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Linen Era Postcard

Pueblo Indian Woman Baking Bread CAMERON ARIZONA Vintage Linen Postcard 1937

Pueblo Indian Woman Baking Bread CAMERON ARIZONA Vintage Linen Postcard 1937

Regular price $5.00 USD
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Vintage postcard--the artwork depicts a Pueblo Indian woman baking bread in an outdoor adobe or mud oven. Although the postmark is 1947, based on the Curt Teich code, 7A-H2232 printed in the postage box, the card was printed in 1937.

  • Era: Linen
  • Location: Cameron, Arizona USA
  • Publisher: Genuine Curt Teich Chicago, Illinois
  • Photographer: Art Colortone reproduction
  • Subject: Native American, pueblo village
  • Condition: Damaged lower edge, left front corner, and postcard back
  • Postmark: March 24, 1947 - Grand Canyon to Stockton, Ohio
  • Postage Stamp: 1c George Washington stamp (Green #804 – 1938), affixed and canceled
  • Message: Handwritten
  • Size: 5 ½” x 3 ½”

Packaged in protective postcard sleeve.

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