I just love old postcards and souvenirs, so these black and white photographs of San Antonio, Texas do the trick for me. They were probably taken in the 1940’s, for the tourist market as they came in a paper envelope that was ready to be mailed. The original real photos measured only 2 x 3 inches, so I scanned them at a high resolution and enlarged them so you can see them here. Love that Texas sign in the first one!
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