The Charter of the United Nations
Title:
The Charter of the United Nations
unused


Assorted guns
Title:
Assorted guns
Real Photo unused



Attaching the Handles to Jugs
Title:
Attaching the Handles to Jugs
Divided Back unused


Horse taking photograph of Man with Donkey
Title:
Horse taking photograph of Man with Donkey
Divided Back unused



Night School Photography Class Advertisement with Photographer
Title:
Night School Photography Class Advertisement with Photographer
Real Photo unused

Description:
starts again Photography I & II I - How to use your camera II - How to develop and print your own pictures. Time: I - 7:30 to 9:30 Tuesday II - 7 to 10 p.m. Monday Place: S.C. High School Trident Bldg. Teacher: George Lee Phone: School GA 3-7084 Home GA 3-4547


Arrrived at Last! Robert E. Peary
Title:
Arrrived at Last! Robert E. Peary


Description:
North Pole Series 6440 Arthur Capper



Magician spinning beds
Title:
Magician spinning beds
unused

Description:
Series 6503 German: Nee, in das caroussel leg'ich mieh nich!


Robert E. Peary
Title:
Robert E. Peary
unused



Woman Eating Chocolates from a Box
Title:
Woman Eating Chocolates from a Box
unused

Description:
Usabal Series 315/4 Feldpost


Gee Whiz - Doll & Dollhouse
Title:
Gee Whiz - Doll & Dollhouse
Divided Back PM 1916 May-26

Description:
I have just a moment to write And only a word to say There's not an idea in my head I've been cleaning house all day



Equal Sculpture Machine. Made by James Watt, in 1809-14
Title:
Equal Sculpture Machine. Made by James Watt, in 1809-14
Divided Back

Description:
Series 69 The Science Museum London, No.69


Heslop's Colliery Engine
Title:
Heslop's Colliery Engine
Divided Back

Description:
Series 48 The Science Museum, London, No. 48



High Pressure Steam Engine
Title:
High Pressure Steam Engine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 51 High Pressure Steam Engine. The Science Museum, London, No. 51


Newsham's Fire Engine, 1734
Title:
Newsham's Fire Engine, 1734
Divided Back

Description:
The London Science Museum, London, No. 83



Paddle Engines of the "Great Eastern" (1858)
Title:
Paddle Engines of the "Great Eastern" (1858)
Divided Back

Description:
Model of oscillating-cylinder engines Tne Zinco Collotype Co


Proportional Sculpture Machine
Title:
Proportional Sculpture Machine
Divided Back

Description:
Series 70 Made by James Watt in 1809-14. The Science Museum, London, No. 70



Symington's original marine steam engine, 1788
Title:
Symington's original marine steam engine, 1788
Divided Back

Description:
This engine was made in 1788 by William Symington for Patrick Miller in connection with the latter's pioneer work in marine steam propulsion. In October, 1788, it successfully propelled a pleasure boat on Dalswinton Lake, near Dumfries. The Science Museum, London. No. 142


The Seismograph at Selfridges
Title:
The Seismograph at Selfridges
Divided Back unused

Description:
This is installed in Selfridge's Information Bureau - Third Floor



There are Tricks in all Trades - But Ours - Magician
Title:
There are Tricks in all Trades - But Ours - Magician
Divided Back PM 1907 Jan-17


Thompson's Atmospheric Engine
Title:
Thompson's Atmospheric Engine
Divided Back

Description:
Series 45 The Science Museum, London, No. 45



Lucky Horseshoe
Title:
Lucky Horseshoe
Divided Back

Description:
Series 303 I searched through all the post cards to send a good luck wish to you and my patience was rewarded when I found this old horse shoe. May it bring you many blessings life, luck, love, but stay. Be sure you hang it right side up or they will all run away


Let me take your order
Title:
Let me take your order
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A 26



New Address Notification
Title:
New Address Notification
Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-11


The Village Blacksmith
Title:
The Village Blacksmith
Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-11



Red Cross Award of Merit
Title:
Red Cross Award of Merit
Linen unused

Description:
by American Red Cross Westchester County Chapter The National American Red Cross To Mrs. Inez Wilson in recognition of loyal service in the 1953 Red Cross Fund


Joseph Day Parade, Oregon
Title:
Joseph Day Parade, Oregon
Chrome unused

Description:
Joseph Day Parade, Oregon. The Joseph Day Parade showing the Wallawa Mountains in the background. The parade, a rodeo, and a dance make up this yearly celebration. Color by Mel Anderson



Augustana College and Denkmann Memorial Library
Title:
Augustana College and Denkmann Memorial Library
White Border PM 1926 Aug-20


Public Library, Wheeling, W. V.A
Title:
Public Library, Wheeling, W. V.A
Wheeling West Virginia (WV), White Border unused



