Sunday, July 7, 2013

Free Vintage Printable - 1912 Postcard

Many Happy Days...
 Letters and postcards are a thing of the past...

Well, it's still fun to send {and receive!}a postcard from
a vacationing destination to a friend or
 relative who might appreciate it...

I remember waiting for letters to arrive from
random pen pals in the 1980's...those were the days!

{Back of postcard}
It cost a penny to mail a postcard over 100 years ago...
No zip codes yet.

Telephones were very rare in 1912, not all households had them.

Therefore, sending a postcard or letter 
was the most common form of 
communication via long distance...♥

If the message was urgent, then a telegram was sent!

Most folks met up face-to-face to visit...

It's interesting and fascinating how times 
have changed over the years...

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  1. BEAUTIFUL POST PAMELA!!!! I MISS those days too!!! I too remember waiting for letters from Pen Pals! :) THANKS PAMELA!!!!!:)

  2. What a pretty post card! Thank you!

  3. Hi Pamela, This is such a pretty post card. I wish people still sent cards and letters. I still do. Visits were always fun to talk to someone. The phone just does not compare. Thanks for the image. Edwina Brown


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