Saturday, March 30, 2013

Williamsburg, Virginia

Wythe House Garden View
One of the most beautiful formal gardens in Williamsburg is found at the George Wythe House, home of the first professor of law in an American college and Washington's headquarters prior to the Yorktown Siege.  Garden is enclosed on two sides by main house and outbuildings.  Open daily.

Robinson's Windmill
Williamsburg, Virginia
This is a replica of the original windmill used to grind meal in the 18th century.  The windmill was so constructed that the entire building could be turned into the wind.

Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, Virginia.  Built 1710 - 1715, it was the court church of the English colony.  One of the most historic churches in America because of its unparalleled association with the great men of Virginia's "golden age".

Thursday, March 28, 2013

New York

The Clifton Springs
Hospital and Clinic
Clifton Springs, N.Y.
Founded 1850 by Dr. Henry Foster

Channel Bridge, Eagle Lake

The Liberty Bell
reproduced in 11,600 Mikimoto Cultivated Pearls and exhibited at the New York World's Fair 1939.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

The French Quarter - Vieux Carre

A postcard book of New Orleans.

Bourbon Street

S.S. President

Court of Two Sisters, 613 Royal Street, New Orleans

Patio of Brennan's French Restaurant

St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Monument

Pontalba Apartments

St. Peter Street, New Orleans

Lace Balconies, 700 Royal Street, New Orleans

French Market


Cornstalk Fence, 915 Royal Street, New Orleans

The Cabildo, New Orleans, Louisiana

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park
This beautiful view from the top of the new observation tower on Clingmans Dome shows the towering peaks of the Great Smokies rising high above the clouds.  In the background is rugged Silers BALD, over half a mile high, elevation 5620 feet.

An eleven mile one way loop road begins at this interpretive wayside exhibit gradually unfolding our proud heritage and pioneering culture with original cabins, grist mill and live demonstrations.

Friday, March 22, 2013

New York State Exhibit - 1964 New York World's Fair

The New York State Exhibit
At Night
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
"Peace through Understanding"
The Tent of Tomorrow has the world's biggest suspension roof made up of translucent colored panels and supported by sixteen concrete columns 100 feet high.  There are three observation towers, one of which is the tallest structure at the Fair.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Pyramids of Giza

Egypte - Vue generale des Pyramides de Guizeh
Egypt - General view of the Pyramids of Giza

Monday, March 18, 2013

Stowehof Inn - Stowe, Vermont

Stowehof Inn
Edson Hill Road - Stowe, Vermont

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Columbus, Ohio

Ohio State Office Building and Le Veque-Lincoln Tower
Columbus, Ohio
State office building located on Scioto River-front and harmonizes with buildings comprising the Civic Center Group.  It is directly opposite 45-story Le Veque-Lincoln tower, also shown on this card.  City Hall is shown at extreme left.

Ohio State Office Building and Le Veque-Lincoln Tower
Columbus, Ohio
State office building located on Scioto River-front and harmonizes with buildings comprising the Civic Center Group. It is directly opposite 45-story Le Veque-Lincoln tower, also shown on this card. City Hall is shown at extreme left.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

New York

Hog's Back and Fire Lookout, Bald Mountain
Central Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.

Bluff Point, Blue Mtn. Lake, N.Y.

Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Lake Toxaway, North Carolina

Beautiful Lake Toxaway in the mountains of Western North Carolina located at Lake Toxaway Estates, Lake Toxaway, North Carolina.

Lake Toxaway in the beautiful Sapphire section of Western North Carolina.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Williamsburg, Virginia

The Fry Family at Riverton
In a scene from the Paramount-Colonial Williamsburg film "Williamsburg - The Story of a Patriot," planter-burgess John Fry and his family open crates of fine merchandise imported from England.  This movie, filmed principally in the famous exhibition buildings of Williamsburg, Virginia, may be seen daily by the public.

The Bookbindery, Williamsburg, Virginia
Working with hand tools, fine leathers, and unusual papers, the bookbinder fashions handsome bindings such as graced the shelves of eighteenth-century libraries.  The bookbinder, located in the Printing Office, is one of many craftsmen working in shops open to the public.

The Virginia Burgesses meet in the Raleigh Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia
Unable to meet officially in the Capitol, the burgesses of the Virginia General Assembly - as represented in the Paramount-Colonial Williamsburg film "Williamsburg - The Story of a Patriot" - defiantly confer instead in the Raleigh Tavern.  In Williamsburg today, the Raleigh Tavern is one of eight exhibition buildings open daily to the public.

Friday, March 8, 2013

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Greetings From "The Penna. Dutch Country"
"The Old Covered Bridge"
View of Soudersburg Covered Bridge, located 1/4 mile off U.S. Route 30 on Ronks Road.  8 miles East of Lancaster, Pa.  View also shows Amish Family in Horse & Buggy, a common sight along the roads in this section of the country.

Rock Ford
Home of Revolutionary War General Edward Hand
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Built over 160 years ago, Rock Ford is a well-preserved example of refined country living during the United States' formative years.  Original 18th century woodwork, authentic paint colors, pre-1803 furnishings and costumed hostesses greet the 20th century visitor.
Open every day from 9 to 5.

The Amish Farm & House
U.S. Rt. 30 - Six Miles East of Lancaster, Penna.
"The Original Amish Farm Exhibit Since 1955"
Visit this authoritative replica of an "Old Order Amish" Farm.  Hostess lectures respectfully explain the Plain People's beliefs, customs and history.  Complete all-year farm operation with local crops, farm animals, water wheels, buggies, windmill, etc.
(An Excellent Field Trip for Educational & Social Groups.)

Penna. Farm Museum of Landis Valley
U.S. Route 222 - 2 Miles North of Lancaster, Pa.  Open to the public - Here-in on display are numerous Tools, Weapons, Utensils, Crafts, etc. which were used by the fore-fathers of this area in by-gone days.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Ford Rotunda - 1964 New York World's Fair

The second of Disney's four attractions at the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair.

The Ford Rotunda
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
"Peace through Understanding"
This unique building has a glass rotunda with 64 towering pylons at one end and a large exhibition hall at the other.  It contains a variety of exhibits, a number of which were designed by Walt Disney.

Monday, March 4, 2013


Public Library, Rensselaer, Indiana

First M.E. Church, Galveston, Ind.

Hazelden Farm
Brook, Indiana
Sept. 23, 1908

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Capital Airlines

CAPITAL AIRLINES Gives You a Bird's-Eye View of Everything Along the Way
The Nation's Capital City Is an Inspiring Sight from the Air by Day or by Night