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Think you have a rare 1943 penny? Wondering how much a 1943 silver wheat penny is worth? Technically, you have a 1943 steel penny. see the current value! Valuable Pennies, Rare Pennies, Valuable Coins, Value Of Pennies, Old Pennies Worth Money, 1943 Penny, Penny 1, Penny Coin, Penny Values

Why Are 1943 Coins Special & What Are They Worth?

Some 1943 coins are worth hundreds, even thousands of dollars? Find out why and see if you have valuable, rare coins from the World War II era.

Love old time Christmas photos Old Time Christmas, Old Fashioned Christmas, Christmas Past, Christmas Lights, Christmas Decorations, Christmas Morning, Xmas, Christmas Chandelier, Christmas Trimmings

Nostalgia: Fun Pics from the 70s, 80s, & 90s

Throwback pics from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. TV Shows, Bands and Movie Fun. New pics submitted and voted on each day. Keep Calm and Chive On.

Looking north from the top of the Water Tower, weeks after the Great Fire, Chicago. You can really see the swath of destruction, plus a few temporary buildings that have sprung up while the city rebuilds. Chicago Fire, Chicago Illinois, Chicago Tours, Us History, American History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Cities, Rome

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A PICTORIAL LOVE LETTER TO THE CITY AND PEOPLE OF CHICAGO

Derailed El train at Hearst Square in Chicago Visit Chicago, Chicago City, Chicago Skyline, Chicago Area, Chicago Illinois, Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago Pictures, Trains, U Bahn

PHOTO – CHICAGO – ELEVATED AT HEARST SQUARE – DERAILMENT NEAR HEARST BUILDING – NOTE SIGN FOR FOREST PARK TRAIN – AERIAL – 1940s

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Chicago in ruins: The unimaginable aftermath of the Great Fire of 1871 300 dead; homeless — and it was blamed on a cow. Chicago City, Chicago Illinois, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Chicago Fire Department, San Francisco Earthquake, Ruined City, The Great Fire, Victorian

Chicago in ruins: The unimaginable aftermath of the Great Fire of 1871

300 dead; 300,000 homeless — and it was blamed on a cow.

Nearly 900 people died when SS Eastland capsized in the Chicago River. Chicago Examiner front page, July Chicago River, Chicago City, Cicero Illinois, Post Mortem, San Francisco Earthquake, Newspaper Headlines, Drame, My Kind Of Town, Natural Disasters

Chicago’s Deadliest Day

On the centennial of the capsizing of SS Eastland, which claimed 844 lives, look back at the deadliest disaster in Chicago history.

Here's wishing a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy new year to Cladrite Radio readers and listeners everywhere! And as a gift from us to you, we're placing Carole Lombard, ca. under the tree. Very Merry Christmas, Christmas Past, Retro Christmas, Vintage Holiday, Christmas Girls, Carole Lombard, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour

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History Discover Rare Weird And Funny Pictures Show Hilarious Side Of Victorian Era Life - Subjects Victorian Life Victorian Photos Antique Photos Vintage Pictures Vintage Photographs Old Pictures Vintage Images Old Photos Funny Pictures Victorian Life, Victorian Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Funny Pictures

Rare Weird And Funny Pictures Show Hilarious Side Of Victorian Era Life

Most of us believe that Victorian era was a grim and serious era, full of hardworking people, so that they didn't even have time to enjoy their lives and having some fun. This collection of hilarious photographs shows the other side of Victorians that probably you haven't seen.

Victorian or Edwardian black and white photo of lady outside her ivy clad terrac. Victorian or Edwardian black and white photo of lady outside her ivy clad terrace house and railing Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Edwardian House, Edwardian Era, Edwardian Fashion, Victorian Era, Victorian Gardens

Victorian or Edwardian black and white photo of lady outside her ivy clad terrace house and railings

Entrance to the Museum of Science and Industry (then called the Field Museum), remnant of the Columbian Exposition, before rehabbing, Chicago. Chicago River, Chicago City, Chicago Area, Chicago Illinois, Chicago Today, Old Images, Old Pictures, Old Photos, World's Columbian Exposition

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Entrance to the Museum of Science and Industry (then called the Field Museum), remnant of the Columbian Exposition, before rehabbing, 1920, Chicago.

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