This poster - originally published c.1924 - promoted travel along the North Shore Line railroad, which connected Chicago and Milwaukee. During the 1920s, the Chicago Rapid Transit Company commissioned the city’s finest graphic designers to produce advertising posters that encouraged Chicagoans to use rapid transit for more than commuting to work. This fine example created by Hanson depicts a sophisticated lady riding the parlor car in the latest fashion.
Collections: Chicago Posters, Poster Plus Publications, Posters and Prints, Vintage Poster Reproductions
Type: Posters & Prints