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11/12/2019 11:44 PM
(45) OLD POSTCARDS ( ALL LUNENBURG MASS)
Age. See below
Size. 3 ½" x 5 ½"
Comments. Large lot of Lunenburg postcards are dated mainly 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909 with a single dated either 1958 or 1960 and 28 have never been used. They include scenic vistas as well as the Center School building, the Town common, Congregational Church, the old Harlow place, the residence of George E Jones, Lancaster Avenue, the old Patrick White Mill Stone & Dam, the Buttercup Hill Tea Room, the residence of John Wooldredge, the historic Bellows House, Corner House, the World War Memorial, old Revere House, the old Richard Gilchrest place and Birdseye views of Lunenburg one of which is from Highland Street. All are in good shape with normal use wear, could have some soiling and only a few have some writing on the front. An interesting lot of vintage postcards of lovely Lunenburg with lots of scenes of how it looked back in the good old days in black and white as well as color.
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