Old Slave Block Used for Sale and Hire of Slaves at Fredericksburg, Va. Linen postcard. Unused and undated, but probably ca. 1930s. The back of the card reads:
Old Slave Block
In the days before the Civil War, it was used for the sale and annual hire of slaves.
Albert Crutchfield, shown in picture was sold from the block about 1859, at which time he was a boy about 15 years old.
Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Riverside Drive, N. Y. Undivided back postcard postmarked March 27, 1905. Published by the Illustrated Post Card Co., New York.
Grant’s Tomb, Riverside Drive, New York. Undivided back postcard. Postcard is not postmarked; probably dates from ca. 1905. Front of card contains glitter lining several edges in the image. Published by the Illustrated Post Card Co., New York.
Garfield Memorial, Cleveland, O. Undivided back postcard postmarked September 18, 1907. Published by A. C. Bosselman & Co., New York and made in Germany.
General U. S. Grant Monument and Tomb, New York. Undivided back postcard postmarked November 6, 1905. Published by the Illustrated Post Card Co., New York.
Libby Hill Park, and Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Richmond, Va. Undivided back postcard postmarked March 11, 1907. Published by the Souvenir Post Card Co., New York.
Douglas Monument, Lake Ave. and 35th St., Chicago. Divided back postcard published by V. O. Hammon Publishing Co, Chicago. Card is unused. Date is unknown, but probably dates from ca. 1910–1915.
Postcard entitled “Decoration Day Souvenir”. Divided back postcard. The postcard has a copyright date of 1908.
Soldiers Monument, Kenosha, Wis. Divided-back postcard, postmarked January 16, 1909.
Soldier’s Monument, Medina, O.
Divided back postcard published by C. Bosselman & Co., New York and printed in Germany. Card is postmarked August 9, 1909.