Dark haired women…

Must say, I’m all in favor of her philosophy. Not much to go on as far as information. The white border, use of gaudy dyes and the one cent stamp leads me to think 1930s or 1940s. Did find a forum post that has some background on the company here. Found in a thrift store in West Fork, Arkansas.

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Medical Center

Use to do a lot of graphic design and always was in the market for older images to scan and incorporate into work. Those days have long gone by but I’ve kept all the old postcards collected over the years. Anyway, this looks to be 1950s or 1960s era postcard material.

University of Missouri. Columbia Medical Center.

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November thrift finds

These are images from a box of slides labeled Newark Park, Moms & Mrs Crawford, Mothers Day, 1965, Trees In Roosevelt Park. Found in a thrift market in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

15 AUG 63
13 JUL 69
12 JUL 69
11 JUL 69

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August 1963

This image is from a box of slides labeled Newark Park, Moms & Mrs Crawford, Mothers Day, 1965, Trees In Roosevelt Park. But as the case usually goes, there are slides mixed in with this particular set dating prior to the label and probably not associated with the title. Looks to be from up north somewhere. Never spent much time up that way so maybe someone who sees this can give me an idea of where it might be. Found in a thrift market in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

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T. A. Manning

T. A. Manning 322 The Pike. Long Beach, California.

The AZO stamp box indicates that the postcard was produced between 1904 and 1918. Hard to believe this card is over 100 years old. Found in a thrift market in Prairie Grove, Arkansas.

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