This vintage patriotic postcard shows the Sons of Veterans Emblem and the American Eagle surrounded by the American Flag from Civil War days with red, white, and blue emblazoned on it with roses in bright, vivid colors. The years 1861 and 1865 for the Civil War. This card is a wonderful statement of pride in […]
Independence Day postcard
At the beach on a beautiful Fourth of July summer day in the early 1900s, these two 1900s patriotic bathing beauties are out on a rock in the ocean, waving the American flag to the regatta sailing behind. This type of card from the early 1900s is not only fun today, but shows that there […]
This patriotic vintage postcard shows George Washington with the founding fathers hailing the flag of the newly created United States of America. With vibrant colors and printed with the American flag in the background, it is a beautiful and colorful patriotic postcard.
Beautiful vintage patriotic postcard with the United States flag behind the Sons of Veterans emblem, surrounded by a wreath of laurel and the words, “The flag of our country forever!” It is beautiful statement of pride in America.
This very cute and funny postcard from World War II days shows a girl at the beach in patriotic bathing clothes with a big bow on the back of her bathing suit and the words, “Sorry, I Had to Leave My Beau Behind!”
This great black and white vintage postcard shows a parade down the main street of Virginia City, Nevada circa 1902 – 1907. It is a wonderful glimpse into life in those days in a Western town like Virginia City. At the heart of the gold and silver mining strikes around Virginia City, the town shows […]
This beautiful Memorial Day vintage postcard is an Ellen Clapsaddle signed postcard expressing the feeling that prevailed in the early 1900s for veterans. Most families had someone who had fought in either the Civil War, the Spanish American War, or World War I. The emblem is the Sons of Veterans medal shown on a red, […]
This vintage American Flag postcard from the early 1900s is studded with stars and a banner proclaiming “The Star Spangled Banner in Triumph Shall Wave.” Notice that it only has 46 stars representing the 46 States of the Union at the time of the printing of this postcard; New Mexico, Arizona, Alaska, and Hawaii were […]
In this vintage American Flag postcard from the early 1900s, the artist expresses the gratitude, with a quote from the famous Daniel Webster, of being American. The original quote by Daniel Webster from a speech given on the completion of the Bunker Hill Monument, June 17, 1843 is: “In our day and generation let us […]
The Battle of Bunker Hill (Breed’s Hill) took place on June 17, 1775. This is where the famous order of “Don’t fire ’till you see the whites of their eyes” was supposed to have been given. However, sources disagree on who actually gave this order, if anyone gave it at all. The two officers who […]