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This postcard from the 1940s is a scene of Juarez, Mexico. The Text reads, "Bird's-eye view of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico". The other side reads, "Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, is the largest and most important city on the border with a population of 30,000. In the foreground is the Rio Grande spanned by one of the International Bridges". Postcard made by Beals out of Iowa.

Uploaded on 12.19.2018 by El Paso Museum of History

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1940 - 1949), Art

  • Juarez
  • Mexico
  • city
  • view
  • Mexico
  • city
  • view

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