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[Postcard of Columbia River Longview Bridge]

Description: Postcard of a bridge stretching over a large river splitting two fields with scattered houses and factories. On the top and bottom of the postcard, you are encouraged to "Park on the world's highest bridge over shipping, and view longview from the clouds on the direct route from Canada to Old Mexico." On the back, the postcard is described as follows - "Columbia river longview bridge between Longview, Washington and Rainier, Oregon. This six million dollar span is the highest in the world over deep water shipping. Length of bridge 1 6-10 miles, height of steel above water 330 feet. Connecting the Pacific Highway with the Scenic All Ocean Oregon Coast Route via the Lower Columbia River Highway."
Date: unknown
Creator: Curteich & Co., Inc.

[Postcard of Columbia River Longview Bridge 2]

Description: Postcard of a bridge stretching over a large river splitting two fields with scattered houses and factories. On the top and bottom of the postcard, you are encouraged to "Park on the world's highest bridge over shipping, and view longview from the clouds on the direct route from Canada to Old Mexico." On the back, the postcard is described as follows - "Columbia river longview bridge between Longview, Washington and Rainier, Oregon. This six million dollar span is the highest in the world over deep water shipping. Length of bridge 1 6-10 miles, height of steel above water 330 feet. Connecting the Pacific Highway with the Scenic All Ocean Oregon Coast Route via the Lower Columbia River Highway."
Date: unknown
Creator: Curteich & Co., Inc.

[Postcard of Oregon State Building]

Description: Postcard of a two story white building with a golden domed roof. The scene is described as, "Oregon State Building, Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington." The message on the back of the postcard reads, "The Exposition is lovely and I know you would enjoy being here and taking in the Seattle air and other amusements. Lots of Love Carver-Lee." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin 65 Beach Ave. Charlotte, N. Y."
Date: August 31, 1909

[Postcard of Residence on North Yakima Ave.]

Description: Postcard of a two story house on North Yakima Ave., Tacoma, Wash. The note below the picture reads, "My dear Mamie May 28-1907. I wish you were here to spend the day with me in the park tomorrow - we are going to have a picnic. It's only a block from me. I will make some sketches and think of my Beaumont girls. Write to me. Lovingly, Estelle Avrith 215 North K Street."
Date: May 31, 1907