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)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back.

)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back. $1.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). $2.00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). $2.75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. $3.00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. $1.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. $7.50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling. "Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. $4.00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for $35.00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. $12.00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. $3.00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. $4.75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company). "EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. $13.00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ... A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. $2.00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. $25.00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY). $1.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back. We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

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)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back. $1.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). $2.00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). $2.75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. $3.00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. $1.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. $7.50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling.

"Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. $4.00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for $35.00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. $12.00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. $3.00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. $4.75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company).

"EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. $13.00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ...

A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. $2.00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. $25.00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY). $1.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back.

We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

Y." with image of a smiling baby in color, trade card for the Norwalk Ohio firm, tiny corner crease not into image, other corner wear is minor. Incorporated May 1930, their business was located on the northwest corner of Hudson & Mentor, .

Joseph Gilbert 'trap drummer' in Loudonville, by his friend Joe 'the owl" (shown) who had just arrived there; album marks at corn, heavy Loudonville cancel impression. This shows a Dayton, Covington & Piqua Traction Company interurban. Ludlow Falls, Ohio..." on addressed 1914 government postal card. "March Westward of the Nations Monument, Muskingham Park, Marietta, Ohio / 9A-H36" showing the sculpture & its surroundings as they looked in 1939, linen MARIETTA'S / FIRST FIRE ENGINE / 1825" unused Kodak real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, corner-mount damage at corners. $2.75 o(m)d-u(p)Union Station--Marion, Ohio" postcard mailed MAY 12 1910 (Kent & Dayton R. $4.50 o(m)-r MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). $5.00 og"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO" with the Hotel Arlington on the left & Bender's Restaurant on the right; postcard mailed AUG 8 1945 (complete CHI. The Pythian Sisters were formed in 1906 by the merger of two Knights of Pythias auxiliaries. Still rare: a few sets were probably made for management & for communicating with insurance companies. Marys, Ohio" linen postcard mailed 1953, minor corner & edge wear. Hudson & Miami Bicycles, Motorcycles, Musselman Coaster Brakes'. Toned front, lightly toned back, small corner crease, minor corner wear & rounding. "19 - A - 6512" old Pomeroy Ohio QSL card for operator V. Edwards, backstamp of Pearl Searles in Minersville Ohio, 2 small pinholes at top corners, small corner bend. $2.75 o(m) MOHAWK DAM (JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, COSHOCTON COUNTY). Begun in 1894, this two-county Ohio gathering in Peterman's Grove was still going strong into the 1950's. No 4" showing an electric interurban stopped in a rural setting with its 2 conductors; uncaptioned real photo post card mailed at Dayton Ohio 1909 to Mr. Obviously one-of-a-kind: no caption, no attribution to a photographer or publisher. / EIMAC TUBES IN STOCK ..." advertising postal card mailed NOV 1 1935 from Cincinnati, citing a Mount Airy address, marked 'Return Postage Guaranteed / RADIO W8CXW / TRENTON OHIO' on address side, small bottom corner crease, a little cancel ink on front, paper browning with age. For several years before his death (in 1923) that high school led the state in graduation rates. Comparing to the different views which we could find, this appears to be early, because their complex grew much bigger. / Handcolored" including a group of resting children for scale, post card with undivided back, name written on back, good edges. $10.00 o(n)ha First Presbyterian Church, North 3rd Street, / Newark, Ohio." postcard mailed JUL 13 1915 from Lockville Ohio (clear DPO hand cancel ties 1 Washington stamp), bottom corner crease, minor corner wear elsewhere. $2.00 o(n)t"HONDA / Some people have all the fun" postcard advertising the grand opening of Honda of Newark in Newark Ohio, May 16-17 1969 (cancel is May 14 1969), tape discoloration at top center of both sides, minor corner wear. 6, 1917" small publicity card (about the size of a credit card) bearing his black & white image, with a small imprint of Typographical Union in Newark Ohio at the upper right corner, unimportant pencil writing on back, no postcard back. Stone Wall at Buckeye Lake / 2307" undivided back post card mailed there 1907 (clear & complete flag cancel), from the PCK series, tiny corner creases at bottom, noticeable chipped upper front edge. / NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO." unused white-border era postcard published by I.

.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). .00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). .75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. .00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back.

)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back. $1.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). $2.00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). $2.75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. $3.00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. $1.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. $7.50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling. "Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. $4.00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for $35.00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. $12.00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. $3.00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. $4.75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company). "EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. $13.00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ... A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. $2.00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. $25.00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY). $1.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back. We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

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)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back. $1.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). $2.00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). $2.75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. $3.00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. $1.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. $7.50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling.

"Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. $4.00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for $35.00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. $12.00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. $3.00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. $4.75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company).

"EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. $13.00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ...

A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. $2.00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. $25.00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY). $1.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back.

We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

Y." with image of a smiling baby in color, trade card for the Norwalk Ohio firm, tiny corner crease not into image, other corner wear is minor. Incorporated May 1930, their business was located on the northwest corner of Hudson & Mentor, .

Joseph Gilbert 'trap drummer' in Loudonville, by his friend Joe 'the owl" (shown) who had just arrived there; album marks at corn, heavy Loudonville cancel impression. This shows a Dayton, Covington & Piqua Traction Company interurban. Ludlow Falls, Ohio..." on addressed 1914 government postal card. "March Westward of the Nations Monument, Muskingham Park, Marietta, Ohio / 9A-H36" showing the sculpture & its surroundings as they looked in 1939, linen MARIETTA'S / FIRST FIRE ENGINE / 1825" unused Kodak real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, corner-mount damage at corners. $2.75 o(m)d-u(p)Union Station--Marion, Ohio" postcard mailed MAY 12 1910 (Kent & Dayton R. $4.50 o(m)-r MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). $5.00 og"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO" with the Hotel Arlington on the left & Bender's Restaurant on the right; postcard mailed AUG 8 1945 (complete CHI. The Pythian Sisters were formed in 1906 by the merger of two Knights of Pythias auxiliaries. Still rare: a few sets were probably made for management & for communicating with insurance companies. Marys, Ohio" linen postcard mailed 1953, minor corner & edge wear. Hudson & Miami Bicycles, Motorcycles, Musselman Coaster Brakes'. Toned front, lightly toned back, small corner crease, minor corner wear & rounding. "19 - A - 6512" old Pomeroy Ohio QSL card for operator V. Edwards, backstamp of Pearl Searles in Minersville Ohio, 2 small pinholes at top corners, small corner bend. $2.75 o(m) MOHAWK DAM (JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, COSHOCTON COUNTY). Begun in 1894, this two-county Ohio gathering in Peterman's Grove was still going strong into the 1950's. No 4" showing an electric interurban stopped in a rural setting with its 2 conductors; uncaptioned real photo post card mailed at Dayton Ohio 1909 to Mr. Obviously one-of-a-kind: no caption, no attribution to a photographer or publisher. / EIMAC TUBES IN STOCK ..." advertising postal card mailed NOV 1 1935 from Cincinnati, citing a Mount Airy address, marked 'Return Postage Guaranteed / RADIO W8CXW / TRENTON OHIO' on address side, small bottom corner crease, a little cancel ink on front, paper browning with age. For several years before his death (in 1923) that high school led the state in graduation rates. Comparing to the different views which we could find, this appears to be early, because their complex grew much bigger. / Handcolored" including a group of resting children for scale, post card with undivided back, name written on back, good edges. $10.00 o(n)ha First Presbyterian Church, North 3rd Street, / Newark, Ohio." postcard mailed JUL 13 1915 from Lockville Ohio (clear DPO hand cancel ties 1 Washington stamp), bottom corner crease, minor corner wear elsewhere. $2.00 o(n)t"HONDA / Some people have all the fun" postcard advertising the grand opening of Honda of Newark in Newark Ohio, May 16-17 1969 (cancel is May 14 1969), tape discoloration at top center of both sides, minor corner wear. 6, 1917" small publicity card (about the size of a credit card) bearing his black & white image, with a small imprint of Typographical Union in Newark Ohio at the upper right corner, unimportant pencil writing on back, no postcard back. Stone Wall at Buckeye Lake / 2307" undivided back post card mailed there 1907 (clear & complete flag cancel), from the PCK series, tiny corner creases at bottom, noticeable chipped upper front edge. / NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO." unused white-border era postcard published by I.

.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. .50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling.

"Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. .00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for .00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. .00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. .00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. .75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company).

"EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. .00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ...

A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. .00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. .00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY).

