New York State College for Teachers
Albany, New York
Mid Century Linen Postcard in Good, Posted (Albany, NY 1948) Condition. This card was made by the Tichnor Bros., Inc., of Boston, Massachusetts.
Back of Card:
Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by the Colonial Congress to consider a federation of the colonies. It has always been an important trading and transportation center.
Genealogists take note - Card addressed to:
Mr & Mrs George Hurvey
About Our Postcards
All items we sell come from a non-smoking home and are stored with loving care until they can be sent to their new owners. Individual cards are mailed in a protective archival rigid post card sleeve; multiple cards are mailed in a protective post card album with archival pages.
Many postcards are one of a kind so all cards are sold on a first come - first served basis. Orders for items already sold will be promptly refunded
I accept returns if notified within 7 days of receipt of the item. The item must be returned in the same condition as when shipped.