Grey Hair

Grey Hair was the only grey haired warrior of the Crow Nation at the time this picture was taken – circa 1900. This piece of American History is captured on some of our products: [zstore productlineid=”196992263520515611″]

Buffalo Calf

This is a 1924 postcard of Buffalo Calf a Jicarilla Apache. This postcard was distributed at the Fred Harvey Restaurants that were typically at train stations throughout the United States. The back of the postcards says, “The Apaches are conveniently divided into Eastern and Western bands. The former includes the Mescalero and Jcarilla Apaches; the […]

Chief Plenty Coos

Chief Plenty Coos is named based on a translation of his name from the word “coup” and an old expression that he “counted many coups” on his enemies – or had many truimphs over his enemies. In the Crow language, his name is Alaxchiiaahush meaning, “Many War achievements.” The act of sneaking into an enemy […]

Bad Man a Crow Warrior

Postcard from the 1800’s of Bad Man, a Crow warrior that accompanied General George Crook as a scout at the Battle of Little Rose Bud with Crook. In 1876 General Crook became the military leader over Montana territory including overseeing the native tribes in that area. The Lakota Sioux were battling for the right to […]

Coyote Running Crow Warrior

Postcard from the 1800’s of Coyote Running or Coyote Runs, a Crow warrior that accompanied General George Crook as a scout. Son of Alligator Stands Up, also a scout to General Crook. They were both at the Battle of Little Rose Bud with Crook. In 1876 General Crook became the military leader over Montana territory […]

West Virginia State Capitol

This vintage postcard shows the West Virginia State Capitol on the Kanawha River in Charleston, West Virginia. Originally, West Virginia was part of the state of Virginia. After the American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln the area that is now West Virginia status as its own state in recognition of the loyalty to the Union of […]

Eight St. Holland Michigan

This vintage view of Eight St. in Holland, Michigan shows 1940s era cars and shops. Holland is a very visited tourist stop in Michigan located on the shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. As it’s name indicates, Holland is a glimpse into the European country of Holland and it’s people’s lifestyle, customs, dance, clothing, […]

The Royal Hawaiian Hotel

This vintage postcard of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii shows it in its opening days in the early 1900s. Notice the mountains behind and the lack of sky scrapers that are seen behind the hotel today. This postcard shows the hotel with all that it offers in vacationing fun and relaxation. The Royal […]

Steel Pier in Atlantic City NJ

This vintage postcard shows the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ in 1939. It is a 1000 ft. long pier in Atlantic City that offers a boardwalk with family amusement park for visitors. It has been in existence since 1898. In 1904 it was destroyed by storm and rebuilt. Besides being a fun place for […]

The Havoline Thermometer

The Havoline Thermometer was part of the 1933 International Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. As the Worlds Largest Thermometer, it was a very large advertisement Havoline Motor Oil. Twenty-one stories (218 ft.) high it showed the temperature by neon light tubes. The original postcards says, “Sponsored by Indian Refining Company, Lawrenceville, Ill. makers of WAXFREE HAVOLINE […]