University of California San Diego
Title:
University of California San Diego
San Diego California (CA), Chrome PM 1967 Oct-19

Description:
3-D Natural Color Reproduction Series D.231 This campus on Torrey Pines, overlooking the blue Pacific, helps to make San Diego an educational, research and cultural center in southern, California


McCord Creek Falls, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Title:
McCord Creek Falls, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
These beautiful falls, having their source in Larch Mountain in McCord and Pierce Creeks, were but little known until the Columbia River Highway with its 47 miles of hard surface, gentle curves and easy grades brought this delightful spot within two hours ride from the heart of Portland



The San Bernardino Valley From The Summit Of Rubidour Drive
Title:
The San Bernardino Valley From The Summit Of Rubidour Drive
Riverside California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2853 The San Bernardino Valley from the summit of Rubidoar Drive, Road of a Thousand Wonders – Southern Pacific Riverside, California


A California Residence
Title:
A California Residence
California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2967A



Gen. Sherman And Halleck's Headquarters Consul Larkin's Headquarters
Title:
Gen. Sherman And Halleck's Headquarters Consul Larkin's Headquarters
Monterey California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1834


A Western Miltonaire's Residence
Title:
A Western Miltonaire's Residence
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2082 A



A Southern California Residence
Title:
A Southern California Residence
Scenic California (CA), Divided Back PM 1919 Feb-26

Description:
Series 3143


Lectures On Temperance
Title:
Lectures On Temperance
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 650



A Pressing Engagement
Title:
A Pressing Engagement
Real Photo unused


What The Future Holds In Store
Title:
What The Future Holds In Store
Seattle Washington (WA), Divided Back PM Oct-30



Souvenir From Swartswood Lake
Title:
Souvenir From Swartswood Lake
Swartswood Lake New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM Aug-03


Garfield
Title:
Garfield
Continental Chrome PM 1988 Sep-14

Description:
Hello, Earthling. We are from the planet greet.



Office Of Woodmen Accident Association
Title:
Office Of Woodmen Accident Association
Linen PM 1914 May-15


Sassenheim Holland Date Postmark
Title:
Sassenheim Holland Date Postmark
Linen PM 1952



The Mayflower Compart
Title:
The Mayflower Compart
Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
In the Name of God, Amen. We whose names are underwritten; the loyal subjects of our dread sovereign Lord, King James, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, etc., Having undertaken, for the glory of God, and advancement of the Christian faith and honor of our King and Country, a voyage to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia, do by these presents solemnly and mutually in the presence of God, and one of another, covenant and combine ourselves together into a civil body politic, for our better ordering and preservation and furtherance of the ends aforesaid; and by virtue hereof to enact, constitute and frame such just and equal laws, ordinances, acts, constitutions and offices, from time to time, as shall be thought most meet and convenient for the general good of the Colony: unto which we promise all due submission and obedience. In witness whereof we have hereunder subscribed our names at Cape Cod the *11 of November, in the year of the reign of our sovereign Lord, King James of England, France and Ireland the eighteenth, and of Scotland the fifty-fourth. Ano. Dom. 1620. John Carver; William Bradford; Edward Winslow; William Brewster; Isaac Allerton; Myles Standish; John Alden; Samuel Fuller; Christopher Martin; William Mullins; William White; Richard Warren; John Howland; Stephen Hopkins; Edward Tilly; John Tilly; Francis Cooke; Thomas Rogers; Thomas Tinker; John Rigdale; Edward Fuller; John Turner; Francis Eaton; James Chilton; John Crackston; John Billington; Moses Fletcher; John Goodman; Degory Priest; Thomas Williams; Gilbert Winslow; Edmond Margeson; Peter Brown; Richard Britteridge; George Soule; Richard Clarke; Richard Gardiner; John Allerton; Thomas English; Edward Doty; Edward Leister


Ocean Gems Shell And Marine Collection
Title:
Ocean Gems Shell And Marine Collection
Chrome unused



Mary Trimble Doll Collection
Title:
Mary Trimble Doll Collection
Chrome PM 1961 Jun-25

Description:
The Ozark's largest and most beautiful doll collection - may rare dolls, some 2,000 years old - one of the collections in the Memorial Museum (The Museum of the Ozarks) at the Shepherd of the Hills Farm, 7 miles west of Branson, Mo, on highway 76.


Mt. Sugar Loaf
Title:
Mt. Sugar Loaf
Scenic Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Photagraphy



Melpomene is the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne
Title:
Melpomene is the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Melpomene is the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne
Title:
Melpomene is the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne
Private Mailing Card PM 1908 Mar-17



Wind Energy Turbines
Title:
Wind Energy Turbines
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Even the controversial wind energy machines cannot lessen the soothing effect of an ever-beautiful desert sunset


Columbus At The Court Of Ferdinand And Isabella
Title:
Columbus At The Court Of Ferdinand And Isabella
Divided Back unused



Fired With Enthusiasm
Title:
Fired With Enthusiasm
Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-10

Description:
Accountant, Ledger


Volumes Of Good Wishes
Title:
Volumes Of Good Wishes
Divided Back PM 1911 Apr-14

Description:
My Volums of Good Wishes, for thee, dare I unfold them, Would cover such a space methinks, No Library would hold them.



