Photo of our family business made into a postcard around 1942.
Pershing Square, Los Angeles Postcard courtesy of Western Publishing and Novelty Company. In 1866 the area known today as Pershing Square was dedicated as a public square called La Plaza Abaja (the lower plaza) by Mayor Christobal Aguilar. A year later people started calling it St Vincent’s Park since it was across the street fromContinue reading “Los Angeles, California”
Elmira News Co., Elmira, N. Y.
Los Angeles County General Hospital, 1950’s The County Hospital, costing 13 million dollars, is one of the largest and best equipped in the world. There are 123 buildings on 56 acres of ground. An average 4 thousand patients are treated daily. (This particular building was finished in 1933, and was converted to office space. AContinue reading “Los Angeles, California”
June, 1951 Regards to you and yours. Best
1950’s “One of the newest and most popular winter resorts in the “Valley of the Sun” is the spacious modern Camel Back Inn, located in the heart of the desert near Phoenix, a resort of real charm.”
March 4, 1909 — Mitchell, SD Rec’d your card last night sorry I had planned on going home, but haven’t been home for so long the folks are awfully anxious to see me. Love Postcard published by the Omaha News Company. Made in Germany.
This is a postcard, I believe from the 1950’s or thereabouts. It shows a skyline before the IDS building, before Mary Richards. The back reads “View of the skyline of downtown Minneapolis with Loring Park in the foreground. Some of the buildings in the view are the Foshay Tower, Telephone building, Medical Arts and N.W.Continue reading “Minneapolis, Minnesota”