Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
An artificial collection of postcards, totaling approximately 6,000 items, transferred from the Schneelock-Bacon family, Gilman family, Beecher-Scoville family, and Pforzheimer papers, and miscellaneous additions.
Letter from Franny Lyne (signed with only her initials), addressed from Dublin. Thanks Eva for sending the comforter for the table "all the more as you have a sale of your own on hand" and requests that she write with the results of her sale.
From Franny Lyne, stamped in Dublin and signed "F.C.H.L." Thanks Eva for sending a note about March 19 and asks if anyone has given her "[illegible] La. I" since last September, and if not, "please prevent their doing so and read word in any case next time you are writing to your mother."
Lynda Franklin Antiques & Interiors. Business cards and postcards designed by Richard Shirley Smith., 2008
Two business cards and three postcards.
The postcard is not addressed.
Collection consists of postcards, some commercially produced, some original photos printed on postcard stock, that have been donated to the Visual Resources Collection throughout its history.
Collection of photographic postcards collected by Michael D. Heaston and created by professional, itinerant, and amateur photographers that document more than 600 cities, towns, and communities in Kansas, 1901-1953. Significant quantities of postcards exist for Concordia, Hutchinson, Larned, Wichita, and Winfield.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, artwork, and other papers by or relating to the writer David Plante. The bulk of the collection consists of letters to Plante from authors, artists, critics, editors, and film directors, as well as correspondence with Plante's partner, Nikos Stangos, and family members.
Postmarked: Denver, Colo. Jul 5, 1952.
Middleton writes from Colorado, where she is vacationing. Will order plates upon her return. Postcard depicts photograph of a Navaho weaver.
Illustration by Richard Shirley Smith.
Addressed to Mrs. Barbara Wilk, 14 Eton Villas, London, N.W.3. "Thursday Have brought my telescope to Wolver-Hampton for a new view. Wish you were here, Sam."
Postcard with four pictures of Wolverhampton, including Town Hall, West Park, St. Peter's Collegiate Church, and Victoria Street.
Describes personal experiences in France.
The postcard image depicts Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (Dordogne).
The collection comprises approximately 1000 postcards depicting members of the British royal family.