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The Hall House DOVER DELAWARE "Now Woodburn" Vintage Linen Postcard Circa 1930 - 1945

The Hall House DOVER DELAWARE "Now Woodburn" Vintage Linen Postcard Circa 1930 - 1945

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Vintage linen era postcard titled, "Hall House Delaware," located in Dover, Delaware and printed between 1930 and 1945.

The artwork depicts Woodburn, the two-story Flemish bond pattern brick home that has served as the residence of the Governor of Delaware since 1965. Today, historians credit its historical importance as much to its previous noble residents--gentlemen farmers, landowners, an abolitionist, senators, doctors, a dentist, a judge, and Delaware's recent governors, as to its beautiful architecture.

The residence was named Hall House while it was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall who lived at Woodburn from 1918 to 1953.

  • Era: Linen
  • Location: Dover, Delaware, USA
  • Publisher: Del Mar News Agency, Wilmington Delaware
  • Subject: Building
  • Condition: Water damage in bottom corner, primarily visible from back
  • Postmark: Not posted
  • Size: 5 ½” x 3 ½”

Packaged in protective postcard sleeve.

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