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Image for [Ephemera] Elzee Hats Postcard from Schauerhammer & Roensch, Bellville, Texas 1912

[Ephemera] Elzee Hats Postcard from Schauerhammer & Roensch, Bellville, Texas 1912

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Saint Louis, Missouri, Levis-Zukoski Merc. Co.: 1912

Seller ID: 09811


Rare postcard from Elzee Hats, featuring Style O.C. 3054 with an image of a woman wearing the hat. The reverse side has a stamped message for the recipient from a Bellville, Texas merchant that sells Elzee hats: "We most cordially invite you to attend our Spring Opening on Tuesday, March 19, 1912. Respectfully, Schauerhammer & Roensch." Postmarked Bellville, Tex., Mar 1912. Elzee was the brand name for hats made by Levis-Zukoski Merc. Co. in Saint Louis, Missouri. View more info

Image for Cummings-Smith House Alvin, Texas - Real Photo Post Card (RPPC) Circa 1910

Cummings-Smith House Alvin, Texas - Real Photo Post Card (RPPC) Circa 1910

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Seller ID: 10737


Edge wear, lower-right corner crease and lower-left corner chip. Pinhole near the upper-left corner and a pin impression on the right edge. Foxing on the reverse side, postally unused. A rare real photo post card (RPPC) of the Cummings-Smith House at 503 W. Lang St. in Alvin, Texas (Brazoria County). At the time of this photo, circa 1910, it was the residence of Mr. Smith, as indicated in white lettering on the image. The house now has a Texas Historical Marker that reads: "After the Galveston hurricane of 1900 destroyed his home, banker-investor Oscar Smith Cummings (1866-1941) hired contra... View more info

Image for Consolidated National Bank Building in Tucson, Arizona circa 1914 - Real Photo Post Card (RPPC)

Consolidated National Bank Building in Tucson, Arizona circa 1914 - Real Photo Post Card (RPPC)

By: N/A

Price: $150.00

Seller ID: 10738

Condition: Good


Real Photo Post Card (RPPC) of a street scene in Tucson, Arizona that features the Consolidated National Bank Building on the southeast corner of Congress and Stone (2 West Congress). The white lettering printed with the image states: "Street Scene - Tucson, Arizona, showing the CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL BANK, in the early days and today." Inset in the upper-left corner is a small image of what the bank building looked like before the larger building was erected. The reverse side reveals the postal history from Tucson to Houston to Fresno, Texas, 1914. It appears the Fresno address was cro... View more info