While Curt Teich was the biggest producer of large-letter “Greetings from” postcards, other companies jumped on the new genre as well. This Greetings from Georgia card was produced by E.C. Kropp.
Here’s a classic large letter postcard from Curt Teich, the publisher most closely associated with this style of card.
This brightly colored large letter postcard from Fargo, North Dakota is a good one!
This Tucson, Arizona large letter postcard is a beauty, served up with bright colors and a side of southwestern flavor.
This large letter “Greetings from New Hampshire” postcard was published by Curt Teich.
A large letter postcard from Dallas, Texas. Other cities typically went with “Greetings from”, but Dallas…
A classic “Greetings From” postcard published by Curt Teich, this one celebrating Owensboro, Kentucky. Nascar fans will recognize Owensboro as the home of 3-time Winston Cup series champion Darrell Waltrip.
Greetings from Minnesota, Land of 10,000 Lakes. The large letter postcard was mailed from Saint Paul in 1943.
Good ol’ Highway 70, “The Gateway to Roswell”. Heh, I sort of made that up.
Greetings from the Indian Country of the Great Southwest. On the back:
THE GREAT SOUTHWEST
The last stand of the American Indian
Populous tribes of either peaceful or warlike original inhabitants of the Southwest who once roamed this vast desert and mountainous area, are now conquered and confined to reservations.
The state checked contains the following tribes:
ARIZONA: Navajo, Hopi, Havasupi, Hualapai, Mohave, Tonto, Yuma, Apache, Pima, Papago.
NEW MEXICO: Navajo, Zuni, Acoma, Laguna, Isleta, Sandia, Santa Ana, Zia, Jemez, San Felipe, San Domingo, Cochiti, Tesuque, Santa Clara, San Juan, Taos and Apache.