Volland's Art Lover's Chicago Series
Miles W. Sater

            Miles W. Sater, a Chicago newspaper artist of considerable reputation in his day, was employed by the P. F. Volland Company to create twelve pictures that would be used for a series of post cards called Art Lovers' Chicago. The set was published in 1914.
            Today these cards are fairly rare and sell, on average for $4.00 to $10.00.
            Some research has been done on Miles K. Sater, with little result. If you have any knowledge of the artist, it would be greatly appreciated if you would contact the webmaster via the e-mail address at the bottom of the Lockkeeper.com home page.             Thank you.

Congress Street
After the Opera

The Federal Building
As Seen From State Street

Harper Memorial Library
Chicago University

Lincoln Monument in Lincoln Park

Chicago, 1914.

Miles W. Sater

Goethe Monument in Lincoln Park

The Fountain of the Great Lakes
Grant Park

Michigan Boulevard
Looking North From the Art Institute

La Salle Street
The Financial Center of Chicago

Garfield Park

As Seen From The Harbor

Chicago River

Field Columbian Museum
Jackson Park

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