Oregon Symbols
Title:
Oregon Symbols
Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-21

Description:
Come drink to the State of the greatest worth Famed for lumber and cattle and wheat Her apples and cherries, and peaches and berries Grow in a climate unequalled on Earth. Here's to her people, strong, brave, true and great Here's to Oregon, our own dear home state.


Eagle Holding the State Seal of Maine
Title:
Eagle Holding the State Seal of Maine
Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-1

Description:
E.C.C. Series 206



Here's to New Jersey, "The Garden State", Though Small in Size, Her History Great
Title:
Here's to New Jersey, "The Garden State", Though Small in Size, Her History Great
New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM Apr-30

Description:
Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth Too, Brought Forth The Red, White and Blue.


Emblems of the United States of America
Title:
Emblems of the United States of America
Divided Back unused

Description:
Embossed



Montana Poem, Flag and Crops
Title:
Montana Poem, Flag and Crops
Montana (MT), Divided Back unused

Description:
Here's to the land of copper and gold. Her towering mountains with riches untold. Where through gorgeous canyons fleet rivers flow. Her majestic peaks with eternal snow. Her sons and fair daughters brae, noble and free. Who love their home and liberty. Here's to the great state of the Northwest. Goold old Montana, of all the best.


Arms of the States and Territories of the American Union
Title:
Arms of the States and Territories of the American Union
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-10



Symbols of Colorado
Title:
Symbols of Colorado
Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-27

Description:
Truly, "The Garden of the Gods" sublime. As beautiful, yet modest as the dainty columbine. As sturdy in its virtues as the mighty peaks that climb, snow clad like "Old Pikes Peak," into the sky divine.


Mountain Laurel - State Flower of Connecticut
Title:
Mountain Laurel - State Flower of Connecticut
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-2

Description:
Laurel Press



Graduate Student Massachusetts
Title:
Graduate Student Massachusetts
Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
State of Massachusetts


Mountain Laurel - State Flower of Connecticut
Title:
Mountain Laurel - State Flower of Connecticut
Connecticut (CT), Divided Back



Seal, Flower and Capitol of Nebraska
Title:
Seal, Flower and Capitol of Nebraska
Nebraska (NE), Divided Back unused

Description:
Don't think that all the gold is treasured in Alaska. For golden corn and Golden Rod enrich the state Nebraska.


"Golden Rod", Nebraska State Flower
Title:
"Golden Rod", Nebraska State Flower
Nebraska (NE), Divided Back PM 1922 Sep-25

Description:
Don't think that all the gold is treasured in Alaska, for golden corn and golden rod enrich the state Nebraska



The Great Seal of the State of Kansas
Title:
The Great Seal of the State of Kansas
Topeka Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
The city where everyone is busy and happy. The city where your hopes are realized. The city beautiful. What more do you want? Come to Topeka


Michigan State Seal and Flag
Title:
Michigan State Seal and Flag
Real Photo unused



 Hon. Charles J. Bell Official State Seal & Governor Post Card
Title:
Hon. Charles J. Bell Official State Seal & Governor Post Card
Vermont (VT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Governor of the State of Vermont


New Hampshire State Card
Title:
New Hampshire State Card
New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Daisy State Capitol, Concord N. Hampshire Lofty hill and verdant plain Mark New Hampshire's rich domain. Great is her commercial power, The daisy is her symbol flower



State Capitol, Trailing Arbutus Wisconsin State Flower
Title:
State Capitol, Trailing Arbutus Wisconsin State Flower
Madison Wisconsin (WI), Divided Back

Description:
Within the grand old forest's gloom, Trailing Arbutus lifts its bloom. All hail Wisconsin's chosen flower, All hail the state of wealth and power


Trailing Arbutus and State Capitol
Title:
Trailing Arbutus and State Capitol
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back

Description:
Bravely pushing through lingering snows, First in spring Trailing Arbutus grows, It gave the pilgrims hope and cheer, Massachusetts symbol every deer



