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[Postcard of a Suspension Bridge in Cincinnati]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a suspension bridge in Cincinnati from a diagonal point of view. In the background is a city, in the middle ground there is a river and in the foreground there is a patch of grass. On the front of the postcard is printed the following: "Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati, O." On the right side of the front of the postcard there is illegible handwritten text. On the back of the postcard there is illegible handwritten text.
Date: 1906

[Postcard of Alms and Doepke Building]

Description: Postcard of a six story building as seen from across a stone canal. The building is identified as "Alms and Doepke Building - Cincinnati O." A note is written below the picture, and it reads, "Here all OK in Cinn. Had a miserable trip but are all OK now. It's warm here." The postcard is addressed to "Mrs. N. P. H. McFaddin 1906 McFaddin Ave Beaumont, Texas."
Date: March 25, 1907

[Postcard of Country Club in Cincinnati]

Description: Postcard of a two story building with a red roof, described as "Country Club." The letter reads, "Dear Holy: This is a dandy place. It is the largest. We are going to the pool this afternoon. Went to the Columbia theatre yesterday - Heine." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Huntington, W. Va. Third Ave Care Mr. Caldwell."
Date: September 6, 1907

[Postcard of Fifth Street in Cincinnati]

Description: Postcard of the busy street full of well dressed pedestrians, electric cars running on lines, and horse drawn buggies in the shadow of many commercial buildings. The letter on the back reads, "Dear sis; arrived in Cin. tonight and missed connection were 3 hours late and am at the Grande Hotel cafe waiting for supper. Yours, love for all, Perry McF." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie L. McFaddin Gunston Hall Washington, D. C."
Date: February 1910

[Postcard of Harper's Ferry]

Description: Postcard of two men and a woman sitting on a wooden fence overlooking both a river and bridge. The scene is described as "Harper's Ferry Issued by the Passenger Department, B. & O. S-W. R. R., Cincinnati, Ohio." The letter on the back is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie L. McFaddin to Gunston Hall Washington, D. C."
Date: February 12, 1910

[Postcard of Ohio McKinley Monument and Capitol]

Description: Postcard of a white building with marble columns and a cylindrical roof behind a bronze statue of a man, described as "State Capitol, showing McKinley Monument, Columbus, Ohio." The letter on the back reads, "Bob + I are on our way to tour N. Y. + Canada in his car. We sure are having a time. Leaving tomorrow for Cleveland. Remember me to all... My very best love, Lovingly, G. Smith." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie L. McFaddin 1916 McFaddin Ave. Beaumont, Texas."
Date: July 12, 1912

[Postcard of Shooting the Chutes at Coney Island]

Description: Postcard of a yellow pier with a white sign reading "Shoot the Chutes 5c." Four men, three boys, and a girl stand on the docks while two full boats are on the water. On the back of the postcard, a letter reads as follows, "Shelley Arms - Fort Thomas - S. Kentucky Dear Holy: We went on this thing the other day - it took my breath. It looks so much like it. Saw your mother and grandma today in front of Roger's and Miss Mary Parsons and Mother. Sincerely, Heine." The postcard is addressed to, "Miss Mamie McFaddin 3rd Ave. Huntington, W. Va. to J. L. Caldwell."
Date: September 5, 1907

[Postcard of the Burnett Woods in Cincinnati]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a house in the background. On the right side of the postcard from the middle ground to the foreground there is a body of water. To the left side of the postcard in the foreground is a tree and a trail that recedes to the background. On the bottom of the postcard is printed the following: "A Quiet Corner, Burnett Woods, Cincinnati, Ohio." On the back of the postcard is handwritten text. On the top left corner is the Excelsior logo.
Date: 1907
Creator: The Cincinnati News Company

[Postcard of the Entrance to Eden Park]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a bridge. The top of the bridge is for streetcars while the arch underneath is the entrance to Eden Park. A horse carriage with two figures is coming out of the park. Behind the carriage are three visible figures. To the sides of the road are trees and grass. Underneath the image is printed the following: "Entrance to Eden Park, Cincinnati, O." At the bottom of the postcard is illegible handwritten text. The postcard is addressed to Miss Mamie in Beaumont, Texas.
Date: 1906

[Postcard of the Fall Festival Poster Girl Sylvia Joy]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a woman wearing a dress and a hat looking directly at the viewer. The woman is Sylvia Joy, the poster girl. At the bottom of the postcard if the following in print: "The Cincinnati Fall Festival, Aug. 28 to Sept. 22, 1906." Below the printed text the name "Sylvia Joy" is printed. On the right side of the postcard is illegible handwritten text. The postcard is addressed to Miss Mamie McFaddin in Huntington, West Virginia.
Date: 1906

[Postcard of the Workhouse Park]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a park. In the background there are threes. On the middle ground to the left side there is a visible group of figures standing. In the middle of the postcard is an oval pond. In the foreground to the lower right corner there is a bench. On the bottom of the postcard is printed the following: "In Workhouse Park. Cincinnati, O." On the back of the postcard there is illegible handwritten text.
Date: 1907
Creator: The Cincinnati News Company