15_postcard of unknown boy on donkey, Lebanon, Pennsylvania


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According to "Camera Clues", postcards from before 1907 only have space for the address on the back, and a strip at the bottom of the front for the message. After 1907, the back was divided. However, I have found that postcards after 1907 sometimes have a strip at the bottom front when the image is so large that the sides would be cut off if it was made to fit the whole front, so I can't tell from just the front of the picture. However, they still have divided backs. So definitely check the back!!!

This is a fabulous picture!


Posted by Ranming on 25 February 2010 - 5:07pm

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