Tag: covid19

  • 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 Postcards Part XI

    Poster Postcards Part XI

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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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Past Article

Eleanor “Ellie” McCrackin

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History likes heroes; no matter what! Can you imagine that Paul Revere was not always a notable revolutionary patriot? The truth is, Revere gain little fame for his “Midnight Ride” in April 1775. He was nearly forgotten until Henry Longfellow wrote a poem that embellished Revere’s role in the events of that night.

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