The Seneca in Rochester NY Vintage Postcard of a Hotel

This vintage postcard shows the Hotel Seneca in Rochester, New York circa 1910 – 1920. The following is a news article in the New York Times about the opening of the hotel: ROCHESTER’S NEW HOTEL.; The Seneca, a Beautiful and Modern Hostelry, Opens To-day. Special to The New York Times. September 14, 1908, Monday Page […]

State Capitol in Albany, NY at Night Time Vintage Postcard

This vintage postcard, which is rather spooky looking, actually is a view of the New York State Capitol at night time in 1900. This building still stands today and is the capitol building of the State of New York in Albany, NY. The construction of the building, which began in 1867 was finally completed in […]

Victorian Christmas Party by Moonlight Postcard

Enjoy this snowy moonlight scene as guests arrive by horse and sleigh for a Christmas Party at the brightly lit Victorian Mansion. [zstore productlineid=”196253607337756234″]

Main Street Ralston Vintage Postcard

This vintage postcard shows Main Street in Ralston, Pennsylvania in 1900. This is a quaint view of a time when the roads where not paved and wood frame houses with front porches lined the streets. A couple is out in Victorian dress in this mid-winter Main Street view of 1900. The town of Ralston, situated […]

Sewickley Edgeworth Club Vintage Postcard

This vintage postcard picture was taken in 1911 of the Edgeworth Club in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. There were three sites for The Edgeworth Club in Sewickley. This old postcard shows the second location, used for several years after the first site burned down. The Historical Society in Sewickley has created this great book: Sewickley Postcard History […]

John D. Rockefeller Home Vintage Postcard

This 1912 vintage postcard shows the John D. Rockefeller Home in Cleveland, Ohio which was used as the Rockefeller’s summer home. John D. Rockefeller was the founder of Standard Oil Company and revolutionized the oil industry through his efforts in modernizing equipment and opening new shipping methods. Rockefeller also is know for his philanthropy and […]

The Milburn Residence Vintage Buffalo NY Postcard

This vintage postcard shows an historic site known as “The Milburn Residence” in Buffalo, New York, at the time that the tragedy occurred which has made it famous. The Milburn Residence is not only historic to Buffalo, but to the United States as a whole, as it is the home that President McKinley was taken […]

The MacKay House Virginia City Postcard

Shown here is The MacKay House or MacKay Mansion in Virginia City, Nevada. The date of the postcard is unknown but seems newer than most on this site, so we have not reprinted it. The MacKay House in Virginia City was built and occupied by George Hearst in 1859 and originally used as the office […]

Lake Tahoe Tavern Vintage Postcard

This vintage postcard shows the Lake Tahoe Tavern which was built in 1901 and has been a famous vacation retreat for Tahoe seekers since then. Just one quarter of a mile south of Tahoe City, California, it is on the western shore of Lake Tahoe surrounded by the immense pines and backed by the beauty […]

Sacramento Hall Of Records Vintage Postcard

This early postcard dated 1900 shows the Hall Of Records and the County Court House (formerly the state capitol building) of Sacramento, California as it looked in 1895. Sacramento History Online has this same postcard and a nice history of the buildings and the City of Sacramento written with it. This is a great view […]