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Genealogy & Vintage Postcards

A Festival of Postcards!

If you’re a regular reader you’ve probably noticed how much I love vintage and modern postcards. I’ve built up quite  a collection of these and most of the time I use them as visuals for my genealogy and family and social history work.  Today I’m proud to announce a brand new blog carnival called:  A F e s t i v a l o f P o s t c a r d sI hope you’ll share a postcard (or 2!) for our premiere issue on the theme of  WHEELS.

UPDATED – August 2009

A FESTIVAL OF POSTCARDS

A Festival of Postcards  (Premiere Issue)  Wheels – May 2009

A Festival of Postcards (2nd Ed.) – Main Street – June 2009

A Festival of Postcards (3rd Ed.) – Signs July 2009

A Festival of Postcards (4th Ed.) WATER – Call for Submissions!



May 4, 2009 - Posted by | .

3 Comments »

  1. Evelyn, I’ve added your carnival to my Calendar of Events for May and will join you in your Premiere Edition. I’m also writing a post highlighting the new carnival. Great idea!

    Comment by Miriam Robbins Midkiff | May 9, 2009 | Reply

  2. I had great plans for getting a lot of things done today – until I got news of your new carnival. I now have postcards spread all over the house looking for the perfect one(s) for the premiere. I’m afraid this carnival is going to be so addictive that I never get anything done again. ;D

    Comment by Denise Olson | May 10, 2009 | Reply

  3. Great Idea. I have a large collection of vintage cards from the Bewdley ON and Rice Lake areas. I find family in the RPPC cards regularly.

    Comment by Carolyne Sidey | May 19, 2009 | Reply


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