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The postcard collection is arranged alphabetically by county and then by locality, with the exception of New York City, which is arranged by borough.Also, there are some special categories for postcards of a particular region or event, such as Adirondack Mountains, Catskill Mountains, Hudson River Valley, Mohawk River Valley, and the Hudson-Fulton Celebration of 1909.The New York State Library Postcard collection comprises over ten thousand postcards of New York State.The postcards in this collection range in date from the late nineteenth century to the present day, with the bulk dated from 1905 to 1930.Most cards in the collection were commercially produced and represent well known landmarks, buildings, monuments of major cities and popular tourist destinations, such as the State Capitol in Albany, Statue of Liberty, and Niagara Falls.The hustle and bustle of New York City is well documented in this collection as too, are the major upstate cities of Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse.
One postcard album consists of views depicting the places a Robert and Clara Fulton visited during their tour of the world from September 1908 through May 1909."15--Aerial View of the University of Cincinnati, / Main Campus, Cincinnati, Ohio" including their sporting complex at the right--football stadium, baseball diamond, track & field venue; unused linen postcard printed by Curteich for J.Louis Motz News Company in Cincinnati, excellent condition..50 o(c)sssc"1993 / TRIPLE A / ALL-STAR GAME / CARD SET / WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1993 / A" complete Fleer set of 55 (54 players & checklist) baseball cards.Many of these players made the major leagues at least briefly, of course. ACADEMY GYMNASIUM, MERCERSBURG, PA." as seen from a distance, correctly conveying the spaciousness of their grounds & showing off part of the nearby baseball diamond at the left; unused sepia-tone AZO (no triangles, circa-1924 to - 1926) real photo postcard, good edges, slight curl to the paper (no problem in an album), very light album impressions at the corners. Still available for scholarly study & "ATWOOD STADIUM, FLINT, MICH. .00 mss(b) "Ball Park at Seacliffe Park, Leamington, Ontario, Canada.--12." with a baseball game in progress, probably a church league; unused postcard made in Canada by the Photogelatine Engraving Co., vertical crease is hard to notice, minor corner wear.
This first baseman made All Star appearances 9 consecutive times (1938 - 1946) & became World Series champion in 1940.