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was the "Golden Age of Postcards", with the "Penny Postcard" being a popular way to send greetings to family and friends.
Penny Postcards today show us a snapshot of history, as seen in these views along the Columbia River.
Please do not download these images without permission. Penny Postcard, Postmarked 1908, "Fort Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Wash." Published by Sprouse & Sons, Tacoma, Washington.
Dating these postcards -- the generally accepted postcard guideline which I followed here is, "Pioneer Era" preceeded the "Private Mailing Card", popular between 18, "Undivided Back" cards were 1901 through 1907, "Divided Back" cards began in 1907 through 1915, "White Border" began in 1915 and continued to 1930, "Linen" cards were popular in the 1930s and continued through about 1945, and "Chrome" began in 1939 and continues today. Penny Postcard, ca.1940s, "Sacajawea State Park, State of Washington.".
One of the oldest landmarks on the Old Oregon Trail. Penny Postcard, ca.1930, "Celilo Falls from Columbia River Highway, Oregon".