This postcard shows the Morrison Hotel of Chicago, with a nice "x" marks the spot showing "our room."
The hotel was 46 stories high and stood 506 feet above the sidewalk, and every room had a bath, circulating ice water, and grille-protected servidor until 1965, when it became the largest building ever to have been demolished up to that date.
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