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The Havoline Thermometer
A Century of Progress
1933 Chicago World Fair
Sinclair Dinosaur Exhibit
The Dinosaur Exhibit built by the Sinclair Refining Company at the 1933
World's Fair in Chicago is the first attempt to recreate out-of-doors a
portion of the Earth's surface as it existed 100 million years ago.  The
huge beast shown on this card is a Brontosaurus. He bulked 40 tons in
life and was 70 feet long.
Lincoln Monument, Lincoln Park, Chicago
The Lincoln Monument is located near the Clark and North Avenues
entrance of Lincoln Park.  It is considered the greatest work of
St. Gaudens and is said to be the best likeness of the
War President in existence.
Unknown man
Photo by St. Rocher
Chicago
Unknown woman
Photo by Leigel Cooper
Chicago
"Mr Simpson" noted on back
Unknown man
Photo by Clement
Chicago
Unknown couple
Photo by Madsen
Chicago
Unknown family
Photo by Burton's Studio
Chicago
Unknown children
Photo by Geo. F. Riel
Chicago
Unknown man
Photo by Mosher
Chicago
August 28, 1895
With Love from Grace
Photo by F. W. Hoffman
Chicago
Photo by S. W. Felt
Chicago
1841 - 69 [on back in pencil]
Photo by E. L. Brands
Chicago
1874-75 [on back in pencil]
Photo by B. A. Green
Chicago, Illinois
Photo by E. L. Brand
Chicago, Ill.
Photo by R. Nias
Chicago
1874-75 [on back in pencil]
Photo by Rider & Heywood
Chicago
Photo by Wm. Meyer
Chicago
Photo by P. F. Bielfeld
Chicago, Ill.
Photo by Wilson
Chicago
Photo by Parlor Photo Co.
Chicago, Ill.
Photo by Robinson & Roe
Chicago
Photo by Hilton
Chicago
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