I like that all three artists have different styles, and show different moods of different cities. While they all use the wood carving medium with its distinctive properties, they each emphasize different qualities of the medium and use it to different effect.
[Pictures: Chicago, woodcut by William Jacobs, 1930 (Image from chicagomodern.org);
Louisburg Square, Beacon Hill, Boston, wood engraving by Thomas Nason, 1930 (Image from William P Carl Fine Prints);
Manhattan, woodcut by Henry Kallem, 1940-45 (Image from William P Carl Fine Prints).]