)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back. $1.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). $2.00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). $2.75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. $3.00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. $1.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. $7.50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling. "Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. $4.00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for $35.00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. $12.00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. $3.00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. $4.75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company). "EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. $13.00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ... A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. $2.00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. $25.00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY). $1.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back. We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

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)JUNCTION OF OHIO AND MUSKINGUM RIVERS, MARIETTA, OHIO" including some smaller ships & a sternwheeler whose name starts with Walter; unused white-border era post card from I. Sold but front side s I HAVE LONGED MANY / LONGINGS YET IN / MARION, O. "You are most cordially invited to be present / at the / Wilson, Blankenhorn and Miller / Class Reunion of Old Students / to be held in / Marshallville, O., July 25, 1912" printed on mailed government postal card with a personal message writing on front, brownish paper, cancel ink on front, vertical crease, bends at upper corners. Another, similar but cropped differently & less contrast. // Martel, O." including 3 railroad employees (2 on a handcar, probably a track inspection crew) at a siding & the Martel Ohio depot in the distance, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & good edges, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age, light album toning on back. $1.25 og MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). $2.00 o(m)o(c)s MASSILLON / MASILON / MASILLION (STARK COUNTY). $2.75 o(m)-r"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO / MERCHANTS BANK" also showing Metzger Men's Wear, Stark Dry Goods & Lincoln theater; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. $3.00 o(m)"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. $1.50 oa"TIGER STADIUM, MASSILLON, OHIO" where a lot of serious high school football got played; unused linen postcard published by Carl C. "Clothes of Quality / An assortment of over 500 / samples of new Spring goods / now on display ... / FRANK DISHON / Mc CUNEVILLE, OHIO" unused advertising postcard with chick art on front, message area printed as quoted here, small bit of an upper corner gone, two spots of toning near the right front edge, heavy & spotty toning on back. $7.50 o(m)o(s)fg"Pythian Sisters Home / Sophia Huntington Parker Farm 86 Acres / Medina, Ohio" unused circa-1908 sepia-tone real photo post card with unevenly divided back, a lot of oxidation, upper corner crease, small part of bottom corner knocked off, long diagonal paper bend. from Medway / #11 3 / 25 / 13" unused AZO real photo showing a wagon used in the inspection & repair of damaged tracks after the flood, heavily toned front as shown, slightly uneven edges due to trim. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in format. Co., postcard printed in Germany for Dysert Art Company (their number 2716 on back), mailed there. 97 East of Bellville, Ohio" aerial view in color on unused continental MONROE COUNTY. "W8ANW" QSL post card mailed there JAN 3 1931 (gorgeous hand cancel on 2-c Washington stamp) by operator C. JOY O." with his family outside near the corner porch, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, tiny spot on back, light toning in the upper left front corner (just sky), low contrast but the detail is there due to good focus. Frank Frizzell in Columbus Ohio, both sides toned, heavy bottom corner crease, minor edge wear, as is. "A Detachable Wool Lining Makes / Our Gabardine Topcoat / Three Coats in One" showing 2 standing conversing, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising post"A. Heisey & Co.'s Glass Factory, Newark, O." postcard number 1037 from the Newark Post Card Company, unused, good edges, a few small spots on back from the printing process itself. "Our Fine Clothing / is First Choice / for Important Occasions" showing a man & woman conversing outside a brick structure, unused oversized (a little longer than a continental) advertising postcard for Roe Emerson, clothier in Newark Ohio, trivial wear at one corner. / FERRELL-GARDNER / WOOD PRODUCTS / Phone 61 / New London, Ohio" unused chrome post NEW LONDON (COSCHOCTON COUNTY). 1902" showing a lady playing an upright piano, diploma hanging on the nearby wall; uncaptioned (so we report all the writing on back) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo, oxidation consistent with circa-1910 age. Upper corner crease just into the image, small bottom corner creases, quite a bit of surface crackling from handling.

"Greetings / from / Marietta O." message in glitter on embossed sprig of violets, writing on front adds 'Xmas 1906' but divided back (quite early! Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. $4.00 og MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). Both for $35.00emetery nearby, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo with good focus & composition, lightly toned back from album contact. "August 5, 1970 / Dear Member: / It is our sad task to cancel the picnic, scheduled for August 16 in Mason, Ohio, due to the passing of our good friend and fellow QCWA member, Jack / Gray, W*JDV...." from Chairman Dave Marquette, on mailed government postal card. / PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL" showing Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh on front, near mint MASON / KIRKWOOD / PAKMYRA (WARREN COUNTY). " depicting a pair of giraffes on the front & an elephant on the back; postpaid continental postcard advertising an exhibition of Mason Ohio artist Bonnie Meyer Day's sculpture at the Kenwood Town Centre in Cincinnati, near mint. Hard to notice 'The leading hotel is and has been for 90 years' written in the sky neatly. Kropp (numbered 6045N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. Kropp (numbered 6177N on back), fairly fresh, just a hint of corner & edge wear. $12.00 o(m)s(r) MCCUNEVILLE (SALT LICK TOWNSHIP, PERRY COUNTY). o(m)i "Home of Racycle, Middletown, Ohio" showing a man with his bike standing outside the Miami Cycle & Mfg. 5" trackside showing passengers & luggage carts, sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1910 to Spencers Station Ohio (mostly legible receiving cancel), trace of cancel ink on front , trivial corner wear. "I'd feel happy at / New Albany / if you were with me." generic postcard mailed circa 1915 (stamp & thus part of cancel removed, also causing faint internal crease nearby) from Westerville to Mrs. String bound, color cover black-and-white otherwise, fits within a continental sleeve, light toning & a corner crease on the outer cover. $3.00 o Another mailed 1909, 3 corner creases, & internal creases, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, as is. "Custom Wood Kitchens -- Built-in / Appliances / Our Specialty / ... Church, New London, Ohio" corner view of its exterior & a bit of an adjacent business with its sign, post card circa 1908, mild corner wear & rounding, faint small corner crease not into image, name of Fran Madison lightly written in pencil on the back, paper beginning to brown with age. $4.75 o(n)g-u(p)Elizabeth Taylor / New Mattamoras(sic) Ohio / Geo Taylor's / Sister // Nov. Taylor of New Matamoras Ohio, born 15 September 1887--which would put her at age 23 or so in 1910. This marks the abandonment of the Massillon - Uhrichsville line operated by the Northern Ohio Power and Light Company (formerly known as the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company).

"EASTER SOUVENIR / La Fayette / Christian Sabbath School" string-bound 1897 booklet on sturdy paper, listing the officers & teachers & pupils in great detail. All other mentions we found of this simply offered reprints. $13.00 ms(l)o(l) "View at Lake Hope State Park from Dining Lodge Terrace / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 2C55-N" as it looked circa-1952, postcard printed by Curteich, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan Ohio, near mint condition. "10980 / Greetings from LAKEMORE, OHIO" generic white-border era post card showing 3 rowboats in use, mailed there in 1920's, small corner crease, minor corner wear. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1927" showing a large group of well-dressed people standing outdoors, unused Azo (squares in corners) real photo"Greetings from / LANCASTER / Ohio // CURT TEICH & CO., INC. // Tobias / STUDIO / 1932" showing a group of about 27 people posed outside a cabin there, unused Azo (square in corners) sepia-tone real photo LA RUE (MARION COUNTY). "ANTI-DYSPEPTINE / A POSITIVE CURE FOR / DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION" advertising / trade card circa 1890 in blue & yellow green, illustrated with young woman in flowery hat, much pertinent information on back, from The Private Formula Company of Lebanon DAYTON LEBANON & CINCINNATI RAILWAY & TERMINAL COMPANY. A little wear down the creases; the unimportant blank back has a lot of fingerprint toning. Operti art is not often seen or exhibited; well known for his Arctic paintings, he also did a very few trade cards, such as this. "THIS SEASON, / EXPERIENCE THE / GIFT OF HEARING." continental-size advertising card for an audiologist having offices in Hilliard & Lewis Center Ohio. "TRIPLE CROWN / TUNER CHALLENGE / Presented by Unlimited Audio & Accessories / ...

A little toning & unimportant creases at upper left corners. Arrow" with a side view of her underway, post card mailed 1911 at Lakeside to Mr. $2.00 o Generic postcards explained"283--The 'Lakeside III,' Lakeside's Sight-Seeing Boat to the Islands / In Ohio's Lake Erie Vactionland 5B-H1365" postcard distributed by W. Caldwell in Lakeside, mailed 1955 at Lakeside Ohio to Mrs. Mc Quillan in Columbus Ohio, two spots of cancel ink in the front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. 3C83N" unused circa-1953 large-letter linen postcard, views not keyed on back, distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, tiny upper corner crease, very light toning near one back corner. "131 Section Street looking south, La Rue, Ohio" postcard printed in Belgium for The Royal Series published by C. Wiant in Marion, mailed JUN 1908, trivial corner & edge wear. $25.00 boaa LEWISBURG (HARRISON TOWNSHIP, PREBLE COUNTY). $1.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back.

We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

Y." with image of a smiling baby in color, trade card for the Norwalk Ohio firm, tiny corner crease not into image, other corner wear is minor. Incorporated May 1930, their business was located on the northwest corner of Hudson & Mentor, .

