Collection at the Mississippi Department of
Archives and History. The Forrest Lamar Cooper Postcard Collection consists of
approximately 4600 color and black-and-white postcards. The majority of cards in
this collection, which spans the years 1892 to 1927, predate World War I and are
concentrated on a theme of Mississippiana, featuring scenes of small towns,
mineral springs, agricultural and forestry activities, and railroads
Postcards From the Open Road Hotels and motels from the 50's and 60's
Have a Seat! Postcards from Restaurants and Diners
Old Postcards from Northern Vermont
Dating Old Postcards The How's and Why's, from Andrew J. Morris
Postcards from Home Old Postcards from Winfield, Kansas and the Cowley County Area
Penny Postcards from Virginia
Postcard History Some beautiful postcards here!
Online Postcard Auction
Guide to Identifying and Dating Postcards in the U. S.
from the American Antiquarian Society Library Online Store
Professor Finds Clue to Folk Hero's Fate in Vintage Postcard yet
another interesting postcard tale. This one involves the folk ballad
of Curteich Large-Letter Postcards Don't
you love those large letter postcards? I sure do! Look at the scenes in
each of the letters closely when you find a large letter postcard: the
details can be quite interesting.
Teich Postcard Archives
Deltiology.Org Dedicated to promoting the postcard hobby worldwide since 1995.
Postcard News A key source for Antique Post Cards and other paper collectibles for
over 25 years!
County, Tennessee Postcards
from the Mexican Revolution
Old Evansville Postcards From
as it Was...A Tour of the U. S. A. in Vintage Postcards Absolutely
Pat Sabin (also a
genealogist) has put together a wonderful site that is your guide to a
virtual tour of site the U. S. This is an outstanding site and it's also
a Special Project for the USGenWeb
Project. Step back in time with Pat!
Tour of the National Parks Wonderful!
From the National Park Service, this site offers 8
virtual tours through the use of vintage postcards from "the Golden
Age of Park Roads."
Seen Richmond Virginia, that is. Search or browse more
than 600 Richmond postcards, most dating from 1900-1930. From the Special Collections and Archives of the James
Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth university.
Views A wonderful personal collection featuring topical postcards
and nostalgic views of New York State. Beautiful site!
from Framingham Massachusetts,
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