Navy Pier Tour Boats Postcard

    When built in 1916, Navy Pier was the largest pier in the world and used as a cargo facility for Lake Michigan freighters. Today, Navy Pier is an entertainment and amusement park – Chicago’s #1 tourist destination. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: … Read More

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  • Cloud Gate Bean Michigan Ave Chicago Postcard

    Cloud Gate Bean Michigan Avenue Postcard

    One of Chicago’s newest landmarks, Cloud Gate (aka “The Bean”), is a popular tourist destination located in Millennium Park. Designed by artist Anish Kapoor, the sculpture is made up of stainless steel plates that are welded together and highly polished, … Read More

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  • Grosse Point Lighthouse Postcard

    Grosse Point Lighthouse Postcard

    The historic lighthouse in Evanston, IL USA was constructed in 1873 after several maritime disasters occurred on the hazardous shoals along the shores of Lake Michigan. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Cardstock — 19-01-07 | © Christopher Arndt Images. Artwork used is a … Read More

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  • Naperville Dandelion Fountain Postcard

    Naperville Dandelion Fountain Postcard

    The icon Dandelion Fountain delights walkers along Naperville, IL’s Riverwalk – which features over 1.5 miles of brick walking paths along the DuPage River and includes covered bridges, fountains, and outdoor sculptures. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Premium textured card stock Finish: … Read More

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  • Route 66 Ambler's Texaco Postcard

    Route 66 Ambler’s Texaco Postcard

    One of the oldest service stations along Route 66, the gas station in Dwight, IL has been restored to its former 1930s glory. The station’s cottage look was common along the route as oil companies styled their stations to be … Read More

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  • Route 66 Odell Standard Oil Station Postcard

    Route 66 Odell Standard Oil Station Postcard

    During the heyday of travel on historic Route 66, the Standard Oil Station in Odell, IL was a welcomed rest stop. Restored to its former 1930s glory, the station’s cottage look was common along the route as oil companies styled … Read More

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  • Route 66 Soulsby Service Station Postcard

    Route 66 Soulsby Service Station Postcard

    During the heyday of travel on historic Route 66, Soulsby Service Station in Mount Olive, IL was a welcomed rest stop. Restored to its former post-World War II glory, the station’s “house with canopy” style was common along the route … Read More

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  • Route 66 Tall Paul Muffler Man Postcard

    Route 66 Tall Paul Muffler Man Postcard

    Towering over historic Route 66 since 1966, “Tall Paul” in Atlanta, IL is a giant “Muffler Man” – one of many iconic fiberglass sculptures created in the 1960s as advertising icons. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a classic … Read More

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  • Chicago Water Tower Along Michigan Avenue Postcard

    Water Tower on Michigan Avenue Postcard

    The historic Chicago Water Tower is one of the few remaining structures to have survived the great 1871 Chicago Fire. Today, surrounded by modern day skyscrapers, this upscale shopping district is a tourist mecca along North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, … Read More

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  • Wrigley Field Sign Postcard

    Wrigley Field Chicago Cubs Sign Postcard

    This stunning postcard of Chicago’s Wrigley Field Cubs Sign leaps off the page with extraordinary realism and rich, bold colors. Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is the oldest National League ballpark in the United States and home to the Chicago Cubs. … Read More

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  • Art Institute Chicago Postcard

    Art Institute of Chicago Postcard

    The entrance to the Art Institute of Chicago is guarded by two landmark bronze lion statues created by Edward Kemeys. Founded in 1866, the Art Institute is the second largest art museum in the United States with a permanent collection … Read More

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  • Chicago "L" Train S-Curve Postcard

    Chicago “L” Train S-Curve Postcard

    The historic “L” rail system has been in operation since 1892 and servesthe City of Chicago and surrounding neighborhoods through eight rapid transit lines.It is the second-oldest rapid transit system in the United States, third busiest, and fourth longest. The … Read More

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  • Chicago Flag Postcard

    Chicago Flag Postcard

    The stripes in the City of Chicago flag represent geographical features of the city, the stars symbolize historical events, and the points of the stars represent important virtues or concepts. Commissioned in 1917, it is ranked second best American city … Read More

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  • Chicago Gold Coast Postcard

    Chicago Gold Coast Postcard

    In 1882, millionaire Potter Palmer moved from the city’s south side and built a forty-two room mansion. Other wealthy Chicagoans soon followed, and the neighborhood became one of the richest in Chicago. Today, the area is a mixture of mansions, … Read More

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  • Chicago Museum Campus Postcard

    Chicago Museum Campus Postcard

    The 57-acre park alongside the Lake Michigan waterfront includes three of Chicago’s most notable museums — Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, and the Field Museum of Natural History. This scenic area is beautifully landscaped and includes many walking paths providing stunning … Read More

