Phostint postcards dating numbered
Lengthy explanation of the mountain name, derived from an Apache legend, printed on back. Sold but s ARAPAHO & SHOSHONI / ARAPAHOE & SHOSHONE. Stephens / Wyoming" multiview Espeprint postcard bearing a JUN 24 1958 hand cancel (but no stamp) & an interesting & lengthy note about the facility all over the back by L. A little wear to one upper corner & a little toning along one short front edge.
Capewell in Roseville Ohio, very light toning on back probably from an album, good edges. This Catholic mission ministers to the Arapahoe & Shoshoni Indians from the Wind River Reservation. Nine views include: chapel, shrine, main building, chapel interior, sisters building, gymnasium exterior & interior, etc.
EVANS / DENVER MOUNTAIN PARKS, COLORADO" looking towards Wyoming; unused linen postcard, tiny bottom corner bend that most people would not notice.
.75 c(d)w(s)m "207 An Inviting Road in the Rockies // THE CALL OF THE TRAIL. AND / GATEWAY TO THE GARDEN OF THE GODS, / FRAMED BY GNARLED CEDARS ..." linen postcard mailed 1953 from Colorado Springs, fresh colors & good edges, back paper starting to show its age.
.25 c(a)ms "24--Top of Hogback Mountain, Vermont / 5B-H958" including cars parked near two buildings, as it looked in 1945; unused Curteich linen post card, yellowish paper on back, trivial wear near 2 corners.
39" showing a roadside stand with 'CAMP No.2' carved over the doorway, unused white-border era postcard from J. Hartman & Company, small corner crease, minor corner wear. ..." postcard with July 1953 date written neatly on back, which we do not doubt. C 46753" missing period after C, unused linen from Asheville Post Card Company, fresh appearance & good edges. "N732:-ANI-TSAGE (INDIAN BALL) BEING PLAYED BY CHEROKEE INDIANS ON RESERVATION. Don Eli in Galion Ohio, lightly toned both sides, trivial corner wear. The Indian girl on the front is not Navajo but rather a Pueblo Indian from New Mexico, not Colorado. "MUSEE HISTORIQUE CANADIEN INC., MONTREAL, CANADA / Jacques Cartier Gasp - Jacques Cartier at Gasp" with art depicting his meeting with Native Americans, unused carte postale, 5 ugly album remnants on the back, stamp box thinned from album removal, as is. "This strenuous life is telling on me." Indian boy pulls mule bearing 4 children & another pushing from behind, color with some embossing, signed Pollock art, writing on front, back is fresh. "Three Braves 'Shot with the Kodak' No.3 Franz Huld, Publisher New York" undivided back postcard in color, mailed from Valley Junction Iowa (clear OCT 24 1904 DPO hand cancel) by J. Heath, small corner crease, faint but long internal crease, minor corner wear, a few small spots of toning in front margins, faint album marks on back. "Totem pole spirits glare and / grimace through a spring / coat of paint." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1963 from Wilbur Washington, slight curl to the paper, minor corner & edge wear. .50 i(u) "LOEW'S DAYTON / WEEK STARTING MONDAY, MAY 21st / CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG / --in-- / 'ENTER MADAME' / Broadway's Greatest Play in Years / CHIEF OS-KO-MON & CO.
SUN DANCE OF THE ACOMA INDIANS / Each year on the 2nd of September is cele- / brated at Acoma the half-pagan, half-Christian / Sista de San Esteban. "ACOMA, INDIAN PUEBLO, 'THE CITY OF THE SKY / 3A-H39" circa-1933 view on linen postcard with rough edges as issued, mailed JUN 20 1943 to Mrs. The settlers found the Algonquin In- / dians living in 'long houses' like this." unused early chrome postcard, faint rubber band mark on front, long corner bend, small bottom corner crease, other minor corner & edge wear. / On line of Santa Fe Ry." also showing his family by a tent, color, unused, published by Williamson Haffner Company, one corner crushed, slight yellowing of the paper on back. .25 ia CHEROKEE: "N332:- A PRIMITIVE HUNTER, CHEROKEE INDIAN WITH BOW AND ARROW / ON CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION, CHEROKEE, N. In fact, the Manitou Cliff Dwellings are a tourist attraction in Manitou Springs, not Manitou.
Bleu d' Auvergne started life as an imitation of Roquefort, using cow's milk in place of sheep's milk.
Legend has it that a peasant, around 1845, decided to inject his cheese with a blue mold that he found growing on his left-over bread (the motto being, waste not, want not).