Joseph Gilbert 'trap drummer' in Loudonville, by his friend Joe 'the owl" (shown) who had just arrived there; album marks at corn, heavy Loudonville cancel impression. This shows a Dayton, Covington & Piqua Traction Company interurban. Ludlow Falls, Ohio..." on addressed 1914 government postal card. "March Westward of the Nations Monument, Muskingham Park, Marietta, Ohio / 9A-H36" showing the sculpture & its surroundings as they looked in 1939, linen MARIETTA'S / FIRST FIRE ENGINE / 1825" unused Kodak real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, corner-mount damage at corners. $2.75 o(m)d-u(p)Union Station--Marion, Ohio" postcard mailed MAY 12 1910 (Kent & Dayton R. $4.50 o(m)-r MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). $5.00 og"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO" with the Hotel Arlington on the left & Bender's Restaurant on the right; postcard mailed AUG 8 1945 (complete CHI. The Pythian Sisters were formed in 1906 by the merger of two Knights of Pythias auxiliaries. Still rare: a few sets were probably made for management & for communicating with insurance companies. Marys, Ohio" linen postcard mailed 1953, minor corner & edge wear. Hudson & Miami Bicycles, Motorcycles, Musselman Coaster Brakes'. Toned front, lightly toned back, small corner crease, minor corner wear & rounding. "19 - A - 6512" old Pomeroy Ohio QSL card for operator V. Edwards, backstamp of Pearl Searles in Minersville Ohio, 2 small pinholes at top corners, small corner bend. $2.75 o(m) MOHAWK DAM (JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, COSHOCTON COUNTY). Begun in 1894, this two-county Ohio gathering in Peterman's Grove was still going strong into the 1950's. No 4" showing an electric interurban stopped in a rural setting with its 2 conductors; uncaptioned real photo post card mailed at Dayton Ohio 1909 to Mr. Obviously one-of-a-kind: no caption, no attribution to a photographer or publisher. / EIMAC TUBES IN STOCK ..." advertising postal card mailed NOV 1 1935 from Cincinnati, citing a Mount Airy address, marked 'Return Postage Guaranteed / RADIO W8CXW / TRENTON OHIO' on address side, small bottom corner crease, a little cancel ink on front, paper browning with age. For several years before his death (in 1923) that high school led the state in graduation rates. Comparing to the different views which we could find, this appears to be early, because their complex grew much bigger. / Handcolored" including a group of resting children for scale, post card with undivided back, name written on back, good edges. $10.00 o(n)ha First Presbyterian Church, North 3rd Street, / Newark, Ohio." postcard mailed JUL 13 1915 from Lockville Ohio (clear DPO hand cancel ties 1 Washington stamp), bottom corner crease, minor corner wear elsewhere. $2.00 o(n)t"HONDA / Some people have all the fun" postcard advertising the grand opening of Honda of Newark in Newark Ohio, May 16-17 1969 (cancel is May 14 1969), tape discoloration at top center of both sides, minor corner wear. 6, 1917" small publicity card (about the size of a credit card) bearing his black & white image, with a small imprint of Typographical Union in Newark Ohio at the upper right corner, unimportant pencil writing on back, no postcard back. Stone Wall at Buckeye Lake / 2307" undivided back post card mailed there 1907 (clear & complete flag cancel), from the PCK series, tiny corner creases at bottom, noticeable chipped upper front edge. / NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO." unused white-border era postcard published by I.

.00 mo(h)o(l)"Round 13 of the Fed Ex Championship Series / Miler Lite 200 / Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course / August 9-12 Lexington Ohio..." picturing racing there & sponsor logos, unused continental post card, near mint. / HYUNDAI" continental advertising card for a Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course event held in August 2004 at Lexington Ohio, near mint & interesting. "13036 -- Driving Park, Lima, Ohio" showing a harness race in progress, postcard mailed there 1908, printed in Germany, corner wear & rounding, several tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, slightly uneven toning to the back.

We have seen the name incorrectly spelled Du Brul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct.

Y." with image of a smiling baby in color, trade card for the Norwalk Ohio firm, tiny corner crease not into image, other corner wear is minor. Incorporated May 1930, their business was located on the northwest corner of Hudson & Mentor, .

Joseph Gilbert 'trap drummer' in Loudonville, by his friend Joe 'the owl" (shown) who had just arrived there; album marks at corn, heavy Loudonville cancel impression. This shows a Dayton, Covington & Piqua Traction Company interurban. Ludlow Falls, Ohio..." on addressed 1914 government postal card. "March Westward of the Nations Monument, Muskingham Park, Marietta, Ohio / 9A-H36" showing the sculpture & its surroundings as they looked in 1939, linen MARIETTA'S / FIRST FIRE ENGINE / 1825" unused Kodak real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, corner-mount damage at corners. .75 o(m)d-u(p)Union Station--Marion, Ohio" postcard mailed MAY 12 1910 (Kent & Dayton R. .50 o(m)-r MARSHALLVILLE / MARSHALVILLE / BRISTOL (WAYNE COUNTY). .00 og"LINCOLN WAY, MASSILLON, OHIO" with the Hotel Arlington on the left & Bender's Restaurant on the right; postcard mailed AUG 8 1945 (complete CHI. The Pythian Sisters were formed in 1906 by the merger of two Knights of Pythias auxiliaries. Still rare: a few sets were probably made for management & for communicating with insurance companies. Marys, Ohio" linen postcard mailed 1953, minor corner & edge wear. Hudson & Miami Bicycles, Motorcycles, Musselman Coaster Brakes'. Toned front, lightly toned back, small corner crease, minor corner wear & rounding. "19 - A - 6512" old Pomeroy Ohio QSL card for operator V. Edwards, backstamp of Pearl Searles in Minersville Ohio, 2 small pinholes at top corners, small corner bend. .75 o(m) MOHAWK DAM (JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, COSHOCTON COUNTY). Begun in 1894, this two-county Ohio gathering in Peterman's Grove was still going strong into the 1950's. No 4" showing an electric interurban stopped in a rural setting with its 2 conductors; uncaptioned real photo post card mailed at Dayton Ohio 1909 to Mr. Obviously one-of-a-kind: no caption, no attribution to a photographer or publisher. / EIMAC TUBES IN STOCK ..." advertising postal card mailed NOV 1 1935 from Cincinnati, citing a Mount Airy address, marked 'Return Postage Guaranteed / RADIO W8CXW / TRENTON OHIO' on address side, small bottom corner crease, a little cancel ink on front, paper browning with age. For several years before his death (in 1923) that high school led the state in graduation rates. Comparing to the different views which we could find, this appears to be early, because their complex grew much bigger. / Handcolored" including a group of resting children for scale, post card with undivided back, name written on back, good edges. .00 o(n)ha First Presbyterian Church, North 3rd Street, / Newark, Ohio." postcard mailed JUL 13 1915 from Lockville Ohio (clear DPO hand cancel ties 1 Washington stamp), bottom corner crease, minor corner wear elsewhere. .00 o(n)t"HONDA / Some people have all the fun" postcard advertising the grand opening of Honda of Newark in Newark Ohio, May 16-17 1969 (cancel is May 14 1969), tape discoloration at top center of both sides, minor corner wear. 6, 1917" small publicity card (about the size of a credit card) bearing his black & white image, with a small imprint of Typographical Union in Newark Ohio at the upper right corner, unimportant pencil writing on back, no postcard back. Stone Wall at Buckeye Lake / 2307" undivided back post card mailed there 1907 (clear & complete flag cancel), from the PCK series, tiny corner creases at bottom, noticeable chipped upper front edge. / NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO." unused white-border era postcard published by I.

AT LAKE VIEW DEPOT, JUNE 29, 1908" showing the crowd that greeted their interurban car 238, which made travel to Indian Lake easier; postcard mailed there July 10 1908, good focus & contrast, oxidation consistent with age, short horizontal stress marks in the tree at the left due to album removal. mo(l)r "Bend of the road, State Farm Pumping Station. / New York Chicago Salt Lake adhesive which has been damaged.

AT LAKE VIEW DEPOT, JUNE 29, 1908" showing the crowd that greeted their interurban car 238, which made travel to Indian Lake easier; postcard mailed there July 10 1908, good focus & contrast, oxidation consistent with age, short horizontal stress marks in the tree at the left due to album removal. mo(l)r "Bend of the road, State Farm Pumping Station. / New York Chicago Salt Lake adhesive which has been damaged. [[

AT LAKE VIEW DEPOT, JUNE 29, 1908" showing the crowd that greeted their interurban car 238, which made travel to Indian Lake easier; postcard mailed there July 10 1908, good focus & contrast, oxidation consistent with age, short horizontal stress marks in the tree at the left due to album removal. mo(l)r "Bend of the road, State Farm Pumping Station. / New York Chicago Salt Lake adhesive which has been damaged. $0.75 o(l)"CLARENCE MILLER / He's Your Kind Of Congressman / A native, former mayor and lifelong resident of / Lancaster / ..." listing more background & policy preferences, campaign postcard bulk-rate mailed from Lancaster Ohio (Permit No. An electrical engineer by prior trade, he held patents about pumping of gas. "County Fair Grounds, Lancaster, Ohio." an aerial view including the racetrack prominently, printed circa 1910, numbered A-12112 on back, unused, album impressions at corners, fairly fresh. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in format. "Main Street, East from Columbus Street, / Lancaster, Ohio" where Hughey & Co. 10 presidents have / been welcomed at Ohio's oldest inn since 1815 ..." unused chrome postcard in near-mint condition. Feller, druggist in Leesburg Ohio on the back, 32 pages with housekeeping tips for women accented in red, plus covers in color, 1" tear on back cover, several minor faults. No one had this one, no one offered it previously, no one displayed it, so it is rare. Frame it for an inexpensive gift to the right Lima couple. "Lima Driving Park, Lima, Ohio." showing a harness race in progress, post card mailed there 1910, considerable corner & edge wear (including the inexplicable white triangular spot on the bottom), several tiny speckles of cancel ink in the sky, internal crease at the top center. "LINCOLN HIGHWAY HISTORIC BYWAY / Lima Locomotive Works" with art depicting it as it appeared from above; unused continental postcard, near mint condition. The Lima News (Lima Ohio) on December 8 1917 wrote on its page 1 that "Ohio, Indiana, and part of West Virginia were swept by a terrific blizzard today". The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternity of Union Army veterans from the Civil War. Jones' on the front, black-and-white portrait on government postal card mailed at Lima in 1944 to a West Milton resident, even browning of paper both sides, thinned area at top left back corner affects nothing. ROSE (ROMAN CATHOLIC) CHURCH & SCHOOL, / LIMA, OHIO" unevenly divided back postcard printed in Germany for S. "K1NPT" continental QSL card on brownish paper mailed 1961 by Emile J. Merchant's handstamp in violet: 'LOCKLAND BICYCLE SHOP / ...

