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[Postcard of the Archbishopric in New Orleans]

Description: Postcard of a two story house with a balcony over the entrance, green window trim, with blue roofing and two red chimneys. The letter on the back of the postcard reads, "This home is over two hundred years old. I got your dear letter today and you know always enjoyed it, as [illegible] Marie." The postcard is addressed to "Miss M. McFaddin Beaumont, Tex. 1906 McFaddin Ave."
Date: March 17, 1908
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum

[Postcard of Old Slave Block at St. Louis Hotel in New Orleans]

Description: Postcard of three arched doorways with a wooden block between two pillars. The letter on the back of the postcard is illegible but for the first few words, "Mama's going to send you a post card every day." The postcard is addressed to "Miss M. McFaddin Beaumont, Tex 1906 McFaddin Ave."
Date: March 17, 1908
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum

[Postcard of Esplanade Edingburgh Castle]

Description: Postcard of a photograph of men wearing kilts standing in formation in front of a large stone castle, placed on top of a a green, red, white, and black plaid pattern. The letter is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss M. McFaddin 1906 McFaddin Ave. Beaumont, Texas, U.S.A."
Date: September 17, 1908
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum

[Illustrated Song Postcard, "Same Old Story": Part 1]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mamie Collins in Central City, Nebraska with a tinted photograph of a couple floating in a row boat down a small river. There are lyrics printed at the bottom of the card that read: "A man, a maid, a moon, a boat, Down the river gently float." There is also a note written on the back of the card in black ink and it says: "Here's "baby" and the "Fish Pond"."
Date: October 17, 1908
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Postcard Addressed to Lois Matlock, June 17, 1908]

Description: Postcard sent to Lois Matlock with an illustration depicting a man walking up to a woman and being surprised by her appearance once she moves out from behind her umbrella; the caption reads: "Things Are Not What They Seem." There are also random notes throughout the card, including names placed above the man and the woman.
Date: June 17, 1908
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.