Sat. April 12th, 2:00pm – Canadian Postcard Publishers. TPC member Mike Smith, raconteur and author/editor of 8 postcard handbooks will provide us with an overview of some of the major Canadian Publishers during the ‘Golden Age of Postcards’. mikesmithbooks.ca
Location: Toronto Public Library
3083 Yonge Street at Lawrence (Locke Library)
An intriguing Valentine story with Toronto connections. Happy Valentine’s Day! from the Toronto Reference Library. Here’s the story.
Mystery Postcard #5. This time we’re looking for information to confirm time and place. The owner of this airplane RPPC has been told that it was taken in Sudbury in the 1930s and he would like to know why. The tail letters are NC then?3K If you click on the picture it will be enlarged.
Please send any theories with supporting information to email@example.com.
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Posted from Toronto, July 11, 1911.
This is some city. Going somewhere all the time. Will be home soon. Blanche.”