Postcard Gallery

bear postcard
oak creek postcard
oak creek postcard back
worcester 1906
Provincetown 1
provincetown 2
George L Mountainlion
tucson postcard
Coolidge Bridge
From the Reverse: The Coolidge Bridge was named after our late President Calvin Coolidge who resided at Northampton, Mass.
Cape Cod Dunes
The Old Manse, Concord, Massachusetts
From the Reverse: The Old Manse was built in 1769.  It was the home of Rev. William Emerson and Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote "Nature" there.  Hawthorne brought his young bride here in 1842 and made this charming residence famous with his "Mosses from Old Manse."
Courthouse Rock - Oak Creek Canyon, Arizona
From the Reverse: Named by the early settlers for the butte on the left that resembles a courthouse dome. Here at Baldwin Crossing, Oak Creek splashes merrily along a favorite location for Hollywood Studios
Black Lantern Antiques and Country Store Museum
From reverse: Black Lantern Antiques and Country Store Museum - Mohawk Trail - Charlemont, Mass 01339
Early Country Store Items.  A nostalgic trip to the past. Old time favorites for all. Nina Noga, Curator"
The Flume Gorge, Franconia Notch NH
This chasm, 700' feet in length, 11' to 24' in width has 60' to 70' perpendicular walls rising on both sides. The gorge was carved by nature in ancient geological times, but was not discovered until 1808."
Saguaro Blossoms
From the Reverse: State Flower of Arizona. To be seen in April, May, and June, followed by fruit which bursts open showing bright red meaty insides, often mistaken for flowers by visitors passing through this region.
Colossal Cave
From the reverse: "Twenty seven miles southeast of Tucson, lies one of Pima County's most unique wonders, the Colossal Cave. The true interest in Colossal Cave lies in its delicate colorings and exquisite formations. The action of air and water from eons ago, has resulted in a veritable lace-like fairyland of stone"
Best Easter Wishes
Worcester Art Museum Postcard
Find the Owl
NH attractions
NH fall foliage
Desert Prickly Pear
rainbow cactus in bloom
oak creek
Vintage postcard. Oak Creek near Sedona, Arizona.

Diorama of Mass in Tumacacori. Exhibit in the museum showing the Mission Church as it might have appeared in the 1820's.
michigan cabins
1911 postcard of cabin on Little Manistee River, Michigan
Sorry, George
The reverse reads:
Hanged by Mistake
Tombstone, Arizona

Impulsive early-day citizens were sometimes overanxious in dealing out justice. George Johnson evidently was a victim of one of their costly mistakes.

This photograph was taken by Stan Davis.
saguaro 1956
Bancroft Tower 1907
New Blackstone River Dam
Worcester City Hall
Gulf Bridge, Brattleboro VT
"The Gulf Bridge and Connecticut River, Route 9, Near Brattleboro, Vermont"
Arizona Highway Postcard
"Arizona Highway -
These huge and bewildering tumbles of granite rock formations tower about the motorist as he travels through one of the many unusual beauty spots of Arizona."
Carlsbad Jumbo Postcard  - Entrance to the King's Palace
This chamber, the second of the scenic rooms, opens a vista of highly decorated small rooms.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park is open everyday of the year. For complete tour information, write the superintendent, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad, New Mexico.
Carlsbad Jumbo Postcard 2
Carlsbad Jumbo Postcard  - Fairyland
A collection of small stalagmites covered with a rough, clinker-like formation, this section of the cavern appears much like an elfin forest covered with snow.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park is open everyday of the year. For complete tour information, write the superintendent, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad, New Mexico.
desert plants postcard
From the reverse: "The abounding southwestern desert Cacti and flora are one of this areas most significant and beautiful attractions."
Bell Rock, Lower Oak Creek Canyon
"One of the outstanding formations in this beautifully colored valley." (Bell Rock, Oak Creek, AZ)
Superstition Mountains
Where fortune hunters still seek the famous "Lost Dutchman Mine" with its multi-million dollar horde of pure gold. As seen along highways 60-70-80 & 89 in Arizona.
Polar Caves
"Polar Caves, one of America's most beautiful natural attractions, are located on scenic Route 25, five miles west of interstate Route 93 and the lovely college town of Plymouth, N.H."
Arizona Desert Landscape
"Here the majestic Saguaros join the Ocotillos (buggy whips) and desert wild flowers to create a never-to-be-forgotten spectacle."
San Francisco Peaks, Arizona
"Snow-capped the greater part of the year these majestic peaks rise to 12,600 feet, dominating the horizon for well over a hundred miles. Humphrey's Peak in the San Francisco Range is the highest point in Arizona."
Tuzigoot Ruins
"High on a ridge of limestone above the Verde River are the ruins of an ancient settlement of Indians. It is estimated that the community once housed on this site was flourishing about 1000 A.D."
sunset on the desert
Towers of the Virgin, Zion NP
Dominated by towering West Temple, highest point in Zion National Park, the Towers of the Virgin present a striking vista from the main highway near the South Entrance."
Great White Throne, Zion NP
Roadway Through the Saguaros
"Sections of Southern Arizona are covered with thousands of these majestic and beautiful cactus formations."