The company was long in operation -- from at least 1885 -- selling coffee & spices from their location at 11 North Main Street. John in Navarre Ohio, postmarked JUL 31 1914 at Mansfield, holed for hanging, trivial corner rounding. Our guess is that the lady -- Oleo Pearl Thompson as we learn from the writing on front -- is operating a label-making machine with a capping machine behind her. // Short / Westerville, O." at an angle to show their handsome stained glass windows; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed 9-18-11 to Mrs. Please check your albums: there is a similar postcard without our photographer' inscription near the bottom right front edge (at the base of the tree). Armstrong Airport in Auglaize County Ohio, 1969 copyright, pertinent writing on back for identification, otherwise excellent condition. RAINEY HARPER, (MUSKINGUM COLLEGE), NEW CONCORD, OHIO, ON NATIONAL HIGHWAY" when it sat between a cash grocery and a 2-story brick building, prior to its renovation in 1937; unused white-border era postcard, near mint condition. "West Main at Nova" sepia-tone real photo mailed there 1908 to Mrs.

/ MANSFIELD, OHIO // Yours truly / Tom Cann" salesman's preprinted postal card (1-c Mc Kinley with unevenly divided back) mailed at Arcanum Ohio July 16 1910 to B. Finfrock in Springfield Ohio, light yellowish toning both sides, trivial corner & edge wear. Johnson in Same, Ohio (c/o Seth Moore on RFD#2) by her daughter Susie, oxidation consistent with age, good edges. Regular-size postcard showing its De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter (N347MA) at Neil A. SALE IN PROGRESS o(n)g(d)a NOVA (TROY TOWNSHIP, ASHLAND COUNTY).

"A TRIBUTE OF LOVE / To / The Memory of my Parents / Both born in this village, ADAM W. / ..." commemorative plaque at the library in the Wagnalls Memorial, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, excellent condition. We take our caption from the side of the car which plainly shows the complete name of the interurban. $45.00 r(n)o(c)p would be filling in for a pastor on vacation at the Umstead Bible Class of the Christian Church, corner crease, lacks freshness.

$2.00 o LITHOPOLIS (FAIRFIELD COUNTY & FRANKLIN COUNTY). "RAPID TRANSIT, MIDDLETOWN, OHIO." black & white post card published by Dysert's Art Store, mailed there in 1917 to Miss Henrietta Oberlies in Dayton, trivial wear at one corner, faint 1" internal crease from the bottom edge. $10.00 m(o)g(j)mns West on 3rd St., Middletown Ohio" showing a mule drawn streetcar having just passed the City Hotel, the Morris storefront & Up-to-Date Tailors offering suits and overcoats, 2 boys on bicycles in the left foreground; black & white postcard with red caption, circa 1916, minor corner wear & rounding. When we checked, the local library did not list the card in their extensive collection. "NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION & LIGHT COMPANY" showing express & baggage car 4 with four employees nearby, uncaptioned unused AZO (triangles up) real photo post card with crisp focus & contrast, neat violet handstamp of photographer G. Byerly in Canton Ohio on the back, vertical crease through the center, oxidation consistent with age (company existed 1902 - 1926, connecting Akron to Canton & Massillon).

