A Trip down The Wabash in Old Postcards - General Views
These postcards do not specifically mention the place or area that the photographs were taken. Of those postcards that were postally used, the images of the Wabash may well be from near where they were postmarked but as I can't be sure they are put here under "general views."
On the Banks of the Wabash
This unused postcard has the printed text...
On The Banks of The Wabash, Indiana's own river which
figured greatly in early American history.
Pub. by Harvey's Studio, 507 N. Grant, Lebanon, Indiana
Genuine Natural Color Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N. Y.
This postcard, posted in Effingham, Illinois on May 19th, 1976, has the printed text...
The Wabash River
The Wabash, made famous in songand story, is
a great river with a tremendous watershed. It
should be open for navigation.
Color Photo by Parrish
Cee - R - View Cards, P. O. Box 1065, Aurora, Ill, 60507
This postcard, posted in Peru, Indiana on November 8th, 1905, has no other printed text.
Reflection, Wabash River
This unused postcard has no other printed text but the AZO stamp box with 4 diamonds in the corners meansit was made between 1905 and 1909.
This postcard, posted in Clinton, Indiana on September 21st, 1907, has no other printed text.
This postcard, posted in Williamsport, Indiana, on October 19th, 1907, has no other printed text.
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