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  • Chicago River Morning Rays

    Chicago River Morning Rays

    Sunrays bursts through landmark buildings along the Chicago River. With the Marina Towers in the foreground, the unusual rocket-shaped Mather Tower rises 21-stories behind the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront hotel whose penthouse was used as Bruce Wayne’s apartment in The … Read More

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  • Chicago Skyline Shadows Postcard

    Chicago Skyline Shadows Postcard

    The third-most populous city in the United States, Chicago is aninternational hub for finance, commerce, industry, technology, telecommunications, transportation, tourism, sports, media, architecture, the arts, and world-renowned landmarks known around the world. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a crisp … Read More

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  • Chicago Soldier Field Aerial Postcard

    Chicago Soldier Field Aerial Postcard

    The 57-acre park alongside the Lake Michigan waterfront includes three of Chicago’s most notable museums — Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, and the Field Museum of Natural History, plus Soldier Field — home to the Chicago Bears NFL football team. Size: … Read More

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  • Chicago Wendella Boat Tours Postcard

    Chicago Wendella Boat Tours Postcard

    Providing breathtaking sightseeing tours of Chicago since 1935, the Wendella family-owned and operated business is Chicago’s original architecture boat tour. Known for their 90-minute signature Lake & River Tour, the Wendella has provided millions of visitors an opportunity to experience … Read More

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  • Combine Postcard

    Combine Postcard

    Combining four harvesting steps—reaping, threshing, gathering, and winnowing—in a single process, the combine is used to harvest grain crops such as wheat, oats, rye, barley, corn, soybeans, and more. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb card stock Finish: Crisp pebble-like textured finish — 38-03 … Read More

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  • Franklin Street Bridge Chicago Postcard

    Franklin Street “Batman” Bridge Postcard

    Built in October 1920, the Franklin Street Bridge spans the Chicago River connecting Chicago’s near north with “The Loop”. A trunnion bascule bridge, it was featured prominently in the Batman Begins film. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a crisp … Read More

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  • Lincoln Park Lagoon Chicago Postcard

    Lincoln Park Lagoon Postcard

    Protecting over 1,200 acres of some of Chicago’s most valuable lakefront real estate for the public’s use and benefit, Lincoln Park is recognized for its world class amenities, historic landmarks and buildings, and for the wide range of activities available … Read More

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  • Route 66 Brick Road Postcard

    Route 66 Brick Road Postcard

    Originally built as IL Route 4, this section north of Auburn, IL served as Route 66’s original roadbed from 1926-1930. After realignment, a beautiful 1.4 mile section of road was surfaced in brick, each laid by hand and completed in … Read More

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  • Wrigley Building at Night Chicago Postcard

    Wrigley Building Postcard

    Chicago’s first air-conditioned office building, the Wrigley Building was the headquarters for the Wrigley Chewing Gum Company. With French Renaissance details, the building is clad in glazed terra-cotta which provides a gleaming white facade. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with … Read More

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  • Wrigley Field and Chicago Skyline Postcard

    Wrigley Field and Chicago Skyline Postcard

    Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is the oldest National League ballpark in the United States and home to the beloved Chicago Cubs. Located north of downtown Chicago, it is the 10th-smallest actively used ballpark and accurately nicknamed “The Friendly Confines”. … Read More

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  • Chicago Greystone Postcard

    Chicago Greystone Postcard

    Built between the 1890s and 1930s, Greystones are a style of residential buildings most commonly found in Chicago. There are an estimated 30,000 greystones still remaining in the city, typically grey in color and often built with Bedford Limestone quarried … Read More

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  • Chicago Michigan Avenue Bridgehouse Postcard

    Chicago Michigan Avenue Bridgehouse Postcard

    The trunnion bascule-style bridge over the Chicago River links traffic along Michigan Avenue’s grand boulevard. Opened in 1920, the double-leaf, double-deck, fixed counterweight bridge features four bridge bridgehouses which feature sculptures depicting scenes from Chicago’s history. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb … Read More

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  • Chicago Neighborhood Map Postcard

    Chicago Neighborhood Map Postcard

    With more than 200 neighborhoods, Chicago, IL has grown into the third-most populous city in the United States and is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, technology, telecommunications, transportation, tourism, sports, media, architecture, the arts, and world-renowned landmarks known … Read More

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  • Historic Chicago "L" Map Postcard

    Historic Chicago “L” Map Postcard

    The historic “L” rail system has been in operation since 1892 and servesthe City of Chicago and surrounding neighborhoods through eight rapid transit lines. It is the second-oldest rapid transit system in the United States, third busiest, and fourth longest. … Read More

