Before I forget, the top postcard was taken from the top of the John Hancock Center at nighttime, obviously. Sorry it is so dark.
The bottom card is actually a repro of an old Illinois Central railroad poster, and it was used as a "save the date" card for my nephew's wedding several years ago. Great idea for that, don't you think?
I don't have time now to link to the museums we saw in Chicago, but you can google them if you are curious. The Shedd Aquarium was my favorite thing to see there, but I am told by more recent visitors to the "Windy City" that there are multitudes of things to see now that didn't exist when I was there 50+ years ago. Geeze, I cannot believe it has been that long!
I almost forgot, I have a sales receipt from Spauldings Store, 4632 Sheridan Road in Chicago, dated April 2nd, from where I bought two pop-it bead necklaces, as souveniers. Two of them cost $3.06 back then. If you don't know what pop-it beads are, go here:
No, I am not Aunt Judy!