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  • Tags: Postcards

Mount Morris Dam - No2 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored illustration of Mount Morris Dam appears on the front of the postcard. No back to card.

High Banks - No.04 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored illustration of High Banks at Great Bend appears on the front of the postcard, accompanied by unused back.

Statue and Council House - No.14 -Front.jpeg
Handcolored postcard of Mary Jemison Statue and the Council House appear on the front of the postcard, accompanied by unused back.

Glen Iris - No.36 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored postcard of The Glen Iris Inn appears on the front of the postcard, accompanied by a unused back.

The Mueseum - No.34 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored postcard of The Museum appears on the front of the postcard, accompanied by a unused back.

Wolf Creek Falls - No.39 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored illustration of Wolf Creek appears on the front of the postcard, accompanied by a unused back.

Lower Fall - No26 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored illustration of The Lower Falls appears on the front of the postcard, accompanied by a message on the back, "I didn't see these flowers but I guess they do grow here."

Upper Fall and Bridge - No.21 - Front.jpeg
Handcolored postcard of Upper Fall and Portage Bridge appears on the front of the postcard, accompanied by an unused back.

Light's Mill@2x.jpg
Real-photo postcard shows a mill site alongside Conesus Creek where Emme Light rebuilt after a fire had destroyed an earlier one named "Glen Avon." He retained that name, and became well known for his trademarked varieties of flour: Peerless, Sweet…

1--Paul Smith Hotel.jpg
The publisher Louis Prang was a noted producer of high-end chromoliths, often of original paintings, but he also published smaller and more affordable works. He had learned during the Civil War that souvenir prints of popular generals sold well, and…
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