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  • Navy Pier Ferris Wheel Chicago Postcard

    Navy Pier Ferris Wheel Postcard

    Built in 1916, Navy Pier was the largest pier in the world and used as a cargo facility for Lake Michigan freighters. Today, Navy Pier is an entertainment and amusement park—Chicago’s #1 tourist destination. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with … Read More

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  • Snowy Chicago Theatre Postcard

    Snowy Chicago Theatre Postcard

    Built in 1921, the Chicago Theatre is a performing arts venue for stage plays, magic shows, comedy, speeches, and popular music concerts. The distinctive marquee serves as the unofficial emblem of the City of Chicago. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock … Read More

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  • Marshall Field State Street Clock Chicago Postcard

    State Street Marshall Field’s Clock Postcard

    The northwest and southwest corners of the former Marshall Field & Co. flagship building along State Street in Chicago are each adorned with an enormous iconic clock. Marshall Field envisioned the clocks as a beacon for his store — which … Read More

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  • Chicago "EL" Snowstorm Postcard

    Chicago “EL” Snowstorm Postcard

    The historic “L” rail system has been in operation since 1892 and servesthe City of Chicago and surrounding neighborhoods through eight rapid transit lines. It is the second-oldest rapid transit system in the United States, third busiest, and fourth longest. … Read More

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  • Chicago Holy Name Cathedral Organ Postcard

    Chicago Holy Name Cathedral Organ Postcard

    The West Gallery of Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, IL features the magnificent Flentrop Organ. Entirely handmade at the workshops of Flentrop Orgelbouw in Zaandam, Holland, the instrument was installed in 1989 and comprises 71 stops, 117 ranks, 5,558 pipes, … Read More

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  • Chicago Holy Name Cathedral Postcard

    Chicago Holy Name Cathedral Postcard

    Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, IL is the seat of the Archdiocese of Chicago, one of the largest Roman Catholic dioceses in the United States. Built in the Gothic revival architectural style, the cathedral can seat 1,110 people and features … Read More

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  • Chicago Picasso Postcard

    Chicago Picasso Postcard

    The public art sculpture by Pablo Picasso in Daley Plaza is the first major public artwork in Downtown Chicago that didn’t feature sculptured artwork of historical figures. A gift to the people of Chicago, Picasso never explained what the sculpture … Read More

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  • Chicago Robie House Postcard

    Chicago Robie House Postcard

    Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Robie House is a masterpiece of the Prairie School architecture style. Located in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, IL, the house is a National Historic Landmark and is open to tours while … Read More

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  • Greetings from Route 66 Illinois Map Postcard

    Greetings from Route 66 Illinois Map Postcard

    Once the shortest all-weather route between Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA­ – historic Route 66 travels through 8 states. In Illinois, the nearly 300-mile route cuts diagonally across the state between Chicago and St. Louis, with many small towns and flat prairie … Read More

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  • University of Chicago Harper Library Postcard

    University of Chicago Harper Library Postcard

    The University of Chicago library system includes six libraries containing over 11 million volumes, the 9th largest library system in the United States. Named after the first president of the University, the Harper Memorial Library no longer contains any volumes. … Read More

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  • Bahá'í House of Worship Postcard

    Bahá’í House of Worship Postcard

    The oldest surviving Bahá’í House of Worship in the world, the towering building in Wilmette, IL is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The exceptionally white surface was achieved by combining crushed quartz with Portland cement. Size: 4″x6″ … Read More

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  • Green Chicago River Postcard

    Green Chicago River Postcard

    Each St. Patrick’s Day the Chicago River is dyed green. The tradition started by accident when plumbers used green dye to trace sources of illegal pollution dumping. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a classic look and easy writing surface … Read More

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  • Rockefeller Chapel Sunset Chicago Postcard

    Rockefeller Chapel Sunset Chicago Postcard

    Modeled after the cathedrals and historic college chapels of the British Isles, Rockefeller Chapel is built entirely of stone and serves as the ceremonial and spiritual center of the University of Chicago. Completed in 1928, the chapel was the final … Read More

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  • Greetings from Illinois Postcard

    Greetings from Illinois Postcard

    Large letter “Greetings From” Illinois postcard featuring facts & trivia and the date of statehood in a cool retro design. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Cardstock — 20-121 | © Christopher Arndt Images.

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  • Places of Chicago Chalkboard Postcard

    Places of Chicago Chalkboard Postcard

    This creative layout using font typography includes Chicago’s famous buildings, streets, parks, entertainment venues, notable people, transportation, and museums. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a crisp pebble texture — #147 | Original design by Christopher Arndt

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