Given the cost of bananas in Australia at present, I was fascinated by this recently acquired Jamaican postcard. It was written in early 1925 and addressed to a young man in New Zealand. It bears an interesting slogan: COME TO JAMAICA: THE IDEAL TOURIST RESORT.
this map of the World shows the extent of Colonial possessions and Commercial routes in 1910. Much would change in a matter of a few years…
This postcard shows Clarksburg Post Office in West Virginia in 1932. It was built in the Neo-Classical style from 1931 to 1932, with Art-Deco entrances.
An account of “the most remarkable mail service ever in existence”, and its place in history written by Glenn Danford Bradley and originally published by A. C. McClurg & Company, Chicago in 1913.