|A classic by artist Ellen Clapsaddle.|
Published by International Art Publ Co.,
printed in Germany, and postmarked
1910 from Kansas City, MO.
|A striking graphic published by Cincinnati's|
Gibson Art Co. Not mailed, so no postmark.
|Postcard by artist H.B. Griggs, whose initials are at bottom left.|
I found a number by him a few years ago in an antique shop
in Louisville, Ky., and snapped them all up. It was not mailed,
but is circa 1910 and was published by L & E (series2262).
|The two postcards above were published by England's|
Raphael Tuck & Sons in its "Hallowe'en" series No. 188.
The top one wasn't mailed, but the bottom card
sports an Oct. 31, 1912 postmark.
|One of the beautiful women that publisher John Winsch|
was noted for. Generally, the cards were illustrated by
artist Samuel L. Schmucker. This looks like his work, but
isn't signed, so I'm not sure. It wasn't mailed,
but is dated 1912 on the front.
|Not a clue on this one. Not mailed,|
and the message on back is simply
the name Eland and "from father."
But love the owl!