State Flag of Pennsylvania
Title:
State Flag of Pennsylvania
Linen unused

Description:
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Flag The State Flag now in use was adapted and prescribed by an Act of the General Assembly approved June 13, 1907. Above the motto, "Virtue, Liberty, and Independence," are seen two horses which act as the supporters for the shield on which are shown a ship under sail, a plough, and three sheaves. The crest is an eagle, with wings spread in attitude of rising


Oregon Song
Title:
Oregon Song
Linen unused

Description:
Oregon, oh Oregon, out where the tall trees grow. Oregon, oh Oregon, the state you ought to know. Oregon, oh Oregon, majestic ranges high. Fishing streams and mountain lakes, where snowcaps touch the sky. Oregon, oh Oregon, with valleys broad and fair. Romance rides on ev'ry breeze, and roses scent the air. Oregon, oh Oregon, the land our fathers won; Oh come and live in Paradise, in dear old Oregon. Oregon, oh Oregon, your highways are most grand. Beaches fair beyond compare, beside the sunset strand. Oregon, oh Oregon, your rivers deep and wide. Latent wealth of energy within their depths they hide



Arms of the States and Territories of the American Union
Title:
Arms of the States and Territories of the American Union
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Columbine - Colorado's State Flower
Title:
The Columbine - Colorado's State Flower
Divided Back



Flag and Great Seal of Texas
Title:
Flag and Great Seal of Texas
Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-9

Description:
The flag of Texas shows a single star, from which the name "The Lone Star State" is derived; this was to represent isolation of the Commonwealth; the first flag of white with a fifteen pointed azure star - was presented in 1835 to the Georgia Battalion, then fighting for Texan liberty. The Seal and Arms of the Republic showed a white star on a blue field surrounded by live oak and olive branches, and is in use by the state today


Arms of the States and Territories of the American Union
Title:
Arms of the States and Territories of the American Union
Divided Back unused



The Mississippi State Capitol
Title:
The Mississippi State Capitol
Jackson Mississippi (MS), Divided Back unused

Description:
The State Capitol of Mississippi is located in the city of Jackson. The State has an area of 46,810 square miles, and was admitted to the Union in 1817. The floral emblem of the State is the magnolia. Mississippi takes its name from the Mississippi River, an Indian word signifying the "union of many streams."


The Nebraska State Capitol
Title:
The Nebraska State Capitol
Lincoln Nebraska (NE), Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-6

Description:
Located in Lincoln, Nebraska, contains 77,510 square miles, and has its state flower the goldenrod. The State was admitted to the Union in 1867. Nebraska (the word is of Indian origin) derived its name from its principal river



The Tennessee State Capitol
Title:
The Tennessee State Capitol
Nashville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


The Mississippi State Capitol, Jackson, MS
Title:
The Mississippi State Capitol, Jackson, MS
Divided Back unused

Description:
State Capitols U.S.A Series 2454 The State Capitol of Mississippi is located in the city of Jackson. The State has an area of 46,810 square miles, and was admitted to the Union in 1817. The floral emblem of the State is the magnolia. Mississippi takes its name from the Mississippi River, an Indian word signifying the "union of many streams."



View of State Capitol, Flower, and Shield
Title:
View of State Capitol, Flower, and Shield
Austin Texas (TX), Divided Back PM 1909 May-19

Description:
Blue Bonnet - Texas State Flower State Capitol - Austin, Texas A star of hope, A flowerlet blue, And greetings from, A Texan true


Views of Iowa
Title:
Views of Iowa
Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
"In all that is good, Iowa affords the best." Iowa was admitted as a state Dec. 28, 1846. The Capitol was built 1873-1886 at a cost of $3,296,256. The domes are plated with 22-carat gold. The mural "Westward" hangs at the head of the grand stairway



The Great Seal of the State of Utah
Title:
The Great Seal of the State of Utah
Linen unused

Description:
Utah was founded in 1847 by a company of "Mormon" pioneers under the leadership of an emblem signifying industry. Utah became a state in 1896. This seal was adopted April 3, 1896 by the first state legislature which was held in Salt Lake City from January to April 1896