Making Maple Sugar In The Good Old Fashioned Way
Title:
Making Maple Sugar In The Good Old Fashioned Way
Vermont (VT), Divided Back unused


Mixing With The Upper Crust
Title:
Mixing With The Upper Crust
Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-02



Fort Schuyler
Title:
Fort Schuyler
Chrome PM 1979 Aug-03

Description:
This powder horn was made by J. McGraw during the siege of fort Stanwix in August 1777 and now owned by Chester Williams of Rome, N. Y. Visit Fort Stannic National Monument Eric Canal Village at Rome, N. Y.


A Scene From The Man Who Married A Dumb Wife
Title:
A Scene From The Man Who Married A Dumb Wife
Divided Back unused

Description:
A Scene From "The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife". Wallack's Theatre New York. B'Way & 30th St. New York. Lillah McCarthy - Granville Barker. "Androcles and the Lion" By Bernard Shaw. "The Man who married a dumb wife" By Anatole France. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" By William Shakespeare. "The Doctor's Dilemma" By Bernard Shaw. "The Witch" by Wiers Jennsen Translated by John Masefield) "The madras House" By Granville Barker, will be added to the program later.



Shopping
Title:
Shopping
Divided Back PM 1919 Jan-23

Description:
When you go out shopping and you stroll around a store, And the man behind the counter's wasted quite three hours or more: You'll have this Satisfaction tho' you haven't spent a dime, You've a lovely lot of patterns and have had a real good time.


Women Swimming, rowboat
Title:
Women Swimming, rowboat
Divided Back unused



File Let You Kiss Me, Would You?
Title:
File Let You Kiss Me, Would You?
Divided Back unused


S'no Use
Title:
S'no Use
Chrome PM 1954 Mar-07



Safety - First
Title:
Safety - First
Divided Back unused


Salesman
Title:
Salesman
Chrome PM 1952 Sep-13

Description:
A week ago I cuddunt spell "Salesmun" now . . I are one.



The Village Blacksmith
Title:
The Village Blacksmith
Longfellow, Divided Back unused

Description:
The Village Blacksmith Longfellow. And children coming home from school Look in at the open door, they love to see the flaming forge, And hear the bellows roar, And catch the burning sparks that fly Like chaff from a threshing floor.


My Acquaintances are like a ring of gold
Title:
My Acquaintances are like a ring of gold
Divided Back PM 1913

Description:
My acquaintances are like a ring of gold of which your friendship is the diamond



No Place Like Home
Title:
No Place Like Home
Divided Back PM 1908


Moonshine Still
Title:
Moonshine Still
Chrome unused

Description:
Back in the hills and in the deep woods, the mountaineers have their own distilleries making powerful moonshine called "Mountain Dew."



You never can tell from where you sit
Title:
You never can tell from where you sit
White Border PM 1915


An Eye Opener - Blind
Title:
An Eye Opener - Blind
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906



Gayety Movie Theatre - 92nd And Commercial Business District Chicago
Title:
Gayety Movie Theatre - 92nd And Commercial Business District Chicago
Chicago Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
View looking North showing a very active shopping center on the far South Side of Chicago Superman vs. Atom man


Souvenir From
Title:
Souvenir From
Divided Back PM 1911



My Book Your Book
Title:
My Book Your Book
Divided Back unused

Description:
In my Book Of Memory, To-day I've noted thee, I hope you'll use the other one Dear Friend to jot down me.


Don't you feel small when you go out between the acts?
Title:
Don't you feel small when you go out between the acts?
Divided Back unused



Don't Worry It Will All Come Out In The Wash
Title:
Don't Worry It Will All Come Out In The Wash
Divided Back unused


Horseshoe
Title:
Horseshoe
Divided Back PM 1911



United Nations Day Poster 1953
Title:
United Nations Day Poster 1953
Chrome unused

Description:
United Nations Nations Unies United Nations Day Poster 1953. On October 24th United Nations Day will be observed throughout the World. October 24th 1953 marks the day eight years ago when the U. N. charter came into force. The theme for U.N. Day 1953 is "Peace, Justice. Progress." This card reproduces the united Nations day Poster 1953 which is more than 50 language versions will be exhibited throughout the world.


