- Item 102329 - Soldier-boy and US flag postcard, Biddeford, ca. 1917
- Contributed by McArthur Public Library
- Item 102329
- 4714px x 3014px - 15.7"w x 10.0"h @ 300dpi | Need a larger size?
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During World War I the folks at home were encouraged to send mail to the troops to keep their morale up. Personalized postcards were a popular and widely available way to do so.Show Details
This unused postcard reads: "From Biddeford, Maine - To A Soldier Friend - Memories of by gone days - Before you went away - Keep coming up before me - Every hour of the day." The back of the card is empty except for the text "No. 688 War Motto Pennant - 12 designs".