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.
Juarez bird's-eye view postcard
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