picture postcard

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Noun1.picture postcard - a postcard with a picture on one sidepicture postcard - a postcard with a picture on one side
mailing-card, post card, postal card, postcard - a card for sending messages by post without an envelope
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It was this figure that her husband saw when, having reached the polished Sphinx, having entangled himself with a man selling picture postcards, he turned; the stanza instantly stopped.
Largely unseen picture postcards have been un-earthed to form the basis of this trip down memory lane.
PICTURE postcards from the past will be discussed at the next meeting of the Nuneaton branch of the Historical Association.
In the late Victorian period picture postcards of Birmingham's Civic Centre were very popular across Europe, particularly in Germany, as befitted such an important city, and many were printed abroad like the one shown which was printed in Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II's Germany.
These picture postcards were wildly popular, and by 1908, Americans were sending 678 million postcards annually.
This dazzling photo of the Northern Lights is among the latest picture postcards taken on the International Space Station 250 miles above Earth.
A CARDIFF historian has co-written a book with his daughter depicting the city's social and historical change through picture postcards.
Though no picture postcards attest to their presence, Berkeley, CA, was once inhabited by Native Americans, then a family who had obtained a land grant from Mexico.
Art & Design in Photoshop tells how to simulate just about anything in Photoshop, from art to graffiti, picture postcards to medieval manuscripts.
COLLECTING picture postcards was an extremely popular pastime in the early years of the 20th century.
Notebooks, pencils, sharpeners, gifts for mums and dads, brothers, sisters, picture postcards and, yes, pockets bulging with 'pick and mix'.
Using a large selection of German picture postcards, Wilson details the men and equipment of the Luftwaffe and how these professionally photographed postcards promoted the ideals and objectives of the Nazi state.