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AT LAKE VIEW DEPOT, JUNE 29, 1908" showing the crowd that greeted their interurban car 238, which made travel to Indian Lake easier; postcard mailed there July 10 1908, good focus & contrast, oxidation consistent with age, short horizontal stress marks in the tree at the left due to album removal. mo(l)r "Bend of the road, State Farm Pumping Station. / New York Chicago Salt Lake adhesive which has been damaged. $0.75 o(l)"CLARENCE MILLER / He's Your Kind Of Congressman / A native, former mayor and lifelong resident of / Lancaster / ..." listing more background & policy preferences, campaign postcard bulk-rate mailed from Lancaster Ohio (Permit No. An electrical engineer by prior trade, he held patents about pumping of gas. "County Fair Grounds, Lancaster, Ohio." an aerial view including the racetrack prominently, printed circa 1910, numbered A-12112 on back, unused, album impressions at corners, fairly fresh. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in format. "Main Street, East from Columbus Street, / Lancaster, Ohio" where Hughey & Co. 10 presidents have / been welcomed at Ohio's oldest inn since 1815 ..." unused chrome postcard in near-mint condition. Feller, druggist in Leesburg Ohio on the back, 32 pages with housekeeping tips for women accented in red, plus covers in color, 1" tear on back cover, several minor faults. No one had this one, no one offered it previously, no one displayed it, so it is rare. Frame it for an inexpensive gift to the right Lima couple. "Lima Driving Park, Lima, Ohio." showing a harness race in progress, post card mailed there 1910, considerable corner & edge wear (including the inexplicable white triangular spot on the bottom), several tiny speckles of cancel ink in the sky, internal crease at the top center. "LINCOLN HIGHWAY HISTORIC BYWAY / Lima Locomotive Works" with art depicting it as it appeared from above; unused continental postcard, near mint condition. The Lima News (Lima Ohio) on December 8 1917 wrote on its page 1 that "Ohio, Indiana, and part of West Virginia were swept by a terrific blizzard today". The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternity of Union Army veterans from the Civil War. Jones' on the front, black-and-white portrait on government postal card mailed at Lima in 1944 to a West Milton resident, even browning of paper both sides, thinned area at top left back corner affects nothing. ROSE (ROMAN CATHOLIC) CHURCH & SCHOOL, / LIMA, OHIO" unevenly divided back postcard printed in Germany for S. "K1NPT" continental QSL card on brownish paper mailed 1961 by Emile J. Merchant's handstamp in violet: 'LOCKLAND BICYCLE SHOP / ... The company was long in operation -- from at least 1885 -- selling coffee & spices from their location at 11 North Main Street. John in Navarre Ohio, postmarked JUL 31 1914 at Mansfield, holed for hanging, trivial corner rounding. Our guess is that the lady -- Oleo Pearl Thompson as we learn from the writing on front -- is operating a label-making machine with a capping machine behind her. // Short / Westerville, O." at an angle to show their handsome stained glass windows; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed 9-18-11 to Mrs. Please check your albums: there is a similar postcard without our photographer' inscription near the bottom right front edge (at the base of the tree). Armstrong Airport in Auglaize County Ohio, 1969 copyright, pertinent writing on back for identification, otherwise excellent condition. RAINEY HARPER, (MUSKINGUM COLLEGE), NEW CONCORD, OHIO, ON NATIONAL HIGHWAY" when it sat between a cash grocery and a 2-story brick building, prior to its renovation in 1937; unused white-border era postcard, near mint condition. "West Main at Nova" sepia-tone real photo mailed there 1908 to Mrs. / MANSFIELD, OHIO // Yours truly / Tom Cann" salesman's preprinted postal card (1-c Mc Kinley with unevenly divided back) mailed at Arcanum Ohio July 16 1910 to B. Finfrock in Springfield Ohio, light yellowish toning both sides, trivial corner & edge wear. Johnson in Same, Ohio (c/o Seth Moore on RFD#2) by her daughter Susie, oxidation consistent with age, good edges. Regular-size postcard showing its De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter (N347MA) at Neil A. SALE IN PROGRESS o(n)g(d)a NOVA (TROY TOWNSHIP, ASHLAND COUNTY). "A TRIBUTE OF LOVE / To / The Memory of my Parents / Both born in this village, ADAM W. / ..." commemorative plaque at the library in the Wagnalls Memorial, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, excellent condition. We take our caption from the side of the car which plainly shows the complete name of the interurban. $45.00 r(n)o(c)p would be filling in for a pastor on vacation at the Umstead Bible Class of the Christian Church, corner crease, lacks freshness. $2.00 o LITHOPOLIS (FAIRFIELD COUNTY & FRANKLIN COUNTY). "RAPID TRANSIT, MIDDLETOWN, OHIO." black & white post card published by Dysert's Art Store, mailed there in 1917 to Miss Henrietta Oberlies in Dayton, trivial wear at one corner, faint 1" internal crease from the bottom edge. $10.00 m(o)g(j)mns West on 3rd St., Middletown Ohio" showing a mule drawn streetcar having just passed the City Hotel, the Morris storefront & Up-to-Date Tailors offering suits and overcoats, 2 boys on bicycles in the left foreground; black & white postcard with red caption, circa 1916, minor corner wear & rounding. When we checked, the local library did not list the card in their extensive collection. "NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION & LIGHT COMPANY" showing express & baggage car 4 with four employees nearby, uncaptioned unused AZO (triangles up) real photo post card with crisp focus & contrast, neat violet handstamp of photographer G. Byerly in Canton Ohio on the back, vertical crease through the center, oxidation consistent with age (company existed 1902 - 1926, connecting Akron to Canton & Massillon). Then serving these communities for over 94 years; now sadly gone. "GREENHOUSE--KINGWOOD CENTER / MANSFIELD, OHIO / One of many indoor flower displays..." unused Curteichcolor with yellowing of the paper on back, minor wear at one corner. $12.00 o(m) "Mansfield-Ohio Business College / Mansfield, Ohio / The School "on the Square" P. Frederick Mgr." August 1914 calendar postcard, typed testimonial message on back ' 'The FALL TERM of the College will begin in September. Some quarry workers, scaffolding & a lift are beneath. H.' Trivial edge wear, lightly toned back, 2 pencil lines on back may erase well. "Land of Cross-tipped Churches / Ohio Byway" picturing the Maria Stein Convent and Relic Chapel & its marker erected by the Ohio Historical Society, unused continental post card, fairly fresh. Lowell, Mass." on a trade card copyrighted 1888 for George R. Obviously one-of-a-kind: no caption, no attribution of the photography or the publisher. "Looking upstream on a portion of Muskingum River Ohio / Ptg. Johns..." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1958 at White Cottage. Uncaptioned black & white postcard showing the side-wheel steamer Zanetta heavily laden with passengers, mailed 1907 for Mc Connelsville to Sardis Ohio, minor rounding of the corners, small corner crease, shiny thumbprint spot in the foreground dirt, a little writing in the front sky. "A Traveler's Guide to / The Historic National Road in Ohio / The Read That Helped Build America" by Glenn Harper & Doug Smith, approximately 8"x9.5" 46-page booklet in full color, profusely illustrated with maps & historical notes. by sender) with Columbus & Athens RPO handstamp clearly applied, to Greenfield Ohio. Sender writes in part: 'Some class to our new street car'. Charles Bohlman in West Alexandria Ohio, minor wear at the bottom corners. The correct spelling of the village name is New Bremen. This log house in the Federal style was operated as a museum by Muskingum at that time. "MAC DONALD'S POSTAL STUDIO / NEW CONCORD, OHIO." Unused Cyko real photo postcard showing a pitcher in action circa 1910, from the estate of a Southern Ohio semi-pro league player. ) NEW HAMPSHIRE (GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, AUGLAIZE COUNTY). Lucy Aylworth in West Liberty Iowa by her niece conveying lots of family news, good edges, very light album toning on the back. Message on back (corrected for some misspellings, punctuation & grammar) reads: 'Right here is where you would've found me if you had come to Nova. people at the front, mailed there circa 1910 by Mary Copeland, corner crease, 2 internal creases (one long), edge scrape at lower left corner. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in format. "W8GPG" shortwave (7 MHz) QSL postcard mailed (red QCWA label tied by Cincinnati cancel) by operator William Pl Steubach, 2 club insignias & Bridges of Friendship design, mild corner & edge wear. Uncaptioned sepia-tone real photo of 5 women with wide-brimmed hats overlooking the flooding of the Ohio River (probably the one in 1913) with parts of homes submerged; mailed there 1916 by Glenn Yates, low contrast / grayish, light toning on front. BLISS COLLEGE (Columbus & Mansfield Ohio) "1992-1993 / CATALOG", 48 pages plus covers, like new. Rare: when we searched the Internet, we could not find its like in present or past offers, or on display. Rare: this is the only paper memorabilia we could find on the Internet for this short-lived educational institution. / Mansfield / Ohio" sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, writing on back used as our caption. Possibly one-of-a-kind: no printed caption, no attributions to photographer or to publisher. "SOUTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE AND COURT HOUSE, MANSFIELD, OHIO / 1458-29" including Princes Lunch & the nearby tailor shop with autos parked outside, as it looked in 1929; white-border era, unused MARBLEHEAD (OTTAWA COUNTY). Uncaptioned & unused Cyko sepia-tone real photo postcard showing showing this shortline's engine, tender & caboose read to push cars loaded with limestone from a stone quarry at Marblehead to lake freighters (ultimately to be used by blast furnaces making steel). $20.00 o(m)MARIA STEIN (MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY). hand cancel) to Miss May Connor in Guernsey Ohio, lightly toned back, minor corner & edge wear. "Greetings from / Neelysville, Ohio" generic embossed floral postcard within an ornate border, mailed at Mc Connelsville MAY 12 1908 to Mrs. Rare; we found no other offered or even exhibited when we searched the Internet. The registration for this aircraft was cancelled in 1991 after it was destroyed. Uncaptioned real photo postcard of its clean & glistening interurban car with dignitaries posed around it, the letters H S and C intertwined in a monogram plain over their shoulders; mailed 3/8/10 from Nelsonville (abbreviated Nels. Greber // New Breman(sic), / OHIO" showing a well-dressed man wearing a medal standing next to his bike, photographic cabinet card approximately 4" x 7" with photographer's embossed imprint at the bottom (which we use as the caption), serrated edges & gilded with rounded corners as usual, blank back. Station / New Bremen, / O." including passengers at the Western Ohio Railway station located between the barber shop & the Hotel Laut bar; sepia-tone real photo post card mailed there 1912, trivial corner rounding. The educator Harper was first president of the University fo Chicago & Bradley University. MANCHESTER / 1908 MAPLE AVENUE FARM / HORACE DUNCAN BUILDER" picturing the round barn that is now on the National Register of Historic Places; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed NOV 29 1909 to Mrs. Frank Richards in Grand Rapids Michigan from her husband F. Richards, spotty toning on the address side of the back obscures nothing, minor corner wear, oxidation consistent with age. Offered elsewhere as high as $8.45, but we need just $4.00. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in format for $3.75. $3.75 o(l)-r"City Building, Lancaster, Ohio." including nearby Flynn's Cafe, circa 1907-1908 post card with unevenly divided back, multiple heavy creases, toned back with a 10-unit Cooperative Trading Stamp Co. Rare: no others found offered, illustrated, or even mentioned when we searched the Internet. "THE LOBBY OF THE GOLDEN LAMB / Lebanon, Ohio / ... Miles' / Household / Help Book" advertising booklet for Nervine Tablets, Liquid Tablets, laxative tablets, Aspir-Mint & more with the handstamp of Charles W. $6.00 o(l)pwgm Leipsic Ohio 1877 / This town is first rate / the scenery's great, And I'm certainly feeling fine, ..." postcard with unevenly divided back mailed there OCT26 1914 (with a 1-c parcel post stamp tied, but stamp damaged) to Mrs. The design obviously intended for smaller towns was not popular; the only one we could find when searching the Internet was for Park Lake Michigan. hand cancel) to Miss Rhea Snyder in Dayton Ohio, small part of one lower corner chipped away, short internal crease from the top edge, splotch of cancel ink mostly in the sky & front border, old price on back may not erase well (we will try). "ALLEN COUNTY MEMORIAL HALL, LIMA, OHIO" showing an exterior corner, white-border era postcard, unused, slight toning to the back, tiny corner crease, other corners with minor corner wear. "County Court House, Lima, O." a corner view including a few pedestrians, black & white Rotograph post card with sky tint, mailed there 1907 to Mrs. 980, mailed there 1914, lightly toned both sides, mild corner wear & rounding. The entire message punctuation & misspellings are preserved here: 'Hello Buck how is things going down there here is a picture of the motor sled Umbaugh & I made took the engine and tire wheel out of the motor sackle We was to Lima 2 Sundays It will run as fast as the motor sackle does We had it running about 40 miles an hour on North St My girl is sitting on behind It was taken Christmas day We have been having some wether It got cold right after you left an the snow hasnt left yet Sleighing ever since we are making ice today It is 12 inches thick you might know how cold it would be Every thing OK Clark'. Convention, June 1908, Lima, Ohio" post card showing the large number of electric lights to great advantage, made in Germany, note on back dates to 1910, trivial corner & edge wear. The negative was flipped in printing so you need to read it with a mirror. "TEAGARDEN OR CENTENNIAL BRIDGE -- Colum- / biana County #5 located in Salem Twp. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! "Ladies Perfumed Calendar / 1894 / Compliments / of / E. Hoyt & Co., Lowell, Mass." showing a girl with flower basket with 2 blue & white birds. $15.00 pabcggom LOCKBOURNE AIR FORCE BASE (FRANKLIN COUNTY). · CHICAGO 39, ILLINOIS" advertising brochure in 8, each printed front & back in full color; features & pricing details for 29 different models--Bantam (shown), Barbie (shown), Buddy (shown), Corvette, Deluxe American, Fiesta, Fleet, Hollywood, Hornet, Pixie (shown), Starlet, etc. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Bessie Mc Intosh in Zanesville Ohio (about her Aunt Jennie, in part), minor corner & edge wear. Bakenbush" penned in name on front hard to read due to sloppy writing & a pen skip--Bakenbush or Bakerbush or something like that; rider astride an Indian motorcycle with large (winner-size for an important race) trophy, Azo (triangles all up) real photo taken by Myers Photo Company (112 So. Back annotation: ' My former partner in Lancaster O 3-1-1910.' The writing on the trophy is not legible under high magnification. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Clara Beall Tofe in Coshocton Ohio by her Uncle Charlie, long vertical crease, internal crease from the bottom edge. Morris, Camp Director" an Oregonia Ohio YMCA facility; advertising postcard mailed 1921 to Mr. Dillard Estell in Dayton, small bottom corner crease. Zierolf in Hamler Ohio, all corners creased, light spotty toning. Almina Downing in Xenia Ohio, conveying a great deal of family news (John, Sarah, Laura, Dena, Maynard, Vince, Lydia, ...) from a cousin, bottom corner bend, slight oxidation with age. Nothing like it found when we searched the Internet: no offers, no sales recorded, no displays. S.474 on back, made in the USA, mild corner rounding. Grimes) in Galion Ohio, small spot of light toning on back, trivial edge wear at 2 spots. "From / LIMA, OHIO / 'Pears' / and / 'pairs' / are both the / finest here" generic art on post card from Series No. 580 Germany" including several streetcars in the foreground & the Hoover Brothers building (sold stoves, lamps, dishes, furniture, etc.) in the midground; black & white postcard, red caption, undivided back, light toning in front caption area, minor wear. "Motor sled" uncaptioned so we quote briefly from the explanatory message, Azo (triangles up) sepia-tone real photo postcard, addressed to Mr Charles De Long in Sarasota Florida & messaged but not stamped (probably used as an enclosure within a cover), oxidation consistent with circa-1917 age, a bit of the lower left front corner missing but not knocked off or scissor-cut (probable end-of-a roll at printer), other corners with minor rounding. This car could have been on the Bellefontaine-Lima, Lima-Toledo, Lima-Defiance, or the Lima- Fort Wayne line. $2.25 o(l)l LITTLE BEAVER CREEK (COLUMBIANA COUNTY). 761 on Little Beaver Creek" unused chrome-era post card from a photo credited to Alice Dillon, excellent condition. Wanted to buy--undivided back postcards from there, and postal cards mailed from there. Hildreth (Washington Hildreth 1829 - 1908) of Lock Ohio. Toning is noticeable both sides, 3 corners creased. Frank Bennett in Zanesville, minor wear at 3 corners, minor stamp damage. "SCHOOL HOUSE, LEROY, O." with 3 horse-drawn buses outside it, one marked 'LEROY SCHOOL' the other marked 'DIS. 3'; real photo postcard mailed at messaged at Le Roy Ohio JUL 10 1908 & mailed same day at Seville Ohio to Mrs. / Tobias Photo" showing many people (some in bathing attire) on a walkway with trash cans, unused DOPS real photo postcard with good contrast & composition, trivial wear at 3 corners. / is the last word for progress." unused postcard numbered C. $4.00 o(l) Uncaptioned sepia-tone real photo postcard showing interurban 230 destined for Lima Ohio, loaded with passengers who posed for this possibly unique shot, unused, tiny bottom corner crease, light oxidation consistent with age. "WAGNALLS MEMORIAL / LITHOPOLIS, OHIO" showing the interior of the library, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, 3 tiny spots of toning near one back corner. "Will send you a card of my 3 grandchildren, the boy holding the colt is my hired hand ... " [writer, unfamiliar with back message writing, ran out of room so her name is hard to read], divided-back sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed AUG 19 1907 at Lodi Ohio to Mrs. 7 Green, Logan, Ohio / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 8B5-N" as it looked circa 1948, unused linen postcard distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, rubber band mark on back, good edges. "Hocking Valley Depot, Logan, Ohio" a long Chesapeake & Ohio Railway passenger train in the station, many people on the platform, horse-drawn vehicles nearby; sepia-tone post card with red caption, mailed 1916 to Mrs. "ROCK HOUSE, NEAR LOGAN, OHIO" postcard made in Germany for publisher F. Case in Logan, mailed JUL 21 1908 (a bit fuzzy COLUMBUS & POMEROY TR35 R. "'A word to the wise is sufficient.' The word / Lewisburg, O. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Edna Wiegel in Tremont City Ohio by her niece Helen, speckles of cancel ink both sides, minor corner rounding. & D., NORTH, LIMA, O." showing the interurban car near the bridge over the long Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad train passing beneath it; sepia-tone postcard mailed there 1911, good edges, last name of addressee erased on back. "West Market showing Interurban Station, / Lima, Ohio." with people boarding (center) a car of the Lake Erie & Western Railroad near Piper's Grocery & Meat Market store (right); post card with unevenly divided back mailed APR 1 1908 ( clear SAND. $2.50 o(l)l LITHOPOLIS (FAIRFIELD COUNTY & FRANKLIN COUNTY). "Hocking Hills Country Club and Golf Course, from No.

