Tag: A Social History of the Bicycle

  • A Social History of the Bicycle as Depicted on Real Photo Post Cards

    A Social History of the Bicycle as Depicted on Real Photo Post Cards

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    Which came first, the postcard or the bicycle? It does not matter for it seems like they were made for each other. Bicycles on real-photo postcards has been a popular topic for over forty years. Postcard History welcomes, Gerry Biron, a new contributor who seems to have his handlebars pointed where bicycles join postcards.

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Past Article

Tony Crumbley

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Young successful women, in a man’s world at the turn of the 20th century was quite uncommon. But in a case of talent winning over those with bias, a young photographer, Mary Bayard Morgan, convinced the General at the National Guard base in Morehead City, N. C., that photos of his soldiers were good for morale.

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