Tag: Old Dominion Postcard Show

  • My Bargain Friday AND Bonanza Saturday

    My Bargain Friday AND Bonanza Saturday

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    A collector arrives a day early for the Old Dominion Postcard Show. So she browses the local used bookstore and comes across a coverless and battered copy of Alfred Tennyson’s Locksley Hall, for which she pays $2 plus tax. She reads it through and, next day at the show, finds the perfect postcard to illustrate…

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Bob Toal

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“Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech” is part of the first amendment of the U. S. Constitution. It went into effect on March 4, 1789. Historians are unable to agree when the first debate over censorship started, but we all know it will never end. Postcards are part of that discussion, too.

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