Tag Archives: 1915

Summer Furniture

Let’s forget about the impending snowstorm this weekend and stroll through an aisle in the Summer Furniture Exhibit at Marshall Field & Co. It’s a never-ending row of white and green wicker furniture. I especially like the columns of ladies … Continue reading

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Panama Pacific Exposition: Tower of Jewels

In a post from last July I mentioned the Tower of Jewels, an exhibit at the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. This week I received in the mail three real photo postcards of the Tower of Jewels. The … Continue reading

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Clapsaddle Christmas Packages

Series 1887 by International Art Publishing Company, commonly referred to as IAP or IAPC, shows children with baskets as packages. Clapsaddle is the artist, as many of her series are published by IAP, and I only have 2 of the … Continue reading

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Ring Twice if You’re Lonesome

This is a Charles Twelvetrees postcard, published by Edward Gross Co., that says “Ring Twice if You’re Lonesome.” The girl is holding two wedding rings, and wants to get married- ASAP! I like the big bow in her hair and … Continue reading

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