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"Chicago Welcomes You" authored by Alfred Granger.1933 First Edition HC /No DJ Condition: Used. Good.Fading and wear to boards and edges.Spine has slightly pulled away from the Hinges.Page 5 has a 1-1/4" tear at the bottom. Still easily readable. Size: 6-3/4"L x 4-5/8"W x 1/2" Thick Published by A. Kroch, Chicago (1933) Blue Cloth Hardcover.258 pages. Original B&W Illustrations by the Renowned Artist Leon R. Pescheret, a British-American designer, watercolorist, etcher, and illustrator.
This book was published in commemoration of a century of the founding of Chicago. The author was a long-time resident of the city and one of its prominent architects and lover of art in all its forms. It gives the historical background, the early experiences of this region, and tells the story of the growth of industry, the increase of population and the development of the culture of Chicago. Illustrations and an index are included. The end papers serve as maps.
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