Tag: real photo postcards

  • Identifying Real Photo Postcards Using Crowdsourcing

    Identifying Real Photo Postcards Using Crowdsourcing

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    Crowdsourcing. Yes, I too thought of it as two words, but in 2006 Merriam-Webster defined crowdsourcing as a noun meaning the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people and especially from the online community rather than from traditional employees or suppliers. Read about how a…

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  • A Social History of the Bicycle as Depicted on Real Photo Post Cards

    A Social History of the Bicycle as Depicted on Real Photo Post Cards

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    Which came first, the postcard or the bicycle? It does not matter for it seems like they were made for each other. Bicycles on real-photo postcards has been a popular topic for over forty years. Postcard History welcomes, Gerry Biron, a new contributor who seems to have his handlebars pointed where bicycles join postcards.

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Past Article

Ray Hahn
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Alcatraz Island sits in San Francisco Bay just over a mile offshore, but the mystery stretches for many miles. It is a place filled with history that would take volumes to recount, but today we will examine just the prison years, a couple of prisoners, and a postcard.

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