PORTRAIT OF DOROTHY SENDING HER “BEST LOVE” FROM BLACKPOOL, ENGLAND (1918)

This vintage real photo postcard features a pretty young woman named Dorothy. She appears to be in her teenage years. Note her braided hair which is tied with a large bow. Dorothy wrote a message on the reverse of this postcard. She declares that she sends the postcard “With Best Love” and she indicates that the postcard was written in 1918. The photographer of this photograph is C. F. Wiggins and his studio was located in Blackpool, England. This lovely postcard is more than one hundred years old and is in good condition (see scans).

 

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PRETTY WOMAN WEARING A GORGEOUS HAT IN BLACKPOOL, ENGLAND (VINTAGE RPPC)

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This vintage real photo postcard features a pretty young woman wearing a big and wonderful summer hat. She is wearing the hat at a seaside setting. She posed for this photograph at Cooper Brothers Studio at Promenade and Central Pier in Blackpool, England. This unused postcard has terrific clarity.

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WOMAN AND A BOOK IN HALIFAX OR BLACKPOOL, ENGLAND

A serious looking young woman poses with her book in this cabinet card portrait by Edgar Gregson, who had studios in both Halifax an Blackpool, England. The woman is wearing a pretty hat, ruffled collar, and jewelry. There also seems to be a bookmark hanging down under the woman’s left hand.

 

 

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MAN AND TWO WOMEN POSE ON BOARD SHIP IN BLACKPOOL, GREAT BRITAIN

This cabinet card of a man and two women posing aboard a ship, was photographed by D. Mitchell of Blackpool, Great Britain. The photographer, whose studio was located near a pier in the seaside city of Blackpool, utilized a relevant nautical theme. The backdrop is fantastic and the hanging rope held by the gentleman, and the ropes in front of the ladies, are a “great touch”. This is one of the finest uses of background scenery and props that can be found in the entire cabinet card gallery. The South Pier was originally named the Victoria Pier. The pier opened in 1893 and served  vacation travelers to Blackpool. The subjects of this cabinet card image are likely tourists on holiday.

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