]].75 o(l)"CLARENCE MILLER / He's Your Kind Of Congressman / A native, former mayor and lifelong resident of / Lancaster / ..." listing more background & policy preferences, campaign postcard bulk-rate mailed from Lancaster Ohio (Permit No. An electrical engineer by prior trade, he held patents about pumping of gas. "County Fair Grounds, Lancaster, Ohio." an aerial view including the racetrack prominently, printed circa 1910, numbered A-12112 on back, unused, album impressions at corners, fairly fresh. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in format. "Main Street, East from Columbus Street, / Lancaster, Ohio" where Hughey & Co. 10 presidents have / been welcomed at Ohio's oldest inn since 1815 ..." unused chrome postcard in near-mint condition. Feller, druggist in Leesburg Ohio on the back, 32 pages with housekeeping tips for women accented in red, plus covers in color, 1" tear on back cover, several minor faults. No one had this one, no one offered it previously, no one displayed it, so it is rare. Frame it for an inexpensive gift to the right Lima couple. "Lima Driving Park, Lima, Ohio." showing a harness race in progress, post card mailed there 1910, considerable corner & edge wear (including the inexplicable white triangular spot on the bottom), several tiny speckles of cancel ink in the sky, internal crease at the top center. "LINCOLN HIGHWAY HISTORIC BYWAY / Lima Locomotive Works" with art depicting it as it appeared from above; unused continental postcard, near mint condition. The Lima News (Lima Ohio) on December 8 1917 wrote on its page 1 that "Ohio, Indiana, and part of West Virginia were swept by a terrific blizzard today". The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternity of Union Army veterans from the Civil War. Jones' on the front, black-and-white portrait on government postal card mailed at Lima in 1944 to a West Milton resident, even browning of paper both sides, thinned area at top left back corner affects nothing. ROSE (ROMAN CATHOLIC) CHURCH & SCHOOL, / LIMA, OHIO" unevenly divided back postcard printed in Germany for S. "K1NPT" continental QSL card on brownish paper mailed 1961 by Emile J. Merchant's handstamp in violet: 'LOCKLAND BICYCLE SHOP / ... The company was long in operation -- from at least 1885 -- selling coffee & spices from their location at 11 North Main Street. John in Navarre Ohio, postmarked JUL 31 1914 at Mansfield, holed for hanging, trivial corner rounding. Our guess is that the lady -- Oleo Pearl Thompson as we learn from the writing on front -- is operating a label-making machine with a capping machine behind her. // Short / Westerville, O." at an angle to show their handsome stained glass windows; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed 9-18-11 to Mrs. Please check your albums: there is a similar postcard without our photographer' inscription near the bottom right front edge (at the base of the tree). Armstrong Airport in Auglaize County Ohio, 1969 copyright, pertinent writing on back for identification, otherwise excellent condition. RAINEY HARPER, (MUSKINGUM COLLEGE), NEW CONCORD, OHIO, ON NATIONAL HIGHWAY" when it sat between a cash grocery and a 2-story brick building, prior to its renovation in 1937; unused white-border era postcard, near mint condition. "West Main at Nova" sepia-tone real photo mailed there 1908 to Mrs. / MANSFIELD, OHIO // Yours truly / Tom Cann" salesman's preprinted postal card (1-c Mc Kinley with unevenly divided back) mailed at Arcanum Ohio July 16 1910 to B. Finfrock in Springfield Ohio, light yellowish toning both sides, trivial corner & edge wear. Johnson in Same, Ohio (c/o Seth Moore on RFD#2) by her daughter Susie, oxidation consistent with age, good edges. Regular-size postcard showing its De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter (N347MA) at Neil A. SALE IN PROGRESS o(n)g(d)a NOVA (TROY TOWNSHIP, ASHLAND COUNTY). "A TRIBUTE OF LOVE / To / The Memory of my Parents / Both born in this village, ADAM W. / ..." commemorative plaque at the library in the Wagnalls Memorial, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, excellent condition. We take our caption from the side of the car which plainly shows the complete name of the interurban. .00 r(n)o(c)p would be filling in for a pastor on vacation at the Umstead Bible Class of the Christian Church, corner crease, lacks freshness. .00 o LITHOPOLIS (FAIRFIELD COUNTY & FRANKLIN COUNTY). "RAPID TRANSIT, MIDDLETOWN, OHIO." black & white post card published by Dysert's Art Store, mailed there in 1917 to Miss Henrietta Oberlies in Dayton, trivial wear at one corner, faint 1" internal crease from the bottom edge. .00 m(o)g(j)mns West on 3rd St., Middletown Ohio" showing a mule drawn streetcar having just passed the City Hotel, the Morris storefront & Up-to-Date Tailors offering suits and overcoats, 2 boys on bicycles in the left foreground; black & white postcard with red caption, circa 1916, minor corner wear & rounding. When we checked, the local library did not list the card in their extensive collection. "NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION & LIGHT COMPANY" showing express & baggage car 4 with four employees nearby, uncaptioned unused AZO (triangles up) real photo post card with crisp focus & contrast, neat violet handstamp of photographer G. Byerly in Canton Ohio on the back, vertical crease through the center, oxidation consistent with age (company existed 1902 - 1926, connecting Akron to Canton & Massillon). Then serving these communities for over 94 years; now sadly gone. "GREENHOUSE--KINGWOOD CENTER / MANSFIELD, OHIO / One of many indoor flower displays..." unused Curteichcolor with yellowing of the paper on back, minor wear at one corner. .00 o(m) "Mansfield-Ohio Business College / Mansfield, Ohio / The School "on the Square" P. Frederick Mgr." August 1914 calendar postcard, typed testimonial message on back ' 'The FALL TERM of the College will begin in September. Some quarry workers, scaffolding & a lift are beneath. H.' Trivial edge wear, lightly toned back, 2 pencil lines on back may erase well. "Land of Cross-tipped Churches / Ohio Byway" picturing the Maria Stein Convent and Relic Chapel & its marker erected by the Ohio Historical Society, unused continental post card, fairly fresh. Lowell, Mass." on a trade card copyrighted 1888 for George R. Obviously one-of-a-kind: no caption, no attribution of the photography or the publisher. "Looking upstream on a portion of Muskingum River Ohio / Ptg. Johns..." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1958 at White Cottage. Uncaptioned black & white postcard showing the side-wheel steamer Zanetta heavily laden with passengers, mailed 1907 for Mc Connelsville to Sardis Ohio, minor rounding of the corners, small corner crease, shiny thumbprint spot in the foreground dirt, a little writing in the front sky. "A Traveler's Guide to / The Historic National Road in Ohio / The Read That Helped Build America" by Glenn Harper & Doug Smith, approximately 8"x9.5" 46-page booklet in full color, profusely illustrated with maps & historical notes. by sender) with Columbus & Athens RPO handstamp clearly applied, to Greenfield Ohio. Sender writes in part: 'Some class to our new street car'. Charles Bohlman in West Alexandria Ohio, minor wear at the bottom corners. The correct spelling of the village name is New Bremen. This log house in the Federal style was operated as a museum by Muskingum at that time. "MAC DONALD'S POSTAL STUDIO / NEW CONCORD, OHIO." Unused Cyko real photo postcard showing a pitcher in action circa 1910, from the estate of a Southern Ohio semi-pro league player. ) NEW HAMPSHIRE (GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, AUGLAIZE COUNTY). Lucy Aylworth in West Liberty Iowa by her niece conveying lots of family news, good edges, very light album toning on the back. Message on back (corrected for some misspellings, punctuation & grammar) reads: 'Right here is where you would've found me if you had come to Nova. people at the front, mailed there circa 1910 by Mary Copeland, corner crease, 2 internal creases (one long), edge scrape at lower left corner. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in format. "W8GPG" shortwave (7 MHz) QSL postcard mailed (red QCWA label tied by Cincinnati cancel) by operator William Pl Steubach, 2 club insignias & Bridges of Friendship design, mild corner & edge wear. Uncaptioned sepia-tone real photo of 5 women with wide-brimmed hats overlooking the flooding of the Ohio River (probably the one in 1913) with parts of homes submerged; mailed there 1916 by Glenn Yates, low contrast / grayish, light toning on front. BLISS COLLEGE (Columbus & Mansfield Ohio) "1992-1993 / CATALOG", 48 pages plus covers, like new. Rare: when we searched the Internet, we could not find its like in present or past offers, or on display. Rare: this is the only paper memorabilia we could find on the Internet for this short-lived educational institution. / Mansfield / Ohio" sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, writing on back used as our caption. Possibly one-of-a-kind: no printed caption, no attributions to photographer or to publisher. "SOUTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE AND COURT HOUSE, MANSFIELD, OHIO / 1458-29" including Princes Lunch & the nearby tailor shop with autos parked outside, as it looked in 1929; white-border era, unused MARBLEHEAD (OTTAWA COUNTY). Uncaptioned & unused Cyko sepia-tone real photo postcard showing showing this shortline's engine, tender & caboose read to push cars loaded with limestone from a stone quarry at Marblehead to lake freighters (ultimately to be used by blast furnaces making steel). .00 o(m)MARIA STEIN (MARION TOWNSHIP, MERCER COUNTY). hand cancel) to Miss May Connor in Guernsey Ohio, lightly toned back, minor corner & edge wear. "Greetings from / Neelysville, Ohio" generic embossed floral postcard within an ornate border, mailed at Mc Connelsville MAY 12 1908 to Mrs. Rare; we found no other offered or even exhibited when we searched the Internet. The registration for this aircraft was cancelled in 1991 after it was destroyed. Uncaptioned real photo postcard of its clean & glistening interurban car with dignitaries posed around it, the letters H S and C intertwined in a monogram plain over their shoulders; mailed 3/8/10 from Nelsonville (abbreviated Nels. Greber // New Breman(sic), / OHIO" showing a well-dressed man wearing a medal standing next to his bike, photographic cabinet card approximately 4" x 7" with photographer's embossed imprint at the bottom (which we use as the caption), serrated edges & gilded with rounded corners as usual, blank back. Station / New Bremen, / O." including passengers at the Western Ohio Railway station located between the barber shop & the Hotel Laut bar; sepia-tone real photo post card mailed there 1912, trivial corner rounding. The educator Harper was first president of the University fo Chicago & Bradley University. MANCHESTER / 1908 MAPLE AVENUE FARM / HORACE DUNCAN BUILDER" picturing the round barn that is now on the National Register of Historic Places; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed NOV 29 1909 to Mrs. Frank Richards in Grand Rapids Michigan from her husband F. Richards, spotty toning on the address side of the back obscures nothing, minor corner wear, oxidation consistent with age. Offered elsewhere as high as .45, but we need just .00. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in format for .75. .75 o(l)-r"City Building, Lancaster, Ohio." including nearby Flynn's Cafe, circa 1907-1908 post card with unevenly divided back, multiple heavy creases, toned back with a 10-unit Cooperative Trading Stamp Co. Rare: no others found offered, illustrated, or even mentioned when we searched the Internet. "THE LOBBY OF THE GOLDEN LAMB / Lebanon, Ohio / ... Miles' / Household / Help Book" advertising booklet for Nervine Tablets, Liquid Tablets, laxative tablets, Aspir-Mint & more with the handstamp of Charles W. .00 o(l)pwgm Leipsic Ohio 1877 / This town is first rate / the scenery's great, And I'm certainly feeling fine, ..." postcard with unevenly divided back mailed there OCT26 1914 (with a 1-c parcel post stamp tied, but stamp damaged) to Mrs. The design obviously intended for smaller towns was not popular; the only one we could find when searching the Internet was for Park Lake Michigan. hand cancel) to Miss Rhea Snyder in Dayton Ohio, small part of one lower corner chipped away, short internal crease from the top edge, splotch of cancel ink mostly in the sky & front border, old price on back may not erase well (we will try). "ALLEN COUNTY MEMORIAL HALL, LIMA, OHIO" showing an exterior corner, white-border era postcard, unused, slight toning to the back, tiny corner crease, other corners with minor corner wear. "County Court House, Lima, O." a corner view including a few pedestrians, black & white Rotograph post card with sky tint, mailed there 1907 to Mrs. 980, mailed there 1914, lightly toned both sides, mild corner wear & rounding. The entire message punctuation & misspellings are preserved here: 'Hello Buck how is things going down there here is a picture of the motor sled Umbaugh & I made took the engine and tire wheel out of the motor sackle We was to Lima 2 Sundays It will run as fast as the motor sackle does We had it running about 40 miles an hour on North St My girl is sitting on behind It was taken Christmas day We have been having some wether It got cold right after you left an the snow hasnt left yet Sleighing ever since we are making ice today It is 12 inches thick you might know how cold it would be Every thing OK Clark'. Convention, June 1908, Lima, Ohio" post card showing the large number of electric lights to great advantage, made in Germany, note on back dates to 1910, trivial corner & edge wear. The negative was flipped in printing so you need to read it with a mirror. "TEAGARDEN OR CENTENNIAL BRIDGE -- Colum- / biana County #5 located in Salem Twp. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! "Ladies Perfumed Calendar / 1894 / Compliments / of / E. Hoyt & Co., Lowell, Mass." showing a girl with flower basket with 2 blue & white birds. .00 pabcggom LOCKBOURNE AIR FORCE BASE (FRANKLIN COUNTY). · CHICAGO 39, ILLINOIS" advertising brochure in 8, each printed front & back in full color; features & pricing details for 29 different models--Bantam (shown), Barbie (shown), Buddy (shown), Corvette, Deluxe American, Fiesta, Fleet, Hollywood, Hornet, Pixie (shown), Starlet, etc. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Bessie Mc Intosh in Zanesville Ohio (about her Aunt Jennie, in part), minor corner & edge wear. Bakenbush" penned in name on front hard to read due to sloppy writing & a pen skip--Bakenbush or Bakerbush or something like that; rider astride an Indian motorcycle with large (winner-size for an important race) trophy, Azo (triangles all up) real photo taken by Myers Photo Company (112 So. Back annotation: ' My former partner in Lancaster O 3-1-1910.' The writing on the trophy is not legible under high magnification. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Clara Beall Tofe in Coshocton Ohio by her Uncle Charlie, long vertical crease, internal crease from the bottom edge. Morris, Camp Director" an Oregonia Ohio YMCA facility; advertising postcard mailed 1921 to Mr. Dillard Estell in Dayton, small bottom corner crease. Zierolf in Hamler Ohio, all corners creased, light spotty toning. Almina Downing in Xenia Ohio, conveying a great deal of family news (John, Sarah, Laura, Dena, Maynard, Vince, Lydia, ...) from a cousin, bottom corner bend, slight oxidation with age. Nothing like it found when we searched the Internet: no offers, no sales recorded, no displays. S.474 on back, made in the USA, mild corner rounding. Grimes) in Galion Ohio, small spot of light toning on back, trivial edge wear at 2 spots. "From / LIMA, OHIO / 'Pears' / and / 'pairs' / are both the / finest here" generic art on post card from Series No. 580 Germany" including several streetcars in the foreground & the Hoover Brothers building (sold stoves, lamps, dishes, furniture, etc.) in the midground; black & white postcard, red caption, undivided back, light toning in front caption area, minor wear. "Motor sled" uncaptioned so we quote briefly from the explanatory message, Azo (triangles up) sepia-tone real photo postcard, addressed to Mr Charles De Long in Sarasota Florida & messaged but not stamped (probably used as an enclosure within a cover), oxidation consistent with circa-1917 age, a bit of the lower left front corner missing but not knocked off or scissor-cut (probable end-of-a roll at printer), other corners with minor rounding. This car could have been on the Bellefontaine-Lima, Lima-Toledo, Lima-Defiance, or the Lima- Fort Wayne line. .25 o(l)l LITTLE BEAVER CREEK (COLUMBIANA COUNTY). 761 on Little Beaver Creek" unused chrome-era post card from a photo credited to Alice Dillon, excellent condition. Wanted to buy--undivided back postcards from there, and postal cards mailed from there. Hildreth (Washington Hildreth 1829 - 1908) of Lock Ohio. Toning is noticeable both sides, 3 corners creased. Frank Bennett in Zanesville, minor wear at 3 corners, minor stamp damage. "SCHOOL HOUSE, LEROY, O." with 3 horse-drawn buses outside it, one marked 'LEROY SCHOOL' the other marked 'DIS. 3'; real photo postcard mailed at messaged at Le Roy Ohio JUL 10 1908 & mailed same day at Seville Ohio to Mrs. / Tobias Photo" showing many people (some in bathing attire) on a walkway with trash cans, unused DOPS real photo postcard with good contrast & composition, trivial wear at 3 corners. / is the last word for progress." unused postcard numbered C. .00 o(l) Uncaptioned sepia-tone real photo postcard showing interurban 230 destined for Lima Ohio, loaded with passengers who posed for this possibly unique shot, unused, tiny bottom corner crease, light oxidation consistent with age. "WAGNALLS MEMORIAL / LITHOPOLIS, OHIO" showing the interior of the library, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, 3 tiny spots of toning near one back corner. "Will send you a card of my 3 grandchildren, the boy holding the colt is my hired hand ... " [writer, unfamiliar with back message writing, ran out of room so her name is hard to read], divided-back sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed AUG 19 1907 at Lodi Ohio to Mrs. 7 Green, Logan, Ohio / Ohio's Scenic Wonderland 8B5-N" as it looked circa 1948, unused linen postcard distributed by Cases Drug Store in Logan, rubber band mark on back, good edges. "Hocking Valley Depot, Logan, Ohio" a long Chesapeake & Ohio Railway passenger train in the station, many people on the platform, horse-drawn vehicles nearby; sepia-tone post card with red caption, mailed 1916 to Mrs. "ROCK HOUSE, NEAR LOGAN, OHIO" postcard made in Germany for publisher F. Case in Logan, mailed JUL 21 1908 (a bit fuzzy COLUMBUS & POMEROY TR35 R. "'A word to the wise is sufficient.' The word / Lewisburg, O. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Edna Wiegel in Tremont City Ohio by her niece Helen, speckles of cancel ink both sides, minor corner rounding. & D., NORTH, LIMA, O." showing the interurban car near the bridge over the long Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad train passing beneath it; sepia-tone postcard mailed there 1911, good edges, last name of addressee erased on back. "West Market showing Interurban Station, / Lima, Ohio." with people boarding (center) a car of the Lake Erie & Western Railroad near Piper's Grocery & Meat Market store (right); post card with unevenly divided back mailed APR 1 1908 ( clear SAND. .50 o(l)l LITHOPOLIS (FAIRFIELD COUNTY & FRANKLIN COUNTY). "Hocking Hills Country Club and Golf Course, from No.

