Monday, November 14, 2011

All Thanksgiving Bounty be Thine

I love these old postcards portraying Native Americans in such a positive light.  Such a lovely Indian maiden--indeed those early visitors to America would never have made it without the help of Native Americans.

Al's Photography Blog, by our good friend Al, hosts "Sunday Scans" each week.  Sunday Scans is a place for all things scanned.  So pick up your artwork, old photo albums, ephemera, postcards, ANYTHING which can be scanned and join in the fun!  


Terra said...

This woman is painted charmingly, and I would buy a card to send with this painting on it. So much nicer than most of the cards available today.

Irene said...

Great card.

Al said...

I love the card, the artwork is lovely.

Paul van Yperen said...

Hi Beth,

Thanks for stopping by at European Film Star Postcards and for your kind words. Yes, I do miss PFF, but since my work schedule changed I can't join the PFF fun anymore. I hope to have more time in the future, cause I love to see what other card lovers are doing on the net. greetings from Amsterdam,


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