The description on the front of the card:
Columbus, Ohio’s State Capitol from the Air
Recovered Written Date: April 8, 1945
Era: Linen Era
The description on the back of the card:
Business section and civic center showing U.S. Post Office, Municipal Buildings, A.I.U. Citadel and State Office Building on Marconi Boulevard.
April 8, 1945
View on post card is of ? ? small building in front of A.I.U. Citadel is the City Hall which I visited. There is a ?bby show ???
Scioto River ??? River ??? River ??? River ??? O[lentangy?] River ????
Photo by: Butler Airphotos, Inc.
W.E. Ayres had a variety store at 1049 Livingston Avenue in Columbus, Ohio.
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Rights Info: Public Domain