Author: Bonnie Wilpon

  • About Face

    About Face

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    Every once in a while, I see a face that brings a particular character trait to life for me. When I find a postcard with such a face, I just have to have it. It doesn’t matter whether the card is domestic or foreign, new or old, in excellent or poor condition — it just…

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  • A Day at Disney World

    A Day at Disney World

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    Disney World creates life-long memories for all who visit. Those who go there share their experiences by sending postcards. Read about the author’s visit to that magic Kingdom.

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  • Punny Postcards

    Punny Postcards

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    Many postcard collectors have serious collections. They’re interested in preserving home town history, amassing and cataloging every postcard printed by a particular publisher or studying the changes in technology over time. But sometimes, postcards are just plain fun!

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  • How Old Is That Postcard

    How Old Is That Postcard

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    This primer for the novice collector will aid in learning the age of a postcard and understanding the characteristics of social and technological advances in printing and manufacturing of postcards around the world. Much of what Americans collect today had its beginnings in Europe; even older cards from your hometown may carry the “Printed in…

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  • All the Single Ladies

    All the Single Ladies

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    Today most young women know that they can get an education and launch a fulfilling career. They can choose to marry or not, have children or not and be self-sufficient. The course of their lives depends mostly upon themselves—not upon getting married to a man to take care of them.

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  • How About Those Quiz Kids?

    How About Those Quiz Kids?

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    The Quiz Kids were part of American culture for many years. In a time when children were to be seen and not heard, the entire country listened to them, secretly proud to now and then know a quiz answer themselves. Today’s gifted children owe their acceptance to these Kids. Learn about their later accomplishments.

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  • The Tlingits: their life and legends

    The Tlingits: their life and legends

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    Not only the Native American people, but their art and culture have too long been ignored by modern society. Our lives are busy, but we must stop to reflect on our past. Thankfully history challenges us to pay attention to men like the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson, who first went to Alaska as a Presbyterian…

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  • States Poke Fun At Themselves Through Postcards

    States Poke Fun At Themselves Through Postcards

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    It does not matter where you live or where you travel, you can always use a good laugh at yourself. Here are some Postcards that provide you with a good giggle or a big belly laugh. Enjoy!

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  • CHRISTMAS—THE WAY IT NEVER WAS

    CHRISTMAS—THE WAY IT NEVER WAS

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    Seldom is there a more joyous sight than watching a child open a present from Santa. It make it all worth the effort. Enjoy this article about how Christmas never was.

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  • Remembering Classic Television Stars

    Remembering Classic Television Stars

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    Postcards showing many classic television stars may be found at almost every postcard show. The cards remind us of people we miss. In this stroll down the memory lane of TV stardom, we’ll look back at some of the best.

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Past Article

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The Tango, once condemned as a scandalous and disgraceful dance, done only in South American bars and bordellos, won acceptance in New York when Rudolph Valentino danced in a Manhattan nightclub. Today, the tango is an artform admired around the world. Aye, the world has changed!

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