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Approaching Nicholson Bridge, eighth wonder of the world. Along the Lackawanna Trail.

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Title

Approaching Nicholson Bridge, eighth wonder of the world. Along the Lackawanna Trail.

Description

A very epicurean and even perfect depiction of springtime, summertime seasonal beauty, very nature enforced. There is a curving walkway that is in the middle of ever green grass that has green, red and orange foliage on its sides. Further back is a white bridge that has hoops in its architecture, where the beams connect, it is similar to French and Spanish architecture. There are abundant green canopies in the background and water, perhaps an ocean's coast.
A display of the vast supply of greenery on the path to Nicholson Bridge, the eighth wonder of the world. In the middle of the card, the 10 arch bridge stands in the midst of trees with green and orange leaves. In the bottom right, a road (the lackawanna trail) curves and disappears into the trees.

Date

July 15, 1937

Rights

Under Copyright

Format

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

PC-GC 10 133

Postcard Item Type Metadata

Card Title

Approaching Nicholson Bridge, Eighth Wonder of the world.
Along the Lackawanna Trail.

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Genre

Writing on Card (Yes or No)?

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Printed Text (Front)

Approaching Nicholson Bridge, Eighth Wonder of the world.
Along the Lackawanna Trail.

Back Format

Printed Text (Back)

Published by Seraton News Co., Seraton, Pa.
This side for message.
M
[Positioned in a circle that looks like a cauldron or a pouch]
Made in USA.

User-Added Text (Back)

Dear Hollis,
we were in P.B. For [thirty] [-last][-make] have [8rk] [to] [wolcolt] [etrine] [A.M.] + picked forty [orcs] cherries for Rena + for mother. Going to [cangorn] [morted] to Kalis for supper tonight. Will be coming to [up] [syra] Will {call] you [mou] [late] [Mother]

Stamp (Yes or No)?

Price of Stamp

1 Cent.

Postmarked Yes or No

Postmark Location

[Port] Brydn

Postmark Date

July 15, 1931

Card Addressed (Yes or No)?

Address

Mrs. E.W. Reagan
RD-#11- No Syracuse,
N. York

Archivist's Comment

SZ entered 5-30-18
AK edited 6-19-18

Collection

Citation

“Approaching Nicholson Bridge, eighth wonder of the world. Along the Lackawanna Trail.,” FSU Card Archive, accessed June 23, 2018, http://fsucardarchive.org/items/show/6289.