Anemone, State Flower and Greetings from South Dakota
Title:
Anemone, State Flower and Greetings from South Dakota
South Dakota (SD), Divided Back PM 1910 Dec-5



State Seal of New Jersey
Title:
State Seal of New Jersey
Linen unused

Description:
The new state seal was designed in accordance with a description for the same in Joint Resolution No. 8, Laws of 1928. The design in the main follows along the lines of the original seal but the date, 1776, is set out in Arabic figures instead of the Roman Numerals formerly employed, and the motto "Liberty and Prosperity" never before authorized, is now a part of the Seal. The description of the Seal in the Joint Resolution above referred to also states the heraldic colors and tinctures to be used when the arms of the Seal are illuminated


Empire State
Title:
Empire State
New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Here's to our glorious empire state, long may she lead the nation. In wealth, in art, in commerce great she holds the highest station. Her praises ring through all the land, by her we'll true and steadfast stand. All hail to the empires state



State Seal of New Jersey
Title:
State Seal of New Jersey
New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
The new State Seal (depicted) was designed in accordance with a description for the same in Joint Resolution No. 8, Laws of 1928. The design in the main follows along the lines of the original seal but the date, 1776, is set out in Arabic figures instead of in the Roman numerals formerly employed, and the motto "Liberty and Prosperity," never before authorized, is now part of the Seal. The description of the seal in the Joint Resolution above referred to also states the heraldic colors and tinctures to be used when the arms of the Seal are illuminated


Oregon Song
Title:
Oregon Song
Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Oregon Song Music by Isa Botten - Words by Walter E. Meacham Oregon, oh Oregon, out where the tall trees grow, Oregon, oh Oregon, the state you ought to know. Oregon, oh Oregon, majestic ranges high, Fishing streams and mountain lakes, where snowcaps touch the sky. Oregon, oh Oregon, with valleys broad and fair, Romance rides on ev'ry breeze, and roses scent the air. Oregon, oh Oregon, the land our fathers won; Oh come and live in Paradise; in dear old Oregon. Oregon, oh Oregon, Your highways are most grand. Beaches fair beyond compare beside the sunset strand. Oregon, oh Oregon, Your rivers deep and wide, Latent wealth of energy, within their deptsh they hide



Kentucky State Flowre and Capitol
Title:
Kentucky State Flowre and Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fair Women are Kentucky's dower The Golden rod her chosen flower and may this emblem ever wave Over loyal sons both true and brave


Nebraska State Flower and State Capitol
Title:
Nebraska State Flower and State Capitol
Lincoln Nebraska (NE), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-14

Description:
Don't think that all the gold Is treasured in Alaska, For golden corn and Golden Rod Enrich the state Nebraska



Rhode Island State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Rhode Island State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back unused

Description:
Rhode Island good and true, Our fond hearts cling to you, You are as pure as morning dew And fair as your own violet blue. "Violet" Rhode Island State Flower State Capitol, Providence, Rhode Island


South Carolina State Flower and Capitol
Title:
South Carolina State Flower and Capitol
Columbia South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Dear South Carolina's symbol fair, Roses red we fondly wear. In wealth and beauty richly blest, We boast our state among the best



Montana State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Montana State Flower and Capitol
Helena Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1912 Dec-1

Description:
I'm in the land of pine and air, Of mountain squirrel and grizzly bear, In the land of Bitter Root and Sage Brush too, Where trout filled streams are not a few


New Hampshire State Flower and Capitol
Title:
New Hampshire State Flower and Capitol
Concord New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Lofty hill and verdant plain Mark New Hampshire's rich domain. Great is her commercial power, The daisy is her symbol flower



Oregon State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Oregon State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back unused

Description:
Queen of the Northwest - Oregon The ocean coast she reigns upon And the emblem of her verdure fair Is rich wild grape, with clusters rare. "Oregon Grape" State Flower of Oregon State Capitol Salem Oregon


Pennsylvania State Card
Title:
Pennsylvania State Card
Harrisburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back

Description:
Sail on, O ship of state O Pennsylvania good and great Mid storm of battle hour Thou wert the nation's first great power



