For this year’s April A-Z Challenge I am blogging everyday using items taken from the letters written by my grandfather to my grandmother from 1907 to 1912, starting with “A” and moving right through the alphabet to “Z” during April.
This postcard was written during my grandfather’s summer working on the Steamer Eastern States.
I am “sight-seeing” in Buffalo today.
10 thoughts on “S is for Sight Seeing”
What a terrific postcard that moonlit scene of Main Street, Buffalo is! You would search in vain for such a beautiful one today.
I really like that postcard too. Haven’t seen any good ones in your travels this month?
Love those old postcards!
A few are especially nice. I think this is one of them.
I like the idea of continuous Vaudeville.
Sort of like a movie marathon.
Thank you for dropping by my blog. It is always nice to meet new blog friends. I hope you will come again.
I think it is so nice that you have that old postcard and it is in such great shape. It must be a treasure to you. I need to work on my genealogy. I really want to. I just haven’t had a lot of luck finding names and I got discouraged. I need to get started again. You have inspired me. Thanks
Good luck with finding names. Start with what you know and work backwards. You, your parents, grandparents etc. The 1940 census is online and free. Familysearch.org is a free search site. Good luck again!
the postcards look so beautiful. The first one is stunning 🙂
That’s my favorite too.
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