The 1893 World's Columbian Exhibition in Chicago IL USA ... courtesy of J & T Adikes
My guess is that this SPF is what is technically known as an 'advertising specialty' item; that is, something otherwise available for sale, to which has been added the name (etc) of the advertiser, in this case J & T Adikes.
I do not think that they commissioned the work, or that the copies imprinted in this fashion were distributed or available at the fair.
Instead, they would have given it directly to their customers; as it would have fit nicely in a #10 envelope, perhaps customers received one with their monthly statement.
J & T Adikes googled especially well:http://fultonhistory.com/Newspapers...-%200137.pdf
... a lawsuit against the Long Island Rail Road, which had the temerity to want to move its siding, as reported in a 1914 issue of the Daily Long Island Farmer ... (see the 'lead', far below)http://www.arrts-arrchives.com/JAMA...REIGHT2.html
... this labor-of-love LIRR history site includes an 1873 property map of that part of Jamaica - the J&T Adikes property is near the 'O' in 'DIVISION' street - as well as 3x pictures of the J & T Adikes building, one a little sadder than the other ...http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archiv...9C946496D6CF
... a 1915 corporate contribution of U$D 10 towards feeding the starving children of Albania ...https://www.law.cornell.edu/supreme...text/398/144
... and, lastly, a 'serser' (search serendipity) item: "... Miss Adickes had been refused service by Kress because she was a 'Caucasian in the company of Negroes.'"
(This SPF - just like the NYC views, above - is in black, darker brown, and lighter brown. In this case, I suspect some sort of lithography for both browns. Again, I would appreciate clarifications & corrections & better guesses.)https://www.flickr.com/photos/ikeyp...51236114038/
... the SPF, compleat