Postcard of an Elderly Man and Two Children

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Title

Postcard of an Elderly Man and Two Children

Subject

Dwellings -- Lawrence -- Kansas
Families

Description

Postcard with a black and white photograph of an elderly man sitting in a rocking chair with two young girls on either knee on the front. A white border is around the entire photograph. On the bottom border "Grandpa June 26, 1913" is written in black ink. On the back information on who is in the photograph is written in pencil, Olive Weatherby Jackson is the girl on the right. Information on when and where the postcard was acquired is on the back, 5/15/1999 at the Jackson Sale.

Creator

Writer unknown

Source

Fitzpatrick-Postma Collection

Publisher

Publisher unknown

Date

6/26/1913

Contributor

Fitzpatrick, Charlene
Postma, Sally
Carttar, Rosalea
Carttar, Peter

Rights

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Format

Still Image

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

Jackson_Album(cp_17a)
Jackson_Album(cp_17b)

Coverage

Kansas
6/26/1913
5/15/1999

Abstract

Postcard with a black and white photograph of an elderly man sitting in a rocking chair with two young girls on either knee on the front. Photograph information on the back. Acquisition information on the back.

Is Part Of

Jackson Album

Medium

Photograph
Print
Drawing

Provenance

Acquired by Sally Postma from Olive (Weatherby) Jackson or her family.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Postcard

Physical Dimensions

3 7/16" x 5 7/16"

Files

Jackson_Album(cp_17a).jpg
Jackson_Album(cp_17b).jpg

Citation

Writer unknown, “Postcard of an Elderly Man and Two Children,” Digital Douglas County History, accessed May 27, 2017, http://digdgcohistory.omeka.net/items/show/100.

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