Mailed within Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1910, this postcard provides a view of the “Poultry Building”. Perhaps this was at the State Fair?
This postcard view of Carlton St. in Toronto was mailed to West Haven, Connecticut in 1909.
A divided back postcard showing a warehouse and ships on the Gulf of Mexico at Aransas Pass, Texas.
An advertising postcard from a San Francisco company that sold postage stamps to collectors. This postcard was mailed in 1941, and while I’ve heard that the company advertised in the Boy Scouts of America publication, Boys Life, in the 1930s, they don’t seem to have been in business after the ’40s.
Yet another risque linen card from those zany folk at Johnson News Agency.
Another comic postcard with a western theme from Johnson News Agency in Big Spring, Texas.
This comic linen postcard was published by Johnson News Agency in Big Spring, Texas.
This real photo postcard was mailed from Oakland, Iowa to Silver City in 1913. Obviously written at a later date (in ball point pen), the two women are identified on the back as Doll and Ann Davis “on South Park Street”.
The open air theatre in House of David Park, Benton Harbor, Michigan.
Table Rock at New York’s Lake Minnewaska.