Tag Archives: 1913
Dwig’s “Everytime” series was published by Raphael Tuck & Sons as a set of 12 cards. In every card, there is a man who sees a woman’s image wherever he is, whether it’s in a tree, wave, cloud, or in … Continue reading
In honor of the Chris Christie bridge scandal, here is a postcard of the Washington Street Bridge in Chicago. It was mailed August 22, 1914 with the message “Still alive.” This bridge is featured on the website historicbridges.orgk, which says … Continue reading
Today is my birthday, so here is a card from Tuck’s “Birthday Children” series. It was mailed on June 19, 1913. “”I take my pen in hand,” (That’ss what the grown folks say) To wish that all good things may … Continue reading
Mailed on December 28, 1909 to welcome in 1910. Whitney New Year Greetings, mailed December 30, 1921. Clapsaddle Native American baby, part of a New Year series. Mailed December 22, 1913.
The above Winsch Santa was published and mailed in 1913. It was postmarked in Jamestown, NY on December 26th. “Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year from your Sunday School teacher Margaret Hazeltine.” The detail on Winsch Santa cards is … Continue reading