Mailed from Havana in 1949 with a message that reads in part, “Dear Grandaughter Bonnie, We are in the sunny south farther away from Wichita… Saw little chicken with string tied to its leg & more holding string. Be good.”
Mr. Showmanship, in postcards from the Liberace Museum.
In 1963, the sender writes, “How is this for a card? My friends and I are enjoying the trip so very much, and Lee is great, as usual, and so handsome.”
Raphael Kirchner (1876-1917) produced more than a thousand paintings and drawings, most published as picture postcards.
Four views of Seattle’s majestic Kalakala
It’s a postcard. It’s a radio. From Radio Art (1991) by Robert Hawes.