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Mike Watson: One scene fits all places - way to hawk postcards

Mike Watson writes:
Doug is exactly right about the scene. I have a collection of Adair County post cards, including several "Greetings from..." that includes this one. I have six of this particular scene, one with Columbia, two from Tenessee, two from Missouri, and one from Virginia. It was an easy way to hawk cheap postcards, which usually sold at the turn of the last century for one cent each...and cost one cent to mail.

- Mike Watson
Comments re photo 43744 Reader has question on postcard with Columbia Kentucky on it

This story was posted on 2012-02-07 16:17:01
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Larry Smith finds another of the generic scene postcards

2012-02-07 - Supposed to be Greensburg, KY - Photo From Larry Smith collection.
Larry Smith writes: "I'm a Green County boy and I can't figure out where this has to be another one of those cards the postcard printers hawked everywhere."

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