Rose - New York State Flower
Title:
Rose - New York State Flower
Albany New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Proud New York, the Empire State, In her wealth of commerce great, The Royal rose her chosen flower, Beauty claims as well as power


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Nashville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fair sunny Tennessee, Thou land of chivalry, Modest daisy is thy flower, Pride and worth they state-hood dower



Texas State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Texas State Flower and Capitol
Austin Texas (TX), Divided Back unused

Description:
A star of hope, A flowerlet Blue, And greetings from A Texan true


Vermont State Flower and State Capitol
Title:
Vermont State Flower and State Capitol
Montpelier Vermont (VT), Divided Back unused

Description:
Vermont is called "Green Mountain State" For worth and wealth we deem her great, Her emblem clover doth exhale Perfume from each hill and vale



Missouri State Flower and State Capitol
Title:
Missouri State Flower and State Capitol
Jefferson Missouri (MO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Over Missouri's sun-kissed plain, There grows the symbol of her reign, Her sceptre is fair golden rod It waves o'er rich and verdant sod


State Capitol. Olympia, Washington
Title:
State Capitol. Olympia, Washington
Olympia Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Washington state named for the great and as grand as her namesake is she. Here's her building of state, her flower sedate, and a greeting card from me to thee



Wisconsin State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Wisconsin State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back unused

Description:
Within the grand old forest's gloom, Trailing Arbutus lifts its bloom. All hail Wisconsin's chosen flower, All hail the state of wealth and power. Trailing Arbutus, Wisconsin State Flower State Capitol, Madison Wis


Wyoming State Flor and Capitol
Title:
Wyoming State Flor and Capitol
Cheyenne Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Wyoming's skyes are blue, Wyoming's hearts are true. And as a symbol of these two, Her emblem flower is gentian blue



Illinois state flower and state capitol
Title:
Illinois state flower and state capitol
Springfield Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM Apr-23

Description:
O Illinois with azure lake, High in rank thy cities take, Yet tender as thy heart so true Thy emblem flower, the violet blue


Connecticut State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Connecticut State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back unused

Description:
Connecticut, our own loved state, Prosperous, powerful and great; The Mountain Laurel, emblem thine, For Laurel wreath is victory's sign. Rhododendron Connecticut State Flower State Capitol, Hartford Conn



Georgia State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Georgia State Flower and Capitol
Atlanta Georgia (GA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The cotton field and sugar cane Enrich fair Georgia's wide domain. A state of beauty and of power, Her emblem is Magnolia flower


Indiana State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Indiana State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back unused

Description:
Plentiful is Nature's manna Golden corn of Indiana, O good and fair and great We hail our own loved state. "Corn" Indiana State Flower State Capitol, Indianapolis, Indiana



California State Flower and Capitol
Title:
California State Flower and Capitol
Sacramento California (CA), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-25

Description:
From out of the Golden West I greet you; From the land of romance and flowers, Hoping some day I may meet you In a quaint Old Mission of ours


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Des Moines Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Iowa's Flower the Sweet Wild Rose, Is the fairest flower that grows It decks her rich domain Where peace and plenty reign Wild Rose Iowa State Flower



Kansas State Flower
Title:
Kansas State Flower
Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
Rich with fields of corn and wheat, Gleaned from nature's richest dower - Peerless Kansas on the plains - Even the sun has kissed our flower


Christmas Greetings From Washington
Title:
Christmas Greetings From Washington
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Rhododendron,State Flower Beautiful trot make and Mt,Adams



Columbine
Title:
Columbine
Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6195 Symbol of greatness, mountains rise, Neath Colorado's sunny skies. Both pure and royal is her sign. The white and purple columbine.


Columbine
Title:
Columbine
Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1908 May-06

Description:
Colorado State Flower



Colorado
Title:
Colorado
Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-05

Description:
Truly “The Garden of the Gods” sublime, As beautiful, yet modest as the dainty “Columbine,” As sturdy in its virtues as the mighty peaks that climb Snow clad, like “Old Pike's Peak,” into the sky divine.


