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Birdseye View Of "The Penn Zone" NYc

 
 
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If you note on the bottom right corner of the card it reads "Fairchild Aerial Surveys" one of a countless number of firms created by the late Sherman Fairchild. A fascinating biography can be found on Wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherman_Fairchild
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wt1: As always, thanks.
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