This new 2014, sixty page, full color book shows many vintage postcards of Eustis, Florida from 1905 to 1950. There are many wonderful postcards of an age never to be seen again of "old time... More > Eustis" scenes of hotels, homes, street and buildings. This book is a great gift for those who live in or near Eustis, Florida or enjoy vintage postcards. Interior pages in full color as seen in the original postcards along with the covers in color.< Less
CASTINE, THE BEST HISTORICAL, COASTAL, SMALL TOWN IN AMERICA ----PostCardArt is pleased to offer this new 2014 book which has fully colored pages of vintage postcards of Castine, Maine with most... More > cards over 100 years old. This book would make a great gift for those who love old Castine or the State of Maine.< Less
This 50 page 2014 book shows a number of vintage postcards of Wellesley, MA and Wellesley College. Many of the cards are over 100 years old. People who love Wellesley will enjoy this book. Purchase... More > for yourself or as a gift today.< Less
Over one hundred years ago postcards were sold to promote the wonderful sunny days, the Atlantic Ocean and the many resort hotels of Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach and Seabreeze, Florida.
This book... More > shows a number of Vintage Postcards from these beach towns. Most of the out standing vintage postcards date from the period of 1905 to 1920. Anyone who loves the ocean and the wonders of this area of Florida will greatly enjoy this book. Buy today a copy from Lulu.com as a gift or an addition to your own library.< Less
Vintage Hershey Candy Bar Postcards: Over 90 different Hershey Candy Bar Postcards were issued between 1909 and 1920. The Hershey Candy Bar Postcards were issued at a time the popularity of picture... More > postcards was increasing in the early 1900s. With the change in the postal laws by the United States Congress in 1907, large scale production of postcards were printed to promote various “wonders” of the United States such as hotels, beaches, mountains and parks. Hershey used the postcards as a give away by automatically inserting a post card in their 5 cent milk chocolate and almond milk chocolate bars. This helped create a demand for the candy bars. The candy bar postcards were mostly issued with Black and White printing. These vintage, smaller than normal postcards were little billboards advertising the virtues of the Hershey chocolate factory, its town and parks and farms which were a source of the milk used in the bars.< Less