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Drake's Block, cor. Wabash Ave. and Washington St.

Drake's Block, cor. Wabash Ave. and Washington St.

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Photo shows the ruins of the Drake Block in Chicago, which was destroyed by fire in September 1870 (before the Great Chicago Fire of 1871).
Stereo by Copelin & Melander.
No. 177, printed on front. No. 43, written on back.
In series: Stereoscopic Views of Chicago and Vicinity.
Title from item. Date pencilled on back of card.





Copelin & Melander, photographer




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