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  • The Artists and Their Passenger Lines

    The Artists and Their Passenger Lines

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] The Artists and Their Passenger Lines ATTENTION: Art enthusiasts, Art lovers, Art historians. PLEASE IDENTIFY the following: Dixon, Reid, Schipperus, Edler, Cassiers, Feiertag, Kircher, Bohrdt, Rooke, and Rosenvinge. And, others! Reach over your shoulder and pat yourself on the back if you know one or more of these names. If you are an…

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Nathaniel Sener mailed a Jewish Welfare Board postcard home to his mother in 1919. He was not alone; it could be that as many as 800,000 soldiers and sailors, members of the US Army and Navy, did the same. Nat, as his family called him, lived on a western Maryland farm and most of his life was a mirror of the early 20th century. Learn about this interesting set of postcards and Nat Sener, too. Our newest feature will show just how much history a postcard can teach.

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