.75 o(l)"CLARENCE MILLER / He's Your Kind Of Congressman / A native, former mayor and lifelong resident of / Lancaster / ..." listing more background & policy preferences, campaign postcard bulk-rate mailed from Lancaster Ohio (Permit No. An electrical engineer by prior trade, he held patents about pumping of gas. "County Fair Grounds, Lancaster, Ohio." an aerial view including the racetrack prominently, printed circa 1910, numbered A-12112 on back, unused, album impressions at corners, fairly fresh. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in format. "Main Street, East from Columbus Street, / Lancaster, Ohio" where Hughey & Co. 10 presidents have / been welcomed at Ohio's oldest inn since 1815 ..." unused chrome postcard in near-mint condition. Feller, druggist in Leesburg Ohio on the back, 32 pages with housekeeping tips for women accented in red, plus covers in color, 1" tear on back cover, several minor faults. No one had this one, no one offered it previously, no one displayed it, so it is rare. Frame it for an inexpensive gift to the right Lima couple. "Lima Driving Park, Lima, Ohio." showing a harness race in progress, post card mailed there 1910, considerable corner & edge wear (including the inexplicable white triangular spot on the bottom), several tiny speckles of cancel ink in the sky, internal crease at the top center. "LINCOLN HIGHWAY HISTORIC BYWAY / Lima Locomotive Works" with art depicting it as it appeared from above; unused continental postcard, near mint condition. The Lima News (Lima Ohio) on December 8 1917 wrote on its page 1 that "Ohio, Indiana, and part of West Virginia were swept by a terrific blizzard today". The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternity of Union Army veterans from the Civil War. Jones' on the front, black-and-white portrait on government postal card mailed at Lima in 1944 to a West Milton resident, even browning of paper both sides, thinned area at top left back corner affects nothing. ROSE (ROMAN CATHOLIC) CHURCH & SCHOOL, / LIMA, OHIO" unevenly divided back postcard printed in Germany for S. "K1NPT" continental QSL card on brownish paper mailed 1961 by Emile J. Merchant's handstamp in violet: 'LOCKLAND BICYCLE SHOP / ...

