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"Singing Tower" at Night Time / Mountain Lake Sanctuary, Lake Wales, Fla.
Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)
Stamp: none
Text (on reverse): The Mountain Lake Singing Tower is located on the highest land in Florida and it is surrounded by 48 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. — The Sanctuary. The tower is built of Florida coquina rock and Georgia marble, and is 205 feet high and 51 feet in diameter at the base. The Carillon with 71 bells varying in weight from just a few pounds to about eleven tons, is one of the finest and largest ever cast.
Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Car (Reg. U.S. Pat Off.)
Apr 6

"Singing Tower" at Night Time / Mountain Lake Sanctuary, Lake Wales, Fla.

Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)

Stamp: none

Text (on reverse): The Mountain Lake Singing Tower is located on the highest land in Florida and it is surrounded by 48 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. — The Sanctuary. The tower is built of Florida coquina rock and Georgia marble, and is 205 feet high and 51 feet in diameter at the base. The Carillon with 71 bells varying in weight from just a few pounds to about eleven tons, is one of the finest and largest ever cast.

Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Car (Reg. U.S. Pat Off.)

Entrance to Point Park, Lookout Mountain — Chattanooga, Tenn.
Date: unknown (postmarked JUL 5 1948 9AM, Dayton, Tenn.)
Stamp: 1938 George Washington 1 Cent
Text (printed on reverse): This gate was erected in 1905 by the Government as an entrance to Point Park, where the Battle Above the Clouds was fought in November, 1863. Here inthe Park is located New York’s beautiful $100,000 Peace Monument. At the point of the mountain is Umbrella Rock and the famous view of Moccasin Bend.
Handwritten text: “M.P.”
Postcard publisher: Sold by W.W. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee
Patent: “Colourpicture” Publication, Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A.
Apr 4

Entrance to Point Park, Lookout Mountain — Chattanooga, Tenn.

Date: unknown (postmarked JUL 5 1948 9AM, Dayton, Tenn.)

Stamp: 1938 George Washington 1 Cent

Text (printed on reverse): This gate was erected in 1905 by the Government as an entrance to Point Park, where the Battle Above the Clouds was fought in November, 1863. Here inthe Park is located New York’s beautiful $100,000 Peace Monument. At the point of the mountain is Umbrella Rock and the famous view of Moccasin Bend.

Handwritten text: “M.P.”

Postcard publisher: Sold by W.W. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee

Patent: “Colourpicture” Publication, Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A.

Greetings from Crivitz, Wis.
Date: copyright 1952, The L.L. Cook Co.
Stamp: none
Text (on reverse): Tiger Muskie, King of the Northern Waters, VACATIONLAND SCENE
Postcard Publisher: From a Natural Color Transparency, The L.L. Cook Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
Apr 3

Greetings from Crivitz, Wis.

Date: copyright 1952, The L.L. Cook Co.

Stamp: none

Text (on reverse): Tiger Muskie, King of the Northern Waters, VACATIONLAND SCENE

Postcard Publisher: From a Natural Color Transparency, The L.L. Cook Co., Milwaukee, Wis.

Cherokee Dam, East Tennessee
Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)
Stamp: none
Text (on reverse): TVA’s Cherokee Dam, on the Historic River in East Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 1,500000 acre-feet of water. The dam is 175 feet high and 6,760 feet long.
Postcard publisher: Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn.
Patent: A “Colourpicture” Publication, Boston Is., Mass., U.S.A.
Apr 2

Cherokee Dam, East Tennessee

Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)

Stamp: none

Text (on reverse): TVA’s Cherokee Dam, on the Historic River in East Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 1,500000 acre-feet of water. The dam is 175 feet high and 6,760 feet long.

Postcard publisher: Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn.

Patent: A “Colourpicture” Publication, Boston Is., Mass., U.S.A.

Balanced Rock, Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain
Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)
Stamp: none
Text (on reverse): Balanced Rock, Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain
Postcard Publisher: Published for Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Apr 1

Balanced Rock, Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain

Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)

Stamp: none

Text (on reverse): Balanced Rock, Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain

Postcard Publisher: Published for Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.

Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)

A Road Through the Desert
Date: unknown (postmarked North Hollywood Calif. 100PM Jan 30 1947)
Stamp: 1938 George Washington 1 cent
Handwritten text: “Grandpa” writes to “Master Stephen Siders” commenting on the art on the obverse of the postcard, wishes he was there to “play with little Hal,” and that “Lee can’t come while we are here.”
Postcard publisher: Western Publishing & Novelty Co., Los Angeles, Calif.
Patent: “C.T. Art-Colortone” Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.
Nov 18

A Road Through the Desert

Date: unknown (postmarked North Hollywood Calif. 100PM Jan 30 1947)

Stamp: 1938 George Washington 1 cent

Handwritten text: “Grandpa” writes to “Master Stephen Siders” commenting on the art on the obverse of the postcard, wishes he was there to “play with little Hal,” and that “Lee can’t come while we are here.”