Oregon Grape
Title:
Oregon Grape
Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
“Oregon Grape” State flower of Oregon. Queen of the Northwest – Oregon The ocean coast she reigns upon And the emblem of her verdure fair Is rich wild grape, with clusters care. Mt. Hood.



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Concord New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Daisy New Hampshire State Card. Lofty hill and verdant plain Mark New Hampshire's rich domain, Great is her commercial power, The daisy is her symbol flower.


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Helena Montana (MT), Divided Back PM 1915 Jan-04

Description:
Bitter Root Montana State Flower. I'm in the land of pine and air. Of mountain squirrel and grizzly bear, In the land of Bitter Root and Sage Brush too, Where trout filled streams are not a few.



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Olympia Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Rhododendron Washington State Flower. Washington State, named for the great, And as grand as her namesake is she, Here's her building of state, her flower sedate, and a greeting from me to thee.


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Providence Rhode Island (RI), Divided Back unused

Description:
“Violet” Rhode Island State Flower. Rhode Island good and true, Our fond hearts cling to you, You are as pure as morning dew And fair as your own violet blue.



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Trailing Arbutus Massachusetts State Card. Bravely pushing through lingering snows, First in Spring Trailing Arbutus grows. It gave the Pilgrims hope and cheer, Massachusetts' symbol ever dear.


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Golden Rod Kentucky State Flower. Fair Women are Kentucky's dower The Golden Rod her ehosen Flower and may this emblem ever wave Over loyal sons both true and brave



Syringa Idaho State Flower
Title:
Syringa Idaho State Flower
Idaho (ID), Divided Back unused

Description:
With this space and bit of ink I fear I can not make you think Of all the nice things I'd have you know of our fair sister Idaho. Shoshone Falls


Sunflower
Title:
Sunflower
Divided Back PM May-09

Description:
Series 6026 State Flower of Kansas. Rich with fields of corn and wheat, Gleaned from Nature's richest dower- Peerless Kansas on the Plains- Even the sun has kissed our flower.



Royal Hawaiian Coat of Arms
Title:
Royal Hawaiian Coat of Arms
Hawaii (HI), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
"Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aima I Ka Pono."


Sunflower and Seal of Kansas
Title:
Sunflower and Seal of Kansas
Topeka Kansas (KS), Divided Back

Description:
The city where everyone is busy and happy. The city where your hopes are realized. The city beautiful. What more do you want? Come to Topeka



New Hampshire Governor John McLane
Title:
New Hampshire Governor John McLane
New Hampshire (NH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
State Capitol Concord N.H. Russian-Japanese Peace Conference Building Portsmouth, N.H. August 1905 State Seal


Washington State Girl Seal and Flower (Rhododendron)
Title:
Washington State Girl Seal and Flower (Rhododendron)
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused



State Flower of Connecticut - Mountain Laurel
Title:
State Flower of Connecticut - Mountain Laurel
Divided Back unused


Land of the Long Leaf Pine
Title:
Land of the Long Leaf Pine
North Carolina (NC), White Border unused

Description:
Here's the land of the Long Leaf Pine, The summer land where the sun doth shine, Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great, Here's to down home the Old North State



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Trenton New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fair New Jersey, gem of the coast, Thy worth and beauty be our boast, May Golden Rod a symbol be Of wealth and power, dear state, for thee


Ohio State Card
Title:
Ohio State Card
Columbus Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Scarlet Carnation - Ohio State Flower Ohio reigns a queen The East and West between, Carnation is her flower and great her wealth and power



Maine State Symbol and Capitol
Title:
Maine State Symbol and Capitol
Augusta Maine (ME), Divided Back unused

Description:
Oh sturdy Maine, so true and brave. Thou launchest fleets upon the wave. Value and courage are thine own, Thy chosen emblem a pine cone


Maryland State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Maryland State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-12

Description:
Richly decked is Maryland's sod Mid verdure blooms her Golden Rod. Fair, glorious state to thee we kneel, And all they sons are true as steel. "Goldenrod" Maryland State Flower State Capitol, Annapolis, Maryland



Virginia State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Virginia State Flower and Capitol
Charleston West Virginia (WV), Divided Back unused

