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    Jewish Welfare Board Ship Postcards

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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…

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Daniel Friedman

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Livermore & Knight, a Providence, Rhode Island printing and engraving company came early to the world of postcards. Today, cards from that era are known as pioneers. There are many who collect these early cards, simply because they were the first available, but there are other reason too. They are beautiful, cleverly made and very well crafted. This storyoffers an idea of what one company was able to accomplish.

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