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March 27, 2016

Easter Postcards New York Early 1900s

Recently I rescued 28 vintage orphaned postcards from antique shops. They range in date from 1900 to 1918. 27 are from United States and 1 is from Ontario Canada. 

I have scanned and added 6 of these postcards to Lost Faces and will be adding the rest of these wonderful cards over the next month. I hope descendants will see these postcards and recognize an ancestor.  

 Perhaps you will find an ancestor or two!

  • An Easter Postcard to Mrs. Elmer Pick/Peck, Ellicott Ave, Batavia New York, from Mr & Mrs.E. H. Van Alstine

  • An Easter Card to Mrs. Geo (George) F. Kuhn, 16 Grey St., Buffalo New York. from Niagara Falls, March 4, 1909 to Dear Friend from George


Barbara Fisher said...

What beautiful cards, thank you for sharing them.

ScotSue said...

Vintage postcards are so attractive and in many ways poignant of past times. You were so lucky to come across these.

Colleen G. Brown Pasquale said...

I hope those adorable cards find their way to family.

Crissouli said...

Mention postcards and you have my attention.. these are beautiful.
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