Description:
On West Virginia's hill and vale Blooms rhododendron fair, and truth and love that never fail, Grow in her hearts and blossom there


Mississippi State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Mississippi State Flower and Capitol
Jackson Mississippi (MS), Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-9

Description:
Fair Mississippi, cotton state, In wealth and beauty thou art great The sweet magnolia blossoms here We hold this emblem ever dear



Delaware State Flower and State Capitol
Title:
Delaware State Flower and State Capitol
Dover Delaware (DE), Divided Back unused

Description:
Dear Delaware upon the sea, O, proud we are thy sons to be, For thou hast blessings rare for each, Thy emblem's blossom of the peach


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Boise Idaho (ID), Divided Back unused

Description:
With this space and bit of ink, I fear I cannot make you think Of all the nice things I'd have you know Of our fair sister Idaho



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Tallahassee Florida (FL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Oh sea kissed Florida, robed in flowers, so fair are thy perfumed sunlit bowers. The orange blossoms crown thy brow, for like a beauteous bride art thou


Alabama State Capitol and State Flower
Title:
Alabama State Capitol and State Flower
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Fair Alabama richly blest, Your name meaneth, "Here we rest," Endowed with Nature's treasures rare, The violet is your emblem fair. "Violet" Alabama State Flower State Capitol, Montgomery, Ala



Colorado State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Colorado State Flower and Capitol
Denver Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Symbol of greatness, mountains rise, 'Neath Colorado's sunny skies, Both pure and royal is her sign, The white and purple columbine


Massachusetts State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Massachusetts State Flower and Capitol
Boston Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Bravely pushing through lingering snows, First in spring Trailing Arbutus grows. It gave the pilgrims hope and cheer, Massachusetts symbol ever dear



Arkansas State Flower and Capitol
Title:
Arkansas State Flower and Capitol
Little Rock Arkansas (AR), Divided Back PM 1910 Mar-21

Description:
The emblem apple blossom fair, For our dear Arkansas, we wear, Timber and miens the state doth hold But her true worth is more than gold


Crescit Eundo
Title:
Crescit Eundo
New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909 Jan-01

Description:
Educational Series 2726 Capitol at Santa Fe. New Mexico. Area, 122,580 Square Miles, Organized As a Territory, Sept, 9. 1850



Columbine The Pride Of Colorado
Title:
Columbine The Pride Of Colorado
Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-18

Description:
U. S. Signal station. Top of pikes peak


Illinois Eagle
Title:
Illinois Eagle
Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1919 Apr-18



Pasque South Dakota State Flower
Title:
Pasque South Dakota State Flower
South Dakota (SD), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-00

Description:
Royal purple is its hue South Dakotas Pasque. I send this bloom with love to you Think of me, I ask.


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Harrisburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pennsylvania State Card. Sail on, O Ship of state O Pennsylvania good and great Mid storm of battle hour Thou wert the nation's first great power.



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
St. Paul Minnesota (MN), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-24

Description:
Moccasin Minnesota State Flower. Minnesota, gem o the north, Both fields and forests tell thy worth. Our love and praises thou dost win, Emblem dear is the moccasin.


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Atlanta Georgia (GA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Magnolia Georgia State Card. The cotton field and sugar cane Enrich fair Georgia's wide domain. A state of beauty and of power, He emblem is Magnolia Flower.



Sunflower
Title:
Sunflower
Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused

Description:
“Sunflower” Nevada State Flower. Golden Sunshine on thy plains, In thy mountains, golden veins, Truly hath the sunflower told, That thou art as good as gold.


Washington Mansion
Title:
Washington Mansion
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
“Dogwood” Virginia State Flower. Oh Proud “Dominion State.” Virginia's gifts are great, Hill and plain yield wealth to thee Our boast, the blood of F.F.V.



Rhododendron
Title:
Rhododendron
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1910 Rhododendron Washington State Flower. Mr. Rainer Height 14,526 Ft. I can't send a bit of turquoise sky, Or the glow of the setting sun. Here's the good luck sign of a hundred lands, And the flower of Washington.




Total: 101 Items