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San Francisco Vintage Paper Fair this Weekend
Join us this weekend at Golden Gate Park for the SF Paper Fair!
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Facebook’s secret weapon in the fight against Russian meddling? Postcards!
Postcards to the rescue!  Nice headline, but I don't think this will deter the KGB much.  Always nice to get a postcard in the mail though, even if it is just one from Facebook asking to confirm my address. https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/02/facebo...
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SF Vintage Paper Fair in The News
Nice write-up about this past weekend's show in the SF Chronicle: http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Postcards-from-the-past-at-Vintage-Paper-Fair-12480225.php
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San Francisco Paper Show This Weekend
Stop by Golden Gate Park this weekend.  We'll have lots of vintage postcards for 25c & $1 January 6 & 7 Saturday 10am to 6pm Sunday 11am to 5pm Golden Gate Park County Fair Building  9th Ave and Lincoln
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File Your Taxes on a Postcard
This is probably what Trump meant about being able to file your taxes on a postcard :
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Before there was Amazon or Google Express...
There was Sears "Instant Shopping":
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We'll be at the Vintage Paper Fair this weekend, January 16/17 with thousands of new postcards - mostly $1 and less!

Free admission, lots of great vintage stuff.
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CardCow will be at the Santa Cruz Show in Scotts Valley this Sunday with lots of new material. Free admission, millions of postcards and other Ephemera
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I got a copy of "Grand Canyon National Park: Past & Present" by Suzanne Silverthorn & I-Ting Chiang.  The book is chock-full of postcards and other ephemera from the early 1900's through the 1940's, and there are lots of great modern photos that show how much the park has (or hasn't) changed.

Lots of nice Fred Harvey cards, many published by the Detroit Publishing Company and Curt Teich: http://goo.gl/SssB6M
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1000 #Connecticut #Vintage Postcards added this week
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