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  • October 18, 1925 – The last day of the S.S. Comanche

    October 18, 1925 – The last day of the S.S. Comanche

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] October 18, 1925 The last day of the S.S. Comanche In the last two decades of the 19th century and well into the 1930s, the best route to Florida was by sea on a ship operated by the Clyde Steamship Company. Clyde was a transportation line connecting New York City with several ports…

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George Miller

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From the postcard craze to the cellphone age, the hobby of collecting postcards has changed dramatically. Today the millennials collect pictures on their phones, collectors still travel – as often as they are able – to far away cities where postcard shows (or fairs, as they say in the U.K.) to buy paper to keep in albums. What’s your choice?

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