Vintage paper can whisper in our ear. Giving us a glimpse of a time before now. I want to share some of my collection of vintage post cards here. To see other vintage paper items you can visit my other blog.
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Sunday, August 15, 2010
Denver Colorado Going To St. Mark's Church Early 1900's
Being that it is Sunday I thought I would post a vintage post card of a church. As I went through my many cards I did not see many churches. I must of sold most of them. I think vintage postcards are a great addition to a genealogy project. I love finding post cards from the city and time period my family lived in an area. Today's post card is of St.Mark's Church, Denver Colorado. This post card is from the early 1900's and is unused. It was made in Germany and has the NO.3015 on lower corner. Pictured is this large beautiful church. Going towards the church is a couple with her arm in his. The scene is so quiet and peaceful.
One of my great grandparents married in Denver, Colorado in 1891, which would of been about 20 or so years before this post card was made. I date this post card to around 1910 because of the divided back and the word post card printed at top.
Have a wonderful Sunday and thanks for stopping by.. Grace
I am a mother and a grandmother. I have been married to the sweetest man for over 20 years We love to travel and dreaming of traveling. We like to cook and try new recipes. I have many interests including Genealogy, visiting Cemeteries and going on ghost tours. I love vintage postcards and pictures. We have in the past owned 2 used bookstores and still are always on the hunt for books to buy and sell.