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4 edition of Postcard Views of Louisville from 1900 to 1920 found in the catalog.

Postcard Views of Louisville from 1900 to 1920

Gene Blasi

Postcard Views of Louisville from 1900 to 1920

A Picture Postcard History

by Gene Blasi

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Published by Gene Blasi .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11709255M
    ISBN 100964540614
    ISBN 109780964540613
    OCLC/WorldCa34224323

    Home; Catalogue; Postcards; Publishers as mentioned on card; GoCard (logo) nationwide postcard advertising tel. ; Timex "It is what it is. Are you?". Most of his work was done in the western USA, but some are found for , Kansas City, Utah, Alaska, Hawaii, Philipines, San Francisco earthquake, etc., etc.. His postcards were all published during the early 's. Many of his cards are listed in some of the other topical listings in; Walt's Postcards.


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ByLouisville was the 18th largest city in America, with a population of just over"Phone service was minimal until the late s." Postcards were today's equivalent of a digital photo attached to an e-mail, he said. His book, which reproduces more than postcard images, is the "Louisville" entry in the "Postcard History Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC.

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Buy Postcard Views of Louisville from to A Picture Postcard History by Blasi, Gene (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. The Martin F. Schmidt Photographs of Louisville contain color snapshot photographs of buildings in downtown Louisville, Kentucky shot between and The albums begin with images of downtown churches then moves to buildings from the.

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$ Postcards were first printed in the 19th century, but it took some time for them to gain in popularity; many people did not like the idea of writing notes which anyone could read.

The value of old postcards is dependent on a number of factors, including their condition, rarity, age, and subject matter. Unusual views: This pre postcard shows bookkeepers in Hong Kong, wearing traditional dress and Postcard Views of Louisville from 1900 to 1920 book the abacus. In excellent condition, this postcard would be worth $$ This lovely pre scenic view of a Norwegian fjord is worth just 50 cents to.

This privately published book by Gene Blasi offers postcard views from mainly to Despite the title I think the earliest card (postal card) included is around and the latest card is around of Bowman field.4/5. from Old Louisville (Click on a picture to open a series of vintage post card views of the present Old Louisville Historic District) When Louisville was a century younger, the relatively new "Southern Extension," the area presently known as Old Louisville, was one of the most prestigious areas of the city.

Postcards, sometimes spelled out in two words as "post cards," emerged during the late 19th century as national postal systems began to standardize and improve their delivery methods. America’s first “postal card” was copyrighted by John P.

Carlton inwho sold the rights to. Kentucky in the Early s: A Postcard Tribute provides a unique and intriguing glimpse into the history of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The images included in this book have been selected from an extensive collection of vintage postcards assembled over the last 35 years by Carl Howell, of Hodgenville, Kentucky.

"Jefferson County Armory, Louisville" ca Vintage Postcard Views of Louisville. Old Louisville Second Street Third Avenue Fourth Avenue St James Court Central Park The Confederate Monument Churches Hotels Schools The Flood Louisville (the rest of the city).

ByLouisville was the 18th largest city in America, with a population of just overThe city had a vibrant downtown with elegant office buildings and hotels and one of the finest park systems in the country, designed by the Olmsted brothers in the s.

The Brown Hotel in Louisville offered this fantastic view of the down town business section of the city. Churchill Downs was ready for a big race and packed with spectators. Both cards were produced in the 20s by Caufield & Shook and both are unused and in very good condition.

We Wish You A Crazy Christmas Postcard Book: 30 Oversized Postcards Vintage postcard imagery from through the s provide rare views of Uni List Price: $ Our Price: $ A Kentucky Primer: Postcards of Louisville by: Mary Martin, Karen Choppa. These early s erotic postcards originated in France, like the majority of similar sexually-charged postcards of the era.

In the United States, all cards of this sort were known as "French Postcards," no matter where they originated. In the '20s, the most commonly traded images contained deep plunging necklines, exposed garters, and panty peeks.

The Newton Owen Postcard Collection represents nearly a century in the life and travels of an extended Kentucky family. The earliest cards date to the late 19th century, and while the bulk of the collection dates to the periodthere are. Louisville (Postcard History) (English Edition) eBook: Findling, John E.: : Kindle StoreFormat: Kindle-editie.

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John Harvey Kellogg. Tags History, Louisville, photography, Postcard, Reviews, Series Founded in as a portage point on the lower Ohio River, Louisville was closely tied to river commerce for a century.

In the s, the Southern Exposition and the growth of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad did much to establish the city as an important commercial link. Most of the postcards from this collection date from to and depict railroad station exteriors, although some show waiting rooms, lobbies, or terminals.

Many of the postcards identify the railroads serving the station depicted as well as the station itself. The. Carl Howell and Robin Milby are award-winning authors of the book, Kentucky’s Counties: A Postcard Album (). The book was named a bronze medal winner for Best Regional Non-Fiction in the Southeastern United States in the IPPY awards.

(The book is available at ). In the company moved to Raphael House, a five storey building between Tenter Street and White Street in London and produced their first postcard showing views of London. Raphael Tuck died inhis sons continued to run and expand the business. They now had 45 sets of postcards.

What Kentucky’s Major Cities Looked Like In the s May Shock You. Louisville Especially. Things sure have changed a lot in the past 70 or so years, especially when it comes to our cities.

Louisville is our largest and busiest city. The population was booming in the s, but life here was quite different. Look to see how old the postcard is. Those dating from to are keenly collected. Many used postcards will reveal their age through dated inscriptions or postmarks.

Look also to see if the card has what is called a 'divided back,' where the back is divided into two halves. Half of this is for the address, half for the message. Home History Glossary Publishers Artists Techniques Topicals Warfare Blog Contact: Guide to Publisher’s Initials: This guide is meant to help in the identification of postcards publishers and printers when no full name appears on the some publishers used initials exclusively to identify themselves, others alternated between their full name or logo without any consistency.

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