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Vintage Postcards of Eustis, Florida By PostCardArt
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This 2014 book in black and white with full color covers from PostCardArt covers over 125 years of postcards from Eustis, Florida. For those that love Eustis, they WILL love this book and seeing... More > historical buildings from another age. The book is a great gift,< Less
Postcards of Mount Dora, Florida By PostCardArt
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A postcard history of Mount Dora, Florida. Many of the postcards are over 100 years old. This 2014 book will bring enjoyment to those who love Mount Dora and its history.Inside pages all in black and... More > white - no color pages, except for the covers.< Less
Vintage Postcards of United States Bank Buildings By PostCardArt
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This book is from PostCardArt, a leading publisher of books about United States postcards on various subjects. Almost all of the postcards shown in this book are over 100 years old. Postcards... More > during this period showed banks, churches, libraries, railroad stations, office buildings and hotels with this type of architecture. For me some of the most interesting buildings were banks – both national and local bank buildings. While only a small percentage of the banks had postcards printed, PostCardArt has tried to provide in this book a limited sample of those postcards, considering the age of the buildings, and the various architectural styles and the size of the buildings.< Less
Nantucket By PostCardArt
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This 6 x 9 inch, full color book shows some of the oldest postcards of Nantucket going back over 100+ years. The name Nantucket is derived from a Native American word meaning "faraway... More > island" or "land far out to sea." • Nantucket was populated with approximately 1,500 Native Americans of the Wampanoag Tribe when it was discovered and charted in 1602 by Captain Bartholomew Gosnold. The history of Nantucket's settlement by the English begins in 1659, when Thomas Mayhew sold his interests to the "nine original purchasers": Tristram Coffin, Thomas Macy, Christopher Hussey, Richard Swayne, Thomas Bernard, Peter Coffin, Stephen Greenleafe, John Swayne, and William Pike for, "thirty pounds...and two Beaver hats one for myself and one for my wife."< Less