Searching within term: Postcards

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1.  Penny Postcards: Sarasota, Florida
At the north end of the reference collection, humbly housed in beige cabinets, rest thousands of postcards.  These penny postcard images, sent as modern novelties, carry messages of well being and adventure.  In this series we follow our intrepid traveler from city to city on a world tour.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
2.  Penny Postcards: Southwest Harbor, Maine
At the north end of the reference collection, humbly housed in beige cabinets, rest thousands of postcards.  These penny postcard images, sent as modern novelties, carry messages of well being and adventure.  In this series we follow our intrepid traveler from city to city on a world tour.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
3.  Penny Postcards: Rock On, Plymouth Rock
At the north end of the reference collection, humbly housed in beige cabinets, rest thousands of postcards.  These penny postcard images, sent as modern novelties, carry messages of well being and adventure.  In this series we follow our intrepid traveler from city to city on a world tour.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
4.  Penny Postcards: Coney Island
At the north end of the reference collection, humbly housed in beige cabinets, rest thousands of postcards.  These penny postcard images, sent as modern novelties, carry messages of well being and adventure.  In this series we follow our intrepid traveler from city to city on a world tour.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
5.  Pompeii and the Casa dei Vettii: Postcards from the Ingalls Library Collection
To accompany the Pompeii exhibition, a selection of postcards is currently on exhibit in the Ingalls Library display case.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
6.  Cherry Blossoms and Temples...Souvenir Photography in 19th Century Japan
Preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Art’s photography collection , but previously in the Ingalls Libra
Collection/Type: Blog entry