Officer, "can you arrest a man for not paying his bill"
Title:
Officer, "can you arrest a man for not paying his bill"
Chrome unused

Description:
Prostitution



Volumes Of Good Wishes
Title:
Volumes Of Good Wishes
Divided Back unused

Description:
My Volumes of Good Wishes, For thee, dare I unfold them, would cover such a space methinks, No Library would hold them.


Why didn't you give up your apples?
Title:
Why didn't you give up your apples?
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
"Now Willie, yours is a double offence, Why didn't you give up your apples when the other boys did ?" "Well, m'm, I thought you only wanted enough to make a pie."



Volumes Of Good Wishes
Title:
Volumes Of Good Wishes
Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
My Volumes of Good Wishes, For thee, dare I unfold them, would cover such a space methinks, No Library would hold them.


Cheer Up We'll Have A Blizzard Next Winter
Title:
Cheer Up We'll Have A Blizzard Next Winter
Divided Back unused



Just As The Son Went Down
Title:
Just As The Son Went Down
Divided Back unused

Description:
"Capital Sermon, Vicar! I always say that what you don't know about sin ain't worth knowing!"


Photographer
Title:
Photographer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Come undt pose fer me though life still



Did you Ever Series
Title:
Did you Ever Series
Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
Did you ever go without this to bury her this


Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. In the foreground is the old toll Gate, which in days gone by were the tariff collectors of our public roads. See the "Chick Sale," in rear of house, but don't peep you will hear about it. Ladies Only!



Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Old pioneer village of 300 years ago. It was in this type of building our forefathers went through hardship and disaster. Note cabins deteriorating because the next generation wished to live a different life. their home is humble, but sweet and they are free americans. Here set on the hillside is the second period of American Home construction with the steps leading down to the stream for they had no water in the house, and a pump was a luxury. To the left is a Lime Kiln which was used to burn limestone for sweetening the virgin soil and for building purposes. In the rear we see the Bee Hives which gave them the only means of sweetening and the makingof medicines.


The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Title:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Old flour Mill, stone building. Five span highway bridge of 30 years ago. trestle bridge of pioneer days. This old farm house dates back to the cabin days and has been improved several times. See horses in stalls in stable. Here is the place for the old Barn Dance, see them dancing in the old stone Swiss barn and hear the music.



Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Old Grist Mill of pioneer days. Note how water is run over top of wheel from dam above, which operates machines in mill. This was America's first industry.


The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Title:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Five span highway bridge of 30 years ago. Trestle bridge of pioneer days. This old farm house dates back to the cabin days and has been improved several times. the center part was a log cabin over 200 years ago 50 years later they added another log cabin to the right and 60 years later they built the stone building to the left and covered the old logs with lap boards and called it a modern home with a pump in the yard and by and by many improvements were added to the far as you will note. See horses in stalls in stables.



The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Title:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Modern Electric Power Station. this is a red brick building and the effect is carried out with thousands of little bricks carved in the walls and stacks, over 800 hours required in it's making.


Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Country club with real stained glass windows. Model of home in Homestead, Long Island. Note fox chase in rear. Shrine Church with real stained glass windows. Model of Memorial Chapel in Alps Mountain form which may American Chapels were copied. Listen for Music and Church bells.



Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Home burned down, possibly by railroad. red Brick and Steel Bridge. this nusual type bridge was common about 1860 in the Eastern States. Home of airport operator being painted, this aorport is laid out the same as a real port. red cedar log cabin typical of type found in Bruce and Zion National Park. Built by government for American tourists. Three Arch Stone bridge whcih was very common arching our strams in 1875 and are a fancy to artists to sketch. Old antiquated boat house and dance pavilion, originally located at lake George, N. y. Tourist cabins at foot of hill. five span highway bridge in center See trolly cross. This is an interestingspot to watch the trains winding through the Valleys and overhead bridges. the engineer will sign and talk to you.


Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Village of Fairfield is modernized with its 40 buildings illustrating the Passing Parade of Architecture in individual homes form 1890 to 1942. Cathedral with 44 hands-painted windows and which took 400 hours to make. Sound effect in church.



The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Title:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. - Weekdays, Holidays on Sundays All Year. On hilltop is the Paul Revere Tavern which was the largest known log building. It stood near Boston and was destroyed by fire in 1849. Listen to concert in Tavern. Modern Zoo. This idea of displaying the animals odds to their life and beauty in their natural state. Many Zoo's are making this change over the cages. See fountain in bird life pool. Railroad Station which was modern in 1890, to right a small section of modern village.


Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. - Weekdays, Holidays on Sundays All Year. Welcome to Sleepy Hollow, but don't try to bring your outomobileinto town on Sunday or a fine you pay. Sleepy Hollow is typical of the pioneer days of the West 100 years ago. Believe it or not, but the first dentists of 50 years ago were veterinary or horse doctors but in the last 75 years became doctors of dental surgery. Old County Jail whee prisoners excaped through the chimney. Rexall Drug Store, the first chain home managed drug store. stars and Stripes Salloon with its beautiful girls, honest wheels and old fashioned music. Listen. Ben framklin Print shop, the village letter writer.



