Friday, November 20, 2009

Thanksgiving morning from the South Asheville NC PFF


Very early postcard showing Black Americana in the old South, Greetings from Asheville N.C. Maries blog has a new look. Please check out PFF at http://www.cpaphilblog.com/

10 comments:

Mary said...

Do you have any idea when this card is from? So interesting. And Happy PFF!

papel1 said...

I forgot to mention that its a Tucks postcard, photochromed in Saxony. Very early I imagine but it is a divided postcard. Never mailed so no postmark.
Judy

mansuetude said...

some little ol shacks like this are still almost standing... maybe older but they are a room with a loft and a sink.

Sheila said...

And the message says something like: "the cabins here are exactly like this, some worse."!

Snap said...

Very interesting card. Thanks and happy PFF!

Postcardy said...

That's an interesting and unusual Thanksgiving card. I thought the shack looked too small for living quarters, but I guess I was wrong.

The Postcard Emporium said...

Hi Judy, That is one SWEET Postcard, thanks for sharing!

Marie Reed said...

This is such an amazing historical document. I enlarged it to really study the detail. Just wonderful Judy!

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Just love it. Have a happy Thanksgiving. blessings,Kathleen

bortyfred said...

I have a framed a glossy painting of this post card Thankgiving in the South. Has anyone ever seen a painting of this scene?

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