The company was long in operation -- from at least 1885 -- selling coffee & spices from their location at 11 North Main Street. John in Navarre Ohio, postmarked JUL 31 1914 at Mansfield, holed for hanging, trivial corner rounding. Our guess is that the lady -- Oleo Pearl Thompson as we learn from the writing on front -- is operating a label-making machine with a capping machine behind her. // Short / Westerville, O." at an angle to show their handsome stained glass windows; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed 9-18-11 to Mrs. Please check your albums: there is a similar postcard without our photographer' inscription near the bottom right front edge (at the base of the tree). Armstrong Airport in Auglaize County Ohio, 1969 copyright, pertinent writing on back for identification, otherwise excellent condition. RAINEY HARPER, (MUSKINGUM COLLEGE), NEW CONCORD, OHIO, ON NATIONAL HIGHWAY" when it sat between a cash grocery and a 2-story brick building, prior to its renovation in 1937; unused white-border era postcard, near mint condition. "West Main at Nova" sepia-tone real photo mailed there 1908 to Mrs.

/ MANSFIELD, OHIO // Yours truly / Tom Cann" salesman's preprinted postal card (1-c Mc Kinley with unevenly divided back) mailed at Arcanum Ohio July 16 1910 to B. Finfrock in Springfield Ohio, light yellowish toning both sides, trivial corner & edge wear. Johnson in Same, Ohio (c/o Seth Moore on RFD#2) by her daughter Susie, oxidation consistent with age, good edges. Regular-size postcard showing its De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter (N347MA) at Neil A. SALE IN PROGRESS o(n)g(d)a NOVA (TROY TOWNSHIP, ASHLAND COUNTY).

"A TRIBUTE OF LOVE / To / The Memory of my Parents / Both born in this village, ADAM W. / ..." commemorative plaque at the library in the Wagnalls Memorial, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, excellent condition. We take our caption from the side of the car which plainly shows the complete name of the interurban. .00 r(n)o(c)p would be filling in for a pastor on vacation at the Umstead Bible Class of the Christian Church, corner crease, lacks freshness.

.00 o LITHOPOLIS (FAIRFIELD COUNTY & FRANKLIN COUNTY). "RAPID TRANSIT, MIDDLETOWN, OHIO." black & white post card published by Dysert's Art Store, mailed there in 1917 to Miss Henrietta Oberlies in Dayton, trivial wear at one corner, faint 1" internal crease from the bottom edge. .00 m(o)g(j)mns West on 3rd St., Middletown Ohio" showing a mule drawn streetcar having just passed the City Hotel, the Morris storefront & Up-to-Date Tailors offering suits and overcoats, 2 boys on bicycles in the left foreground; black & white postcard with red caption, circa 1916, minor corner wear & rounding. When we checked, the local library did not list the card in their extensive collection. "NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION & LIGHT COMPANY" showing express & baggage car 4 with four employees nearby, uncaptioned unused AZO (triangles up) real photo post card with crisp focus & contrast, neat violet handstamp of photographer G. Byerly in Canton Ohio on the back, vertical crease through the center, oxidation consistent with age (company existed 1902 - 1926, connecting Akron to Canton & Massillon).

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