Tag: coronavirus

  • HEALTH EDUCATION POSTCARDS

    HEALTH EDUCATION POSTCARDS

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    Infectious disease has threatened mankind since the dawn of time. Read on to get a postcard collector’s perspective of how epidemics have been dealt with through the years.

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  • Joy Is One Postcard Away

    Joy Is One Postcard Away

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    The coronavirus pandemic has made home-bodies out of us all. Except for our mail carrier, I haven’t seen anyone but my wife in six days, but I have plenty of company – the piles of recently purchased postcards on my desk. Join me in finding Joy.

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  • Poster Postcard Series #11

    Poster Postcard Series #11

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    Today’s episode was be #11 in the series, but it was hijacked last week when the card you see here appeared in my mailbox. It fits all the requirements of a poster postcard, however it is not attractive, it is not innovative, and it shows no sign of creative talent. Nevertheless, it is a poster!…

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  • An Easy Way to See the World in the Age of Coronavirus

    An Easy Way to See the World in the Age of Coronavirus

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    Dear Fellow Collectors, The situation of our world today is far outside my realm of understanding. Many of you join me, for we find ourselves unable to define our spirit in common terms. Like everyone else says, “These are unprecedented times.” It sounds so hackneyed, doesn’t it? Yet, postcard collectors have a unique escape from…

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Past Article

Tony Crumbley

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Tony Crumbley The 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair In my high school years, I supported my habits by delivering daily newspapers.  In 1964, the newspaper sponsored an opportunity to win a trip to the New York World’s Fair. All a carrier had to do was fine new subscribers to the newspaper. I took on the […]

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