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With Christ in the Voting Booth

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With Christ in the Voting Booth

Email me djShedlock at Gmail .com for a free pdf version of the book

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With Christ in the Voting Booth

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With Christ in the Voting Booth

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V O Hammon Postcard Checklist

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V O Hammon Postcard Checklist

V O Hammon Publishing Co of Chicago, early 20th Century publisher of postcards, mainly of Illinois, Minnesota and Michigan. Almost all of the cards have a brown color scheme. Some have no numbers. Charlesvoix MI Chicago Club  (No Number) Chicago IL Clarendon Bathing Beach    (No Number) Petoskey MI Breakwater and Light House   A9 Chicago IL Seventh Regiment Armory #81 Riverside IL (Near Chicago) Salt Creek Chicago IL Wilson Avenue Bathing Beach   #235 Evanston IL Country Club Neighborhood  #272 Chicago IL~Humboldt Park Fishing Season   #291 Chicago IL White City Amusement Park~Lagoon & Electric Tower   #297 Chicago IL~New Garfield Park Conservatory,...

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Acmegraph Checklist

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Acmegraph Checklist

The Acmegraph Company @ 18-350 W Jackson Blvd of Chicago, Illiinos, manufactured and published quality postcards.during the divided back-era  (1907-1914) Most of the cards had a distinctive red font. Some are not labeled Acmegraph but were published for other companies such as Woolworth's. Some are not numbered. Lamoni IA Reorganized Latter Day Saints, Graceland College (No Number) Columbus OH Starling College & St Francis Hospital #10 in Columbus Series Chicago IL Armour Institute #739 Marshalltown IA Elk's Building & Cafe #4408 Marshalltown IA US Post Office    #4406 Marshalltown IA Soldiers Home: Quartermaster's Building #4414 Milwaukee WI Pabst Brewery  #4439...

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Ideas On What Kind of Postcards Should I Collect?

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I'll use this blog post to offer suggestions about the possibilities of starting a new postcard collection or items to an old one. Home Schooling families could use them to learn geography or 20th Century History. Of course, you could collect your hometown. Some towns have thousands to choose from such as Post Offices, Libraries, Schools, Main Streets, Laundromats, Bakeries, Churches, Colleges, Drugstores, etc. Series postcards are collected by many: Numbered Curteich or other Large Letter Linens, the Artist Ken Haag State Flowers & Birds from the 1960s (All 50 States) Jewish postcards, (especially by Artist Morris Katz) could be...

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