This vintage postcard is a photograph of a young man sitting in front of a piano. From the surroundings in the photo, I am guessing the date to be in the 1920’s or 1930’s. The picture is light, but in good condition.
The postcard is in good condition with some minor wear to the corners. The back side has not been used, but has darkened du... Click for details
This vintage postcard shows a view of the Lake at Overton Park. The Pavilion is in the distance. Overton Park is in Memphis, Tennessee. The postcard is postmarked Memphis, Tennessee with a date of August 7, 1938.
This is a humorous postcard that shows a guy who stayed in Las Vegas just a little too long! His clothes are tattered and his shoes are worn out – but he is moving in the direction of Home and says, "I’ll be home soon!"
This is typical of postcards people used to send to let others know they would be returning from vacation soon.... Click for details
This is a humorous postcard that shows Clem and his lovely broken down in their car. Ellie May, of course, thinks Clem is using the old "out of gas" trick to be alone with her. The look on the cow’s face says it all!
This vintage postcard shows a view of the Hudson River with the World Trade Center Twin Towers in the background. The photo is by Jim McWilliams. Scenic Designs, Inc. of Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, published the postcard. There is no copyright date, but I am guess that it is from the 1980’s.
This vintage postcard shows a view of a "Jet-Age" theme building at Los Angeles International Airport. There is no date on the postcard, however, from the cars in the photo, I am guessing it is from late 1950’s or 1960’s.
The postcard is in good condition with some minor wear to the corners. The back side of the postcard is unused.... Click for details
This is nice post card featuring Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois
The back of the used card gives details about the Navy Pier with the longest board-walks between the Oceans. The postcard recognizes the World’s Fair that was held in Chicago in 1933-1934 by printing, "Chicago World’s Fair 1933" at the bottom of the card.... Click for details