This original postcard is from the 1933 Century Of Progress (Chicago World's Fair) which was held in Chicago. It is in excellent condition and the front features the "Famous Nash Tower of Value at the World's Fair in Chicago. A building of plate glass with a high glass tower in which Nash Sixes and Eights keep moving up and down, day and night". The reverse side features a postcard format, which is unused and a paragraph that says "Nash cars are built to stay built. That's why Nash owners are such loyal boosters for Nash-and why so many friends of Nash owners today are saying Nash next for me" and measures approx. 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".