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Thursday, January 2, 2014

Vintage Post Card Long Prairie Minnesota High School Genealogy Addition

Did your family grow up in the Long Prairie Minnesota area? Maybe they went to school at this high school
This real photo postcard is from the early 1900's. 
A great addition to your family tree.

I am listing it for sale on my eBay site. 
Take a peek to see what I am offering there in vintage paper items. 

Thanks for stopping by Grace



Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Vintage Postcards Can Be A Bonus For Genealogy Research St Cloud Minnesota

A vintage post card can be an added bonus to your family research story.
This post card is of  Lake George St. Cloud Minnesota.
It is from the early 1900's and would be an aid to see what the town would of looked like if your family
lived there during that period.

This post card is offered on my eBay site at this time.

Thanks for stopping by Grace

Monday, November 26, 2012

Vintage Postcard Open Pit Mine Virginia Minnesota

Today's vintage postcard sharing is of a Mesabi Mountain Open Pit Mine, near Virginia Minnesota in the Minnesota Arrowhead Country.
This is a Genuine Curteich Chicago Colortone Postcard number 134D.
Marked on the edge St. Marie's Gopher News Co, Minneapolis Minnesota.
Pictured is a train traveling by the mines. I love postcards that picture trains.

Friday, November 16, 2012

FRIENDSHIP FRIDAY SHARING MY VINTAGE THANKSGIVING POSTCARDS

Friendship Friday is here again and today I am sharing some of my vintage Thanksgiving postcards. They are all from the early 1900s and picture fat Turkeys and have a feeling of quiet times with family. Today it seems Thanksgiving is all about football and hurry off to shop at the stores.
I think I would rather sit back and have a nice dinner and visit with my family. I can shop another day.
Enjoy a peek into the past with my vintage postcards. They are up for sale on eBay along with a few others.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

THURSDAY POSTCARD TRAVELS Piccadilly Circle London England

Today for Thursday Postcard Travels I am sharing another vintage postcard of London England. This one is of Piccadilly Circus which is a busy center of traffic at the intersection of Regent street, whence the wide Shaftesbury Avenue leads to the northeast.


The triangle in the center of the circus is occupied by a memorial fountain to Lord Shaftesbury, which was unveiled in 1893. It is adorned with eight plaques of scenes from the philanthropists life.

Thanks for visiting Thursdays Postcard Travels. Grace

Saturday, October 27, 2012

SEPIA SATURDAY #149 10/27/12 Vintage 1900s Postcard Apostle Island Lake Superior

Saturday and time for Sepia Saturday. I am sharing this great vintage postcard of Drill Point Apostle Island on Lake Superior. Apostle Island is in Wisconsin. This postcard is from the early 1900s.






Sender has written on the back in pencil and is for Mrs Alva Todd. There is no stamp on postcard. Fun to peak into others past with these old post cards but they can be hard to read at times.
Check out what others are sharing at Sepia Saturday of UK.
The post card must of been delivered since there is no address or post mark. By reading card I can tell you that Mrs Alva Todd is also known as coz Carrie.
The writer tells us that she has not written lately since she has been reading novels all her time and feels naughty but is nice to do.
Hard to make out but looks like some ones grand dad cut his suspenders and went straight up. Not sure what that means. She asks about the children and Carries old man.
To bad that we do not know who these people are and that is was separated from their family treasures.
Clues are the name Alva Todd and first name Carrie. With a little work on ancestry may be able to find a relative.

Hope that you are enjoying this vintage treasure I am sharing today.This link will take you to Wisconsin Historical information on Apsotle Island.  Grace

Thursday, October 25, 2012

THURSDAY POSTCARD TRAVELS London Buckingham Palace 1900s

Vintage postcards are a wonderful way to travel the world and never leave home. Today we are visiting Buckingham Palace in the early 1900s.
Printed by Samuels Ltd Strand, Recent Street Picadily London
Postcard is unused, look closely to see people walking the sidewalk and one small car. I only men pictured in this view.