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Ernst Schwarz c/o The YMCA City, oxidation consistent with age, trivial corner wear. J." color white-border era postcard mailed there 1933, published by Tichnor, small ding in left front border, minor corner wear, lightly toned back. "W2MXX" QSL card mailed there 1947 by operator Bernard D.
The Anchor Athletic Club was a member of the Metropolitan Association of the Amateur Athletic Union. J." unused post card published by De's Inn in Lakehurst New Jersey (their 'form 5'), back with printed statistics--gas volume, length, diameter, horse power, speed in knots & passenger capacity. / SOLIDscript Solid Phase c DNA Synthesis Kit" an unused business reply card from a 11/98 advertising campaign for CPG Incorporated in Lincoln Park New Jersey, excellent condition. Plakun, a little cancel ink on front, small part of a bottom corner knocked off, paper browning along the edges with age, large splatter mark at lower back corner, as is. "MILLBURN INN / 5 Old Short Hills Road, Millburn, N. "Little Hen / KMU-2616" unused CB QSL card from the Runnin' Bare Artist Series #1397 copyrighted in 1979, good edges.
Memorabilia from this small club it is very hard to find. Rare: when we searched the Internet we found no other offers, past or present, and but one exhibit. We could not find its likes offered or exhibited when we searched the Internet using the distinctive 'von Hindenburg' in the caption. "W2JET" shortwave (7 MC) QSL card with decorative US flags & border, mailed 1947 by operator Victor Nygren (just after he moved from Brooklyn NY), tiny spot of toning near one back corner. "NEPTUNE FOUNTAIN / THE LAKE PATH / LAKEVIEW AT LAKEWOOD / LAKEWOOD, N. / " black & white multiview post card with 11 captioned scenes--also including Cathedral Drive and Lake LAWRENCEVILLE (MERCER COUNTY). J." sepia-tone collotype postcard on brownish paper, very late usage when missent to Watertown Connecticut, 2 cancel ink on front, lightly toned front. "'99 CATALOG / INTRODUCING MORE THAN 30 NEW PRODUCTS / Including our full line of / Molecular Biology, DNA & RNA Synthesis and / Chromatograph products" an unused business reply card from a 11/98 advertising campaign for CPG Incorporated in Lincoln Park New Jersey, excellent condition. J." showing its exterior with signage, unused chrome post card, 2 small spots of light toning on back.
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Makes you wonder how they jockeyed all those airships into position, doesn't it?
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Here are all the official meet photographer's copyrighted & historic photos, showing every one of their team members in action on balance beam, center court here: CLIFTON (PASSAIC COUNTY). ..." unused business reply card offering free samples on return to Sensor Products Incorporated, excellent condition. SALE IN PROGRESS naeg FARMINGDALE (MONMOUTH COUNTY). J." showing its exterior, with a couple of people on the porch; black & white post card mailed JUL 23 1909 at North Branch Depot (clear cancel, now a discontinued post office) to NY, some extraneous writing on the back edge furthest from the stamp, noticeable corner wear, a little toning at the lower front corners.
Without the car we found it in the Avery Architecture & Fine Arts Library & in the Hoboken Historical Museum; but with the car, it was nowhere to be found. "The next generation 3 Series is on / the horizon and approaching fast / ..." publicizing a new line of BMW's to be introduced in 2006, unused continental business reply card with Monroe Township New Jersey permit number 16. The superb Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields website at this view as 1936, but our cancel supplies a better date. Planned as a rigid airship hangar, it was nonetheless not normally used like that. "Luxurious bayliners link the Garden State / Parkway of Cape May, New Jersey with the / Ocean Hiway at Lewes, Delaware ..." showing one underway, unused chrome postcard distributed by Steger Beach Service, excellent condition. Y." 1893 trade card for Stewart Hartshorn Company of East Newark New Jersey, faint small corner crease. Hard to find: what is probably the best photo of the disaster, so whatever supplies of it once existed went speedily into strong hands. 9 / CLEMENTS" showing it changing crews on the ground, unused post card published by photographer R. Clements in Lakehurst., very light spotty toning on back, trivial corner rounding. You are only likely to see it in an exhibit today; we found but one such exhibit when we searched the Internet recently. "Das schaurige Schauspiel des Brandes im Zwielicht des Tages / Originalaufnahme" annotated on back 'LZ Hindenburg Lakehurst in brant 6.5.37' with a violet handstamp that is partially indistinct due to under-inking and a small scrape to the back surface. Rare: no other offers or even exhibits when we searched the Internet.
Possibly unique: no printed caption, no photographer attribution, no publisher attribution. Meseck / 79883" Tichnor linen postcard mailed 1960 from Everest Kansas, autographed by their Acting Postmaster R. Miller, very light toning both sides, noticeable upper corner wear. $0.75 n 1905, 4 small dings along one edge, other corner & edge wear, light toning on front. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in or format. "AN ACTUAL PHOTO OF THE HINDENBURG DISASTER / LAKEHURST, N.