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  • Poster Postcards Part IIIFresh Air for the Children

    Poster Postcards Part III

    Fresh Air for the Children

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    The British author, Kipling, wrote something to the effect that scents are stronger than sights and sounds to make the heart strings crack. This may be the adage [as paraphrased] which proves why many adults can remember the smell in grandma’s kitchen as she baked apple pies. Or lilac and honeysuckle blooms in Spring. Or…

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Bob Teevan
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A drawing of a lion, with a hidden message in his mane, is a curiosity no collector could resist. This one example of a popular postcard is neither rare nor valuable, but it certainly is interesting. The characters include a commonwealth, a symbol of courage, and a man with courageous concern for his fellowmen.

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