Barn Dance "Roadside America"
Title:
Barn Dance "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Here is the place for the Old Barn Square dance, see them dancing in their old stone Swiss barn and hear the caller and music. the Old Farm House which dates back to the cabin days and has been improved several times. The center part was a log cabin over 200 years ago. 50 years later they added another log cabin to the right, and 60 years later they built the stone building to the left and covered the logs with lap boards. Square dance in barn is in action and music. Carriages are made by hand and exact reproductions.


Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. - Weekdays, Holidays on Sundays All Year. First Original Henry Ford Shop where he built hs first horeless buggy at No. 56 Bagley Ave., Detroit, Michigan. Note: He had to build th door wider to get it out ofthe shop when it was finished. Mr ford is a shining example to all hobbyists, in encouraging them with patience to a successful goal. He was the world's greatest hobbyist, and what it broght to the overage man ovr the world is amazing. Stick to your hobby boys, you may be a second Henry Ford. Who knows! aunt Matilda, the town mid-wife, who was looked up to in the village because there were no doctors. Every town had their Auntie. Tom the Boot and Shoe Maker. Botts in those days were a necessity, shoes a luxury. New Town Hall being built.



Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. - Weekdays, Holidays on Sundays All Year. Here is the Saw Mill of the early days, this is one of the few up and down saws which could rip heavier logs. Water from Mountain stream turns the wheel. This was America's second industry. From the on home construction took on a new face.


Sleepy Hollow Business Section And Henry Ford's First Shop "Roadside America"
Title:
Sleepy Hollow Business Section And Henry Ford's First Shop "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniatue villge. "Roadside America" Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of spectacular Beauty, You will be Amazed, 44 Years in the Makingby Laurence T. Gieringer All Made by Hand Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Between Allentown and Harrisburg, Pa. Open daily form 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. first original Henry Ford Shop where he built his first horseless buggy. In the foreground we have the old Trolley Car Line, watch for it. We pass the Yellow House Hotel which is typical of those days, Hotels were named aftr colors of historical places. In rear of hotel, Town Hall nder construction 75 years ago. Well, here's Joe's Barber shop. It is a known fact that barber shop in those days were even mofe sanitary than today, for in those days every man had his shaving cup shelved there. Barbers specialized in the making of medicines, this was the start of the medical doctor. Peter Miller Home Bake Shop where from 1800 to 1910 people would take their dough to be worked and bakded fro a cent a loaf.



Farm Scene And Fox Hunt "Roadside America"
Title:
Farm Scene And Fox Hunt "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniatue villge. "Roadside America" Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of spectacular Beauty, You will be Amazed, more than you every expected to see Nearly 50 years in th making by Laurence. T. Gieringer All Made by Hand Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Between Allentown and Harrisburg, Pa. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Down in the valley is an old American Homestead of about 100 years ago, which illustrates the fact that in those days people built for use and not for beauty, also if you will note the Hexafoos on the face of teh barn which in those days were spiritual protectors to the farmer, his family, his crops, and his cattle, and a curse for three generations to those who are responsible for damagedone in revenge. The Hexafoos is also to protect the farm from lightning, storms, floods, etc. There are many designs and quite a story on same. The designs and quite a story on same. The designs on this barn carry the most protection. Historians state that this is German Folk Art originated from the early original scriptures and has no bearing whatsoever on witchcraft.


West End Of Sleepy Hollow "Roadside America"
Title:
West End Of Sleepy Hollow "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniatue villge. "Roadside America" Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of spectacular Beauty, You will be Amazed, more than you every expected to see Nearly 50 years in th making by Laurence. T. Gieringer All Made by Hand Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Between Allentown and Harrisburg, Pa. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. While we are in the neighborhood, lets stop in to see Ben Franklin, the village Printer and Letter writer. On the back street corner we see the vilalge Blacksmith, and across e street from him is the General store with fresh meats on Saturdays, only. On left street corner is General Hardware store, On right corner is Pony Expess Office, etc. Next is the practical harness maker of the vilalge. charles A. Gieringer, the father of the builder of this village. He too was a model builder but in a much smaller way. In rear of pawn shop is Mammy Flmm the wash woman of the village. In rear of harness shop is Sleepy Hollow Engine House No. 1.



Shrine Church - "Roadside America"
Title:
Shrine Church - "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
"Roadside America" The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature village. "Roadside America" Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of spectacular Beauty, You will be Amazed, more than you every expected to see Nearly 50 years in the making by Laurence. T. Gieringer All Made by Hand Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Between Allentown and Harrisburg, Pa. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. the shrine Church with it's beautiful stained glass windows and sacred music coming from within is a replica of a memorial chapel in the Alps Mountains. Many of our America Churches are copied from it. Hear the soft, sweet tones of the organ. This shrine is most beautiful spot for meditation.


