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Old Wooden Covered Bridge "A Scene in the OLD SOUTH" Vintage Postcard

Old Wooden Covered Bridge "A Scene in the OLD SOUTH" Vintage Postcard

Regular price $8.50 USD
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Vintage chrome era souvenir postcard depicting "A scene in the old South" - a wooden covered bridge with a farmer, horse cart and hand plow. Covered bridges were widely used in pre-civil war days throughout the South. Only a few remain. 

  • Era: Chrome
  • Location: Somewhere in the South, USA
  • Publisher: Scenic South Card Company, Bessemer, Alabama
  • Photographer: Unknown
  • Subject: Covered bridge, farmer, horse, cart
  • Condition: Good, some spots due to age
  • Postmark: April 3, 1967 - Davenport, Florida to Rising Sun, Indiana
  • Message: Handwritten
  • Postage Stamp: 5¢ George Washington stamp (Blue/Gray #1213 - 1962); canceled and affixed
  • Size: 5 ½” x 3 ½”

Packaged in protective postcard sleeve.

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