This is a vintage postcard showing the Orphans’ Home in Warren, Ohio. The postmark is 1911. The card is addressed to Business College in East Liverpool, Ohio.
The postcard is in good condition. There is some wear to the edges and corners. There are ink marks at the top of the front side of the postcard. It looks as if it had been postmark... Click for details
This is a vintage postcard from 1914. It shows a beautiful picture in a sepia color that I am guessing is in a cathedral. Along the edge of the postcard it reads, "Venezia – R. Accademia – L’Assunia – Tiziano Vecellio di Pieve di Cadore – C. Naya Editore – Venezla."
The card is in good condition with some minor wear to the edges and corners. There are also smudges from other printed matter probably stored with the postcard over the years. The bottom edge of the postcard has a small tear – a hole that looks like a thumbtack was once used.
This item is a vintage postcard with the artwork done by Fred L. Cavally (1878-1962). According to a note included with the card, Mr. Cavally worked for Thayer Company. The artwork shows Mr. Cavally’s trademark initials (F.L.C.) in the lower left corner.
The card shows a man – obviously having had too much to drink – trying his best to ke... Click for details
This is a very nice signed postcard by Bernhardt Wall (1872-1956). The postcard was printed by the Gibson Art Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
A picture is worth a thousand words! The young girl has the dreamy eyes of a girl in love. The young man looks down at her wearily – knowing his fate is sealed. The caption under the picture simply sta... Click for details