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Picture postcards

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Postcards having a pictorial image on one side, often representations of a place or works of art, upon which a message can be written, then posted.

Found in 3797 Collections and/or Records:

World War I Postcard - Retour des Troupes [Return of the Troops], 1918

 Item — Box UNDA-CC-Photo-HalfDoc-001, Folder: GWW1 1/07
Identifier: GWW1 1/07.01
Scope and Contents

Fictitious drawing of troops and other people at a monument. Copyright by the Pantheon de la Guerre 1918. P. Carrier-Belleuse, A.F. Gorguet.

Dates: 1918

World War I Postcard - Roumanie [Romania], Alscae-Lorraine (fragment) [France], Paul Deroulede, 1918

 Item — Box UNDA-CC-Photo-HalfDoc-001, Folder: GWW1 1/07
Identifier: GWW1 1/07.04
Scope and Contents

Fictitious drawing of troops and other people at a monument. Copyright by the Pantheon de la Guerre 1918. P. Carrier-Belleuse, A.F. Gorguet.

Dates: 1918

World War I Postcard - Two men standing next to a medical ambulance truck while another sits at the driver's seat

 Item — Box UNDA-CC-Photo-HalfDoc-001, Folder: GWW1 1/08
Identifier: GWW1 1/08.04
Scope and Contents

Same image as GWW1 1/01.02 but halftoned.

Dates: circa 1910s-1921

World War I Postcard - View of Cormons, Italy, circa 1910s

 Item — Box UNDA-CC-Photo-HalfDoc-001, Folder: GWW1 1/08
Identifier: GWW1 1/08.03
Scope and Contents

Rev. Charles L. O'Donnell, C.S.C., wrote on the verso about this town, where he was stationed at the time.

Dates: circa 1910s

Wyoming, Greetings

 Item — Box GFCL 60, Folder: 12
Identifier: GFCL 60/12