Spinning At A Cabin In The Heart Of The Mountains
Title:
Spinning At A Cabin In The Heart Of The Mountains
Linen unused



Miss Antique
Title:
Miss Antique
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Don't you know that the days are over When you could hope to catch a beau? It's the solemn truth old girlie, That you stand but little show.


Nanny & Child
Title:
Nanny & Child
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
"Why can't I dry myself, Nurse ?" "Because I'm stronger than you, dear." "Well, my daddy's stronger than you, so does he dry you ?"



Out Of Sight
Title:
Out Of Sight
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Sleeping
Title:
Sleeping
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Arrived all safe. The beds here are very short, but the weather being warm we don't mind. P. S. Fred passed a remark about the size of my feet, but there isn't much in it, is there?



Tropical Florida Sea Shells Found Along The Gulf Of Mexico
Title:
Tropical Florida Sea Shells Found Along The Gulf Of Mexico
Linen unused

Description:
(Sanibel and Captive Island) The ceaseless tide washes ashore hundreds of species of sea shells along the lower gulf Coast of Florida. Shells of brilliant colors are found here, the rarer species going to collectors and museums, while the commoner types are shipped by the barrel to manufacturers of shell art novelties. /shell collecting is becoming a popular hobby.


Medieval Knight
Title:
Medieval Knight
Divided Back PM 1909



The Old-Time Waster Bathtub
Title:
The Old-Time Waster Bathtub
Chrome unused

Description:
Where Mark Twain sat-also Dan DeQuille, Joe Goodman, Wells Drury and many other writers of note who began their careers on the "Territorial Enterprise," Virginia City, Nevada. These water closets were perhaps the source of the present term "Can" as the water can was always handy.


Mis-Take
Title:
Mis-Take
Divided Back unused

Description:
There's a Miss I miss most awful And this is not a fake! This Miss has played the mis-chief With my heart, and no MIS-TAKE



Getting Away From T.V.- Cape Cod
Title:
Getting Away From T.V.- Cape Cod
Cape Cod Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Colourpicture Publishers, Inc. Television


Friendship's Jewels
Title:
Friendship's Jewels
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Message Series When looking o'er friendship's jewels Some old and worn - some new There's a rare old pearl among them That Pearl my friend is you



Engine of P.S. Comet (1811)
Title:
Engine of P.S. Comet (1811)
Divided Back unused

Description:
Made by John Robertson of Glasgow for Henry Bell's "Comet" which was the first steamboat to run commercially in Europe. The engine was placed on the port side and the boiler on the starboard side The Zinco Collotype Co


Selfridge Seismograph
Title:
Selfridge Seismograph
Divided Back unused



Corn cob, dried apple jack and sue dolls
Title:
Corn cob, dried apple jack and sue dolls
Real Photo unused

Description:
Visiting day in the Ozarks


A Tight Pinch
Title:
A Tight Pinch
Divided Back unused

Description:
A Tight Pinch is unknown in Walk-Over shoes, fitted the Walk-Over way.



Declaration Of Independence
Title:
Declaration Of Independence
Divided Back unused

Description:
Declaration of Independence, July 4th 1776.


The Music Was Entrancing
Title:
The Music Was Entrancing
Danbury Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1912 Oct-10

Description:
Series S 132 At the big fair, Danbury, Conn. Photograph



Demonstration Model Of The Figure-8 Stellarator
Title:
Demonstration Model Of The Figure-8 Stellarator
Chrome unused

Description:
Demonstration model of the Figure-8 Stellarator used at the Atoms For Peace Conference in Geneva, Switzerland in 1958. The Stellarator is a device for confining and heating heavy hydrogen by means of an externally produced magnetic field in a closed endless tube to release fusion energy for the production of power. Museum of History & Technology.


Do Come To See The Pictures Again!
Title:
Do Come To See The Pictures Again!
Divided Back unused



Joyous Easter Greeting By Bunny Swift
Title:
Joyous Easter Greeting By Bunny Swift
Divided Back PM 1919 Apr-18


A Joyful Christmas
Title:
A Joyful Christmas
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oer half the earth, In every temple, crowds shall knell again To celebrate his birth Who brought the message of good will to men. Bryant



Edison Phonographs
Title:
Edison Phonographs
Chrome unused

Description:
Edison's early experimental phonographs including his 23rd tin-foil machine. Seen at Edison Home & Museum, Ft. Myers, Florida.


