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  • Author:
    Jeffrey R. Willis
  • ISBN:
    0738502944
  • ISBN13:
    978-0738502946
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  • Publisher:
    Arcadia Publishing (September 27, 1999)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    Americas
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Spartanburg, South Carolina - Jeffrey R. Willis. The history of the postcard has been much retold in other postcard histories.

Spartanburg, South Carolina - Jeffrey R. Philip Racine’s pictorial history of Spartanburg has already utilized the photographs. There is no need to duplicate that excellent work. That information will not be repeated here. The newcomer to the genre may be interested in one phase of the postcard’s evolution.

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Spartanburg, South Carolina contains scenes of early textile mills, postcards from the early military training camp at. .Author Jeffrey R. Willis has created, in word and image, an insightful history, sharing Spartanburg's unique story and traditions.

Author Jeffrey R. A treasure of visual history, Spartanburg, South Carolina will appeal to all readers, whether a longtime native, a newcomer to the region, or simply a visitor to the city famous for historic mills and New South industry.

Spartanburg, South Carolina - Libro electrónico escrito por Jeffrey R. This book, containing over 200 vintage postcards, allows readers to see one of the Souths most historic cities as it looked in the earlier part of the twentieth centurya time when the city was experiencing unparalleled growth.

Postcard History ww. ostcardhistory The first article in Postcard History ww. ostcardhistory. net this week views Christmas through the lens of the perennially happy time it never always was. net on Monday took a look at the non-James Bond girl Maude Adams, an astonishingly successful stage actor who was the 1905 star of Peter Pan. She toured the country until felled in the Great Flu Epidemic of 1918. A 1953 train wreck in Washington’s Union Station should have killed a lot of people on their way to President Eisenhower’s inauguration, but it didn’t. The first article in Postcard History ww.

Postcards, as we are familiar with them today, have taken a considerable amount of time to develop. The following is a brief general history of the postcard in the United States. The dates for each time period are not concrete and different sources contain slightly variable dates. It is also important to keep in mind that postcard types produced in one period could also be produced in another, but were simply not produced in the same volume as other card types of the period.

Spartanburg, South Carolina - Where many of my wive's ancestors lived. Given their African, Native American heritage and the history of slavery in the area there is a good chance her family were slaves there. Unfortunately, given the lack of adequate records we have had difficulty finding proof of this assumption. A horrible thing to assume, but a probable truth.

South Carolina was one of the original thirteen states of the United States. In 1663 the English Crown granted land to eight proprietors of what became the colony.

Spartanburg, South Carolina. by Jeffrey R. Postcards are an important element of understanding our past, for they provide future generations a rare glimpse into a world that many times has disappeared under the aegis of expansion and progress. This book, containing over 200 vintage postcards, allows readers to see one of the South s most historic cities as it looked in the earlier part of the twentieth century a time when the city was experiencing unparalleled growth.

Postcards are an important element of understanding our past, for they provide future generations a rare glimpse into a world that many times has disappeared under the aegis of expansion and progress. This book, containing over 200 vintage postcards, allows readers to see one of the South’s most historic cities as it looked in the earlier part of the twentieth century―a time when the city was experiencing unparalleled growth. Spartanburg, South Carolina contains scenes of early textile mills, postcards from the early military training camp at Camp Wadsworth, and images of the rapid development of downtown, showcasing Morgan Square, Midtown, Magnolia Street, and Church Street.