Good. Photograph. An unusual collection of naval postcards from World War I. Cards have only printed lines for addresses on the blank versos, with some soil on versos. Most of the postcards appear to be from the era but are gelatin silver photographs of original photos, with what look like pushpins holding the originals in place visible in some. Most were taken shipboard and many have captions: "The worst of a Submarine" depicts a wreck floating, and "U. S. S. Manley Shortly After Exlplosin [sic]" shows another floating wreck. Other images show explosions or ships on fire, a zeppelin over a ship, crews on deck, and the Navy Yard at Davenport. A search for captions shows no records found. ; 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" . (Inventory #: 012009)
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