Tag Archives: Charles Twelvetrees
This month marks my 8 year anniversary of postcard collecting. My grandmom passed away in May 2008, and we went through her house and cleaned it out in September 2008, which is when I found the box that would FOREVER … Continue reading
I posted couple years ago about my Twelvetrees Yale cupid and the fact that this series is on the rarer side. Well, I had never even seen the Cornell card before, so when it popped up on eBay as buy it now, … Continue reading
I have shown this card before, but now I am posting it in relation to myself! I got back from the shore last Sunday and went down again from Thursday the 16th until yesterday. Today it was back to work, … Continue reading
For Christmas, my mom tried to surprise me with the only missing card to my Charles Twelvetrees National Cupid collection- Ireland. The reason I say “tried” is because I got an email from eBay when the card was listed, saw … Continue reading
This Yale football cupid is signed by Charles Twelvetrees, and was published by Ullman in 1909. It is a scarcer Twelvetrees card, and there is a Harvard card like this that is part of the same series. I have … Continue reading
I am down to only needing one more National Cupid after getting Holland for my birthday back in July. This guy was mailed to Louis Lazarus in Cincinnati from his mom in New York City in 1907. On the front … Continue reading
It’s only a week until Christmas! I better start posting some Christmas cards soon before it’s over! Above is a Charles Twelvetrees Christmas card with a boy holding a big bell. I love his little snow outfit. This is the … Continue reading
Happy Friday! The best workday of the week! Here’s a Charles Twelvetrees day of the week card, mailed May 27, 1907.
I was on hiatus last week- before I knew it the week was over and I hadn’t done any posts! It was a busy week with a wedding over the weekend, so now I will get back on track! Great … Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! To celebrate, here is a postcard from Charles Twelvetrees’ wedding series. This is “The Mother in Law”- but a very nice one. It was mailed in November 1916.