National Geographic : 1921 May
What Chicago Means To The.World C HICAGO is the storehouse of the nation. It supplies the world with much of its food, clothing, and machinery. In its contribu tion of essential commodities alone-Chicago, apart from its other contributions, would stand as one of the world's most necessary cities. Chicago, in fact, does not belong to itself, but to people and nations distributed over the face of the globe. Its services are universal, its wealth and commodities are transported to the four corners of the earth. The Continental and Commercial Banks are called upon to contribute banking service in keeping with the importance of Chicago's enterprise. They are qualified in resources, facilities and experience to help the city serve the world. The CONTINENTAL and COMMERCIAL BANKS CHICAGO Over $55,000,000 Invested Capital lLI Il lllllllllllllltllllllllIllilllIIIlllllllllillllil l llull11111111111111111l1111111l111111111111 111111 11111111111111iii 1ii111 i11il1 "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"