The Mayflower Compact
Title:
The Mayflower Compact
White Border unused

Description:
Signed in the Cabin of the "Mayflower," Nov. 11th, Old Style, Nov. 21st, New Style, 1620. "In the name of God, amen, we whose names are underwritten, the loyall subjects of our dread soveraigne Lord, King James, by the grace of God, of Great Britaine. Franc and Ireland king, defender of the faith, & c., haveing undertaken, for the glorie of God, and advancement of the Christian faith, and honor of our king and countries, a voyage to plant the first colonie in the northern parts of Virginia, doe by these presents solemnly and mutually in the presence of God, and one of another, covenant and combine ourselves together into a civil body politick, for our better ordering and preservation and furtherence of the epds aforesaid; and by vertue hereof to enacte, constitute and frame such just and equall laws, ordenances, acts, constitutions and offices, from time to time, as shall be thought most meete and convenient for the general good of the colonie, unto which we promise all due submission and obedience. In witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names at Cap-Codd the 11 of November, in the year of the raigne of our soveraigne lord, King James of England, Franc and Ireland the eighteenth, and of Scotland the fifty-fourth, A No Dom 1620."



H.P. Hood Dairy
Title:
H.P. Hood Dairy
Divided Back PM 1920 Jul-22

Description:
The Most Sanitary Milk Depot In N. E Receiving Hood's Milk emptying, washing and sterilizing cans.


When At The Seaside Don't Forget Your Glasses!
Title:
When At The Seaside Don't Forget Your Glasses!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Binoculars



Railway Crane Repowered By A GM Diesel Engine
Title:
Railway Crane Repowered By A GM Diesel Engine
Chrome PM Sep-20

Description:
Earle Equipment Company. 6331-6351 Tireman Ave. 2424 - 28th St., S.E. Detroit 4, Mich. Grand Rapids 8, Mich. Phone: 5-9247.


Bavarian Barrel House
Title:
Bavarian Barrel House
Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1973 Sep-26

Description:
3 beautiful rooms built of solid exotic woods of the world inside this enormous champagne barrel. Bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath, bar, fireplace, etc. This unusual home has been entirely handbuilt. Liquid capacity of barrel before conversion 7,123 gallons. Weight of exhibit, nearly 5 tons.



Wordsworth The Boy of Winander
Title:
Wordsworth The Boy of Winander
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Strawberry Shortcake
Title:
Strawberry Shortcake
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Thank you . . . It was "Berry" nice of you! Strawberry Shortcake™ with her new friends: Cherry cuddler,™ Lime Chiffon,™ Butter Cookie™ and Angel Cake™.



Optician We Fit Your Eyes
Title:
Optician We Fit Your Eyes
Linen PM 1950 Mar-29

Description:
"I'll be seein you!"


French St. Martin
Title:
French St. Martin
Chrome unused

Description:
Fgoayo



Animal Food
Title:
Animal Food
Divided Back PM 1910 May-01

Description:
"Well, did you follow my advice and eat plenty of animal food?" "Yes sir. O got on alright with the oats, but the chopped hay took a bit of getting down."


The Wishbone
Title:
The Wishbone
Divided Back PM 1914 Aug-04

Description:
DWIG I wish you good luck and never a bone of contention



There Is A Woman In The Case
Title:
There Is A Woman In The Case
Divided Back PM 1910 May-30


A Southern Barbecue
Title:
A Southern Barbecue
Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-12



Shipwrecked
Title:
Shipwrecked
Divided Back unused

Description:
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget


Grocery Store
Title:
Grocery Store
Linen PM 1911

Description:
"A pound of butter at is 3d., half-a-pound of is 4d. Tea, a pound of cheese at 8d., and six eggs at is 3d. A dozen - if I give yo 10s. How much change will I have ?" Crocer (after writing it down : "6s. 9 1/2d." "Thanks - It's my home-work for to-night!"



Southern Turpentine Still
Title:
Southern Turpentine Still
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


A Trailer Camp Down Florida Way
Title:
A Trailer Camp Down Florida Way
Scenic Florida (FL), Linen unused



In The Steel Center
Title:
In The Steel Center
Weirton West Virginia (WV), Linen unused

Description:
Open Hearth Pouring


E. C. Kropp Co. Plant
Title:
E. C. Kropp Co. Plant
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), Linen unused

Description:
Where post cards are made



A Glimpse Of Pershing Square And The Biltmore Hotel, Fifth And Hill Streets
Title:
A Glimpse Of Pershing Square And The Biltmore Hotel, Fifth And Hill Streets
Los Angeles California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
Fifth and Hill Streets is one of the busy intersections of downtown Los Angeles. Pershing Square a topical park forms the southwest corner of this intersection Coca Cola sign


Pioneer Club "Atomic detonation shown was 75 miles distant"
Title:
Pioneer Club "Atomic detonation shown was 75 miles distant"
Las Vegas Nevada (NV), Linen unused

Description:
One of the original and famous clubs in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. Here are all games of chance in comfortable, clean and modern surroundings, adjoining cocktail lounge and nearby parking.



