Vermont is the leading maple syrup-producing state in the country, producing about 41 percent of the United States’ maple syrup. The maple sugaring process has been illustrated on many postcards, most of which are from Vermont. These postcards are mainly … Continue reading
March 8 is International Women’s Day. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women to a celebration for women’s economic, political, and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political … Continue reading
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These are wood block printed postcards published by Tomikichiro Tokuriki (1902-1999). Tokuriki was both a print maker and a teacher. He is known mainly for his non-postcard prints. I have not been able to find much information specifically about these … Continue reading
The Chicago Fair of 1950 was held from June 24 to September 4. It was held on the same lake front site as the Chicago Railroad Fairs of 1948 and 1949. The official symbol of the Chicago Fair was The … Continue reading
Above are three postcards published by A. M. Davis Co. with the same greeting credited to Henry Van Dyke. Below is a copy of another variation illustrated in the book The Romance of Greeting Cards by Ernest Dudley Chase. This … Continue reading
Over the years, the United States Postal Service has issued postcards advertising their mail services. These are ones promoting holiday mail. There may be more–these are just the ones I have found. Most of them have copyright dates so that … Continue reading
The Thanksgiving holiday was featured on many vintage postcards. Most of the designs included a turkey in some form, either alive or dead. Other motifs included feasts, seasonal produce, people (especially children), Pilgrims, Indians, wishbones, and patriotic symbols. The American … Continue reading