1933 1c Restoration of Fort Dearborn

# 728 - 1933 1c Restoration of Fort Dearborn

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U.S. #728
1933 1¢ Restoration of Fort Dearborn

Issue Date:
May 25, 1933
First City: Chicago, IL
Quantity Issued: 348,266,800
 

Century Of Progress Worlds Fair 

The 1933 Worlds Fair opened in Chicago, Illinois, on May 27, 1933.

By the late 1920s, the city of Chicago was looking toward 1933 as its 100th anniversary. A nonprofit corporation, A Century of Progress, was founded in 1928 to plan and host the upcoming Worlds Fair to be held there.

 
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U.S. #728
1933 1¢ Restoration of Fort Dearborn

Issue Date:
May 25, 1933
First City: Chicago, IL
Quantity Issued: 348,266,800
 

Century Of Progress Worlds Fair 

The 1933 Worlds Fair opened in Chicago, Illinois, on May 27, 1933.

By the late 1920s, the city of Chicago was looking toward 1933 as its 100th anniversary. A nonprofit corporation, A Century of Progress, was founded in 1928 to plan and host the upcoming Worlds Fair to be held there.