Strippers Wanted
Title:
Strippers Wanted
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Girls Wanted to Strip. "I wonder would I do?"


Out For An Airing No Race Suicide Here
Title:
Out For An Airing No Race Suicide Here
Divided Back unused



Suffrage Race Suicide Just Awful!
Title:
Suffrage Race Suicide Just Awful!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Is n't this race suicide just awful!


A Turpentine Still
Title:
A Turpentine Still
Divided Back unused



Old mother Hubbard
Title:
Old mother Hubbard
Divided Back unused

Description:
Old mother Hubbard went to the cupboard To get her poor dog a bone, but when she got there The cupboard was bare and so the poor dog had none.


Typical Moonshine Still Heart of the Mountains
Title:
Typical Moonshine Still Heart of the Mountains
Linen unused



The Edison Phonograph
Title:
The Edison Phonograph
Divided Back

Description:
Invented in 1877 by Thomas A. Edison. It is one of Mr. Edison's favorite inventions. He still controls and manufactures it. He is constantly at work developing and improving it


Greetings From New Mexico - Mushroom Cloud
Title:
Greetings From New Mexico - Mushroom Cloud
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Atomic N. M. - fourth largest and one of the most historical states was admitted into the union in 1912 as forty-seventh state. Capital - Santa Fe. Commercial center - Albuquerque. Its wonderful scenery, delightful climate, primitive Indian and Spanish inhabitants and customs, contribute to the interest and curiosity of the visitor in this "Land of Enchantment".



Roadside America "Roadside America"
Title:
Roadside America "Roadside America"
Linen unused

Description:
The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Spectacular Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Cantilever Bridge in foreground is a model of the main section of San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge one of our greatest bridges. Old American farm grist mill and covered bridge of 175 years ago. The running water turns the wheel.


An Old Fashioned Sugar Cane Mill Down South
Title:
An Old Fashioned Sugar Cane Mill Down South
Linen PM 1944



A Scrap Industry
Title:
A Scrap Industry
Binghamton New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Making Moonshine In Kentucky
Title:
Making Moonshine In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Back in the hills, off the beaten highway, the mountaineers have their own distilleries, making powerful moonshine called "Mountain Dew".



Paul Bunyan
Title:
Paul Bunyan
Linen PM 1939

Description:
His Playground, The North Woods Paul Bunyan is the patron saint of all woodsman and lovers of outdoors; America's legendary hero. Several select ""call stories"" follow about him. Paul's parents used an old lumber wagon for a baby carriage. His feet dangled over the end of the wagon, tearing up the roads. In school paul used a slab of lime stone for a slate and a big white pine tree for a pencil. The teacher's inability to read Paul's huge script discouraged him and he decided to become a logger. The 10,000 lakes in this state are the footprints of Paul's Gigantic Blue Ox, Babe, who measured forty-two ax handles wide between the eyes. He hauled a whole section, 640 acres of timber at one time. Paul then would cut the timber and Babe would haul another section. Everytime Babe was to be shod, Paul opened a new iron mine. Babe ate in one day as much food as one crew could tote to camp in six months. One extremely cold winter, blue snowflakes as bif as a baseball submerged even the tallest trees. Paul had to tie a red stag jacket on Babe, his color being exactly like the snow. So cold it was that Paul's coffee pot froze solid to the back of the stove. When the blue snow melted, Babe's footprints were filled with blue water. Then Paul called his playground. ""The land of Sky Blue Water"". Johnny Inkslinger, Paul's bookkeeper, was about his size. He was a whiz at figures and efficiency. His fountain pen was connected by a hose to a barrel of ink. By not dotting ""I's"" and crossing ""t's"", he saved nine barrels of ink on the payroll alone in one winter. Paul's cook, Sourdough Sam, had only one leg and one arm but he and 267 flunk'es fed Puul's lumbering crew. Pancakes were made on a griddle so large that you couldn't see across it. Sixteen lored boys with bacon tied to their shoes greased the griddle. The enormous pancakes were carried to tables on conveyor belts. Big Joe, the master cook, made sausages as large as logs to go with the paucakes-fifty-fifty rabbit and horse meat. Huge doughnets were carried on long poles by two men. Big Joe called Paul's lumberjacks to meals by blowing Paul's dinnerhorn. The first time he below so hard that he knocked down several sections of timber and blew some of the luraber jacks so far away that it took then a day to get back to camp. In the early days, Paul had his triubles. Mosquitoes weighing a pound, wingspread 12 or 14 inches, mated with giant bees, produced offspring having stingers fore and aft


Only A Turpentine Still Down South
Title:
Only A Turpentine Still Down South
White Border PM 1928

Description:
Making Whiskey or Moonshine?





Total: 158 Items