Port side view of WABASH, a naptha-powered pleasure boat, moored in the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana. Edmonds J. Howard bought the WABASH to entertain shipyard guests.
View from street-level and rooftops of women picketing at the Highland and Jackson Wabash exchanges of Southern Bell Telephone Company. The women and a few men walk in rows on the sidewalk in front of the buildings.
Piers & wharves; Department stores; Banks; Railroad stations; Art Institute of Chicago; Field Museum of Natural History; City & town halls; Post offices; Masonic buildings; Streets; Street railroads; Automobiles; Libraries; Stockyards
Souvenir folder of postcards from Chicago, Illinois. Includes images of the post office and federal building, the municipal pier, Marshall Field's department store and other commercial buildings, the Art Institute, Union Station and other train...