This vintage real photo postcard features a well dressed handsome young man wearing a stylish hat. He is bright eyed and has an appearance of confidence. This portrait photograph was taken by a private studio and the AZO stamp box indicates that the photo was taken sometime between 1904 and 1918. The postcard is in fair condition. Note the slight damage in the lower left hand corner of the postcard as well as the stains on the reverse.   (SOLD)

Published in: on October 20, 2018 at 12:00 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. He could be the young Luis (NOT Trouble’s father) who surprised me many times during his character arc in the Cordero saga. And the time it was taken fits right into the plot line. I’ve been blessed to find images and first-hand accounts that I actually discovered AFTER I’d written parts of the stories. Makes me wonder.

  2. I have come across a few books where authors have utilized photo postcards to illustrate their stories. One author actually published a book that displayed postcard images and their thought provoking Or humorous messages. Check out ransom Riggs book “talking pictures” (2012). He is a Kenyan college graduate and a very successful writer of books for younger folks.

    • Thanks for the tip. Chris and I both collect post cards and books about post cards, though he sells his…and sometimes mine! With my OK, of course.

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