Tag Archives: 1921
Halloween is only 15 short days away! What better way to start counting down than by looking at Halloween postcards. This unsigned Ellen Clapsaddle Halloween card was mailed October 25, 1921 from Millbury, Massachusetts to Block Island, Rhode Island. It’s … 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.
This card was briefly showcased after my trip to the Allentown Paper Show in July, but here it is again! This Halloween card was published by Wolf, and I am 98% sure it is an unsigned Clapsaddle. It was mailed … Continue reading
The Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virginia had its cornerstone laid on April 14, 1899, which was a “piece of the old Mary Washington monument.” The History of the City of Fredericksburg, Virginia was written by Silvanus Jackson Quinn in … Continue reading
It seems unimaginable today to address your mail without a house number and street name, but it was all the rage back in the early 1900s. The postmark on the above postcard says “Address your mail to street and number.” … Continue reading