The title of this musical comedy, The Girl and the Moon comes from an ancient Siberian fairy
The American Civil War is without doubt the most studied, talked about, disputed, scrutinized, and unforgettable event since the gavel dropped
A friend recently mailed me a card and it came to mind that the image has appeared in many editions over the years.
In the television program M*A*S*H (season 8 – episode 4, aired October 8, 1979) entitled Goodbye, Radar, the camp’s generator fails
I want to invite each and every one of you to meet us on Reynolds Square, in Savannah, Georgia after the Covid-19 crisis. Right
As far back as anyone remembers, Cecil Cornish and his parents, Boyd (known to his friends as Bo) and Lizzie
A favorite question asked on TV trivia programs is, “How many punctuation marks are used in English?” I’ve heard this question
The granddaddy of the American Mailing Card is the Lipman Postal Card of 1872. It is the first private postcard successfully marketed
First Sunday Mystery Card
Postcard History’s mystery card for November is a photograph copyrighted in 1903 by John F.
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