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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
These color lithograph views of Jerusalem came out of a souvenir book that was dated 1908. Check them out! You won’t be disappointed.
Here are some more souvenir photos, this time New York City. They came in the package that you can see here, and all twenty were still inside. I wish I could date these views precisely, but with the emphasis on … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
I love everything about vintage luggage labels; the colors, the graphic design, the romantic images of mountains, hotels, and bellboy caps. It is the era they evoke as well. What fun it must have been to take the Orient Express, … Continue reading
The colors and graphic design of these old luggage labels just take my breath away. I want to curl up with a Henry James novel or watch a Merchant-Ivory movie. Click on each image to be redirected to my Etsy … Continue reading