This summer, my mother and I went to an estate sale in Brewster, Kansas, which is a town the size of a speck in Western Kansas. I love estate sales because the point generally is to get rid of everything rather than make a heap of money. Dually, near the corner of the garage the owners had mountains of books — mostly vintage, all for free. I picked out a few, and one of my favorites was Chicago: A Pictoral History by Herman Kogan, published in 1958. The pages are pleasantly thick and yellowed, and the content top-notch (you can’t beat a picture of a bejeweled naked woman on a horse)!
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