MRS. BRYANT’S KITCHEN : LINEN POSTCARD : STATESBORO, GEORGIA

This linen postcard is an advertisement for Mrs. Bryant’s Kitchen. The restaurant was located in Stesboro, Georgia. Note the AAA logo on the front of the card.  (SOLD)

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DAVIS BROS. RESTAURANT : CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS : ALBANY, GEORGIA : (1950’s)

This vintage printed postcard features a view of Davis Bros. Restaurant in Albany, Georgia.This restaurant was known for it’s charcoal broiled steaks. Signs in the parking lot announce that the establishment serves country cooking and that “Dinner is Ready”. Highway signs point to route19 and route 82. The make and model of the cars in the parking lot indicate that this card is from the 1950’s. Note the horse and buggy that shares the parking lot with the automobiles. This postcard was published by Stein Craftsmen of Atlanta, Georgia. This postcard is in excellent condition (see scans).   

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CARS ON THE BEACH : TYBEE ISLAND : SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

This vintage linen postcard features people and cars on Savannah Beach on Tybee Island in Savannah, Georgia. The postcard was published by Curteich-Chicago and is a “C.T. Art-Colortone postcard”. The card was distributed by Coastal News Co., located in Savannah, Georgia. This postcard has corner wear and is in overall good condition (see scans). SOLD

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TWO CORSETTED YOUNG WOMEN SHARE A FAN IN NEWPORT, PENNSYLVANIA

big fan big fan 1Two young women pose for their portrait in Newport, Pennsylvania. Both women are grasping one end of a fan that they hold behind their heads. Their raised arms highlight their hour glass figures which are given an assist by the corsets they are wearing. The photographer is named William Easter Lenney. He was located in Newport in the early 1890’s and moved to Atlanta, Georgia where he became a well known portrait photographer between 1894 and 1920. He and his family then moved to California. (SOLD)

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