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    • YMCA 155th St., between Broadway & Amsterdam Ave., New York.

    • Young Men's Christian Association of the City of New York; Young Men's Christian associations
    • Young Men's Christian Association building, New York City. A two-story frame building with a porch. Neighboring buildings on either side are partially visible. There are two trees in from of the YMCA. "211,322 J.V." printed on front. Postmarked...
    • Three young women swimming in the ocean.

    • Women; Swimming; Rocks; Bathing suits; Oceans
    • Three young women in bathing dresses with stockings and lace-up ballerina style shoes play in the ocean. One sits on a rock, another splashes the other two. Published by Curt Teich. Postage requirements date this card to before 1952; the styles...
    • Young women swimming in ocean.

    • Women; Swimming; Oceans; Bathing suits
    • Bathing beauties in early 20th century swimming attire. Three of the women are partially submerged in the water. The fourth is standing on the shore, wearing a bathing dress and holding a cloth (perhaps a towel); she also wears shoes with...
    • Stern necessity.

    • Women; Boys; African Americans; Sewing; Thread; Caricatures; Ethnic stereotypes
    • African American woman sews up a patch on a young boys pants as he lays across her lap. The facial expressions are stereotypical portrayals of blacks in the early 20th century. This image depicts African Americans in a stereotyped fashion that may...
    • Washington's home, Mount Vernon.

    • Washington, George, 1732-1799--Homes & haunts--Virginia--Mount Vernon (Estate); Houses; Plantations
    • George Washington's home at Mount Vernon, Virginia. The building is a multi-story, columned wood building. Postmarked 1904 on verso. Published by JF Jarvis.
    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Women; Roses; Flowers
    • Young woman looks up, holding a rose. The woman is partially framed in a heart; there are more roses above her. Published by Schlesinger Bros. Postage requirements date this card to before 1952; styling dates it to the early 20th century.
    • Valentine greetings.

    • Valentines; Women; Hearts
    • Young woman stands framed by a heart; she holds a valentine heart. There re flowers and birds arranged around her and elsewhere on the card. Postmarked 1926 on verso. Published by Whitney.
    • Love's fond message.

    • Valentines; Swings; Hearts; Flowers; Cupids
    • Cupid sitting in swing that hangs from a bunch of blue flowers. Hearts hang down from the flowers. There is an additional inscription, "My Valentine is sweet and fair, / Therefore I offer my heart to her." Copyrighted, "printing only," S. Garre,...
    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Scales; Hearts; Arrows; Roses; Flowers
    • Scales formed with a golden bow serving as the "arms" and a pierced heart as the fulcrum. Two containers of roses are balanced. The rest of the inscription reads, "with sunshine always in your heart / May every joy combine / To brighten all your...
    • Token of love.

    • Valentines; Hearts; Arrows; Flowers
    • Two interlocking hearts pierced by a golden arrow. The hearts lie on a bed of flowers. Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons in the Valentine postcards series, no. 2665. Printing information dates this card to before the first World War.
    • I love you.

    • Valentines; Girls; Boys; Umbrellas; Rain
    • Boy and girl under a large umbrella in the rain. Signed by Evelyn von Hartmann. Verse printed on front reads, "I have something sweet to tell you. / If you'll let me - / Wont [sic] you please? / It's just this - That I love you. / Now please...
    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Boys; Hearts; Sailboats; Toys; Lakes & ponds; Roses; Flowers
    • Boy standing in pond or lake with toy sail boat. The bottom of the boat is a red heart. The top of the card is decorated with roses. Published by Whitney. Postmarked 1916 on verso.
    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Boys; Hearts; Pulleys; Flowers
    • Boy holds heart on pulley. He stands in a ring of blue flowers with other hearts suspended from ropes. There is a rhyme printed on the front of the card: "Farewell care, and farewell woe; I will no longer pine; for I believe I have her heart as...
    • Business School, Career Day, University of Louisville, 1955.

    • University of Louisville. School of Business; University of Louisville--Students; Students; Auditoriums;
    • Approximately three hundred students of the newly established U of L School of Business (now College of Business) at Career Day on April 13, 1955, seated in an auditorium. Fourteen university and business leaders discussed various aspects of jobs...
    • Business School Career Day, University of Louisville, 1955.

    • University of Louisville. School of Business; Business people; Business education;
    • William Duffy, supervisor of training at the General Electric Company (GE) stands at a lectern and speaks to approximately three hundred students of the University of Louisville Business School at a Career Day presentation on April 13, 1955. He is...

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