Tag: Sampson Brothers Postcards

  • Come On Postcards

    Come On Postcards

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    In an up-coming article Postcard History readers will discover, in an article about military post office operations that mail from the homeland to the battlelines was thought by military brass to be essential and it took priority – often in front of guns and bullets. It is safe to say any mail – even nonsense…

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Don Preziosi

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For a time in America and around the world, everyone knew Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. It may very well be that right now in some restaurant, some place in the USA, a five-year old is asking his mommy, “Who is Roy Rogers?” Twenty-five years have passed since Roy died. It’s delightful that postcards can help us remember a gentle man and his horse.

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