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I found this little box of postcards at a flea market recently. The man selling them said they belonged to his father who served in Japan after World War II. He held on to them all his life, along with … Continue reading
I’ve always loved Japan. I visited once, with my mom, in 1986. My dad was a Pan Am pilot and one of the amazing benefits back then was free tickets for family members. I remember seeing Mount Fuji during my visit – it … Continue reading
Here are the most charming vintage Christmas cards I have ever seen. I bought them in Paris over thirty years ago when as I young student I would go to the flea markets every weekend, looking for old postcards and … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I found an old souvenir photo book with images of Rome. The city seems almost deserted, and quite peaceful in the pictures.