Postcard publisher: Western Publishing & Novelty Co., Los Angeles, Calif.

Patent: “C.T. Art-Colortone” Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.

A Sausage Tree in Florida
Date: unknown (hand dated “Mar. 12-52”; postmarked Clearwater, FLA May 12 1952 530 PM)
Stamp: 1938 John Adams 2 cent
Text (printed on reverse): The Sausage Tree (Kigelia Pinnata) also sometimes called the Fetish Tree, is a native of tropical Africa. It has rough Pinnate Leaves, and flowers which have a rather peculiar appearance and hang suspended by long penducles. From each flower a large fruit develops. These fruits have the appearance of  big sausages, and doubtless have given the tree its name.
Handwritten text: “Mary & Will” write to “Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Lovingfoss” about seeing trees similar to the sausage tree in Cypress Gardens in Florida. They also mention they will be home in a week.
Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Nov 9

A Sausage Tree in Florida

Date: unknown (hand dated “Mar. 12-52”; postmarked Clearwater, FLA May 12 1952 530 PM)

Stamp: 1938 John Adams 2 cent

Text (printed on reverse): The Sausage Tree (Kigelia Pinnata) also sometimes called the Fetish Tree, is a native of tropical Africa. It has rough Pinnate Leaves, and flowers which have a rather peculiar appearance and hang suspended by long penducles. From each flower a large fruit develops. These fruits have the appearance of  big sausages, and doubtless have given the tree its name.

Handwritten text: “Mary & Will” write to “Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Lovingfoss” about seeing trees similar to the sausage tree in Cypress Gardens in Florida. They also mention they will be home in a week.

Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)

Parrots Eat from your Hand, Rare Bird Farm, Miami, Fla.
Date: unknown
Stamp: none
Text (on reverse): Miami’s Rare Bird Farm is located in Kendall, just below South Miami on U.S. #1. Take your camera for there are literally hundreds of feathered creatures in a setting of landscaped gardens, pools and fruit groves. Flamingos will eat from your hand! Parrots will pose on your shoulder, Ostriches 10 feet tall! Monkeys on their private island! Pet Deer, Bear, Peacocks etc. etc.
Postcard publisher: Gulf Stream Card & Distributing Co., Miama, Florida
Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Nov 6

Parrots Eat from your Hand, Rare Bird Farm, Miami, Fla.

Date: unknown

Stamp: none

Text (on reverse): Miami’s Rare Bird Farm is located in Kendall, just below South Miami on U.S. #1. Take your camera for there are literally hundreds of feathered creatures in a setting of landscaped gardens, pools and fruit groves. Flamingos will eat from your hand! Parrots will pose on your shoulder, Ostriches 10 feet tall! Monkeys on their private island! Pet Deer, Bear, Peacocks etc. etc.

Postcard publisher: Gulf Stream Card & Distributing Co., Miama, Florida

Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)

Oranges and Snow in California
Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)
Stamp: none
Postcard publisher: Western Publishing & Novelty Co., Los Angeles, Calif.
Patent: “C.T. Art-Colortone” Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.
Nov 4

Oranges and Snow in California

Date: unknown (text on reverse reads “Place One Cent Stamp Here”)

Stamp: none

Postcard publisher: Western Publishing & Novelty Co., Los Angeles, Calif.

Patent: “C.T. Art-Colortone” Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.

Greetings from El Paso, Texas
Date: unknown (postmark reads El Paso TEX Apr 18 1950 430PM)

Stamp: 1938 George Washington 1 cent
Handwritten text: “Mrs Atkins” writes to “Mr and Mrs Ogg” about “feeling pretty good” as they roll into El Paso, despite the fact that it is hot.
Postcard publisher: Sandoval News Service, El Paso, Texas
Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Care (Reg U.S. Pat. Off.)
Nov 3

Greetings from El Paso, Texas

Date: unknown (postmark reads El Paso TEX Apr 18 1950 430PM)

Stamp: 1938 George Washington 1 cent

Handwritten text: “Mrs Atkins” writes to “Mr and Mrs Ogg” about “feeling pretty good” as they roll into El Paso, despite the fact that it is hot.

Postcard publisher: Sandoval News Service, El Paso, Texas

Patent: Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Care (Reg U.S. Pat. Off.)