Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happy Halloween – 1919

A Jolly Halloween.  S-619.   Made in the U.S.A. Post marked  Columbus, Ohio. Oct. 31, 1919.  Addressed to Lella [Leila] Marie Weaver, #92 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Mich.  Care of Lee G. Weaver. “Hope I see all well.  C. W. S. … Continue reading

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Halloween – 1913

Halloween,  Don’t get nervous spooks don’t bite. No post mark. No address.  Not mailed Another blank card in the collection of Lee Weaver    

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Pikes Peak Surrounded by Clouds – 1937

565 – Pikes Peak, Altitude 14,109 Feet, Surrounded by clouds.   Famous in frontier history for the slogan “Pikes Peak or Bust”.     Pikes Peak is, perhaps, America’s most famous mountain and also one of its most impressive.  Other … Continue reading

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Summit of Pikes Peak at Sunrise – 1937

517,  Summit of Pikes Peak at sunrise.   Pikes Peak is America’s most famous mountain.  113317.  For half a century Pikes Peak has been a point of pilgrimage for the tourist and sightseer.  The trip is a badge of travel. … Continue reading

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Creosote Bush on the Desert – 1937

679  Creosote Bush on the Desert.  1A-H442.  Western Publishing Co., Los Angeles, Calif. No post mark. No address. Another of the unused post cards from the Weaver automobile trip to the West Coast in 1937.    

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Ocotillo in Bloom on the Desert – 1937

669.  Ocotillo in bloom on the desert.  6A-H72.  Western Publishing & Novelty Co., Los Angeles, Calif. No post mark.  No address. Another of the unused post cards in the collection.  This on picked up by Grandpa Lee and Grandma Florence … Continue reading

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Palatial Home and Malibu Shoreline – 1937

SM 41 – Palatial home and Malibu shoreline, Roosevelt Highway, near Santa Monica, California. IA-H482.  Western Publishing & Co., Los Angeles, Calif. No post mark. No address. Another of the unused cards in Grandpa Lee’s collection.  This is probably one … Continue reading

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