Tag: Anthropomorphic Postcards

  • Edith Curtis and her Anthropomorphic (an(t)-thrə-pə-ˈmȯr-fik) Postcards

    Edith Curtis and her Anthropomorphic (an(t)-thrə-pə-ˈmȯr-fik) Postcards

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] Edith Curtis and her Anthropomorphic (an(t)-thrə-pə-ˈmȯr-fik) Postcards By Eleanor “Ellie” McCrackin Okay, all of you philosophical individuals who collect anthropomorphic postcards; let’s make a list: cats, dogs, rabbits, bears, birds, mice, squirrels, horses, and the list may become infinite. Well, maybe not infinite, but vast. So, what’s Anthropomorphic all about? Anthropomorphic has two…

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Ray Hahn

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One real photo postcard held by a patient collector for more than two decades opens a story of education and how it changes the lives of many people in many ways. It also introduces you to historic personalities and demonstrates how eerie coincidence is and why it is so much fun when it happens to you!

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