Lucile Campbell Collection

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Charleston, S.C.: America's Most Historic City Postcard
A postcard depicting Pink House in the French Quarter of Charleston, South Carolina. This historic house was constructed with pink Bermuda stone between 1694 and 1712. The structure was used as a tavern in the 1750s, a house in the 1780s, an art…

Tarpon Springs Postcard Booklet
A booklet of postcards from Tarpon Springs, Florida. The earliest Americans settlers to Tarpon Springs came following the American Civil War. The town was first promoted by Hamilton Disston (1844-1896) as a town for relaxation and health. In early…

Overseas Highway from the Mainland to Key West Postcard Booklet
A booklet of postcards depicts the Overseas Highway, which connects U.S. Route 1 from the Florida Peninsula to Key West. the highway was completed in 1938, following what was once the Key West Extension of the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC). The…

Del Monte Lodge Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Del Monte Lodge in Monterey, California. Located on the scenic 17-Mile Drive at Pebble Beach, Del Monte Lodge is now know simply as The Lodge. The luxury hotel has been open since 1919.This postcard is part of…

Old Type Vegetable Woman Postcard
A postcard depicting an African-American woman with a basket of vegetables on her head, and a poem used for selling them. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years.…

Cathedral of St. John-the-Baptist Postcard
A postcard depicting the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, which was built in 1907 on the site of a former cathedral that burned down in 1861. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

Cadet Chapel, The Citadel Postcard
A postcard depicting a dress parade outside of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in Charleston. Built in 1820, the original citadel stood on what is now Marion Square. In 1842, Governor John Peter Richardson III (1831-1899) called…

New York Road Postcard
A postcard depicting a view down New York Road in Absecon, New Jersey. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special rate for…

Huguenot Church, French Protestant Postcard
A postcard depicting the Huguenot Church, which was built in 1687 by a group of French Protestants who had settled in Charleston, South Carolina. The church was destroyed in 1796. The present structure is the third, which was completed in 1845 in the…

Hotel Arcade Postcard
A postcard depicting the Hotel Arcade, also known as the Howard Hotel or Shaw Arcade, located at 210 Pinellas Avenue in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Built in the 1920s, this historic hotel was added the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984…

The Little Church Around the Corner Postcard
A postcard depicting the Church of the Transfiguration, Episcopal, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York. Founded in 1848, the church has also been nicknamed "Little Church Around the Corner," ever since it willingly held a funeral for…

Aerial View of Tarpon Springs, Florida—"The Venice of the South" Postcard
A postcard depicting an aerial view of the town of Tarpon Springs, Florida, and all of its waterways. The earliest Americans settlers to Tarpon Springs came following the American Civil War. The town was first promoted by Hamilton Disston (1844-1896)…

Sightseeing Boat, Sponge Exchange Postcard
A postcard depicting a sightseeing boat at the Tarpon Springs Sponge Exchange in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Sponge harvesting in Tarpon Springs began in 1852 when Walter Lowe sailed to Anclote Key to secure cargo containing sponges. The Anclote and…

Sponge Fleet in Harbor, Tarpon Springs Postcard
A postcard depicting a fleet of sponge ships in the harbor in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Sponge harvesting in Tarpon Springs began in 1852 when Walter Lowe sailed to Anclote Key to secure cargo containing sponges. The Anclote and Rock Island Sponge…

Edith & Fritz Restaurant Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Edith and Fritz Restaurant, located at 3236 North Miami Avenue in Miami, Florida. The restaurant served primarily seafood and also had a cocktail lounge.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept…

The Old Spanish Mission Postcard
A postcard depicting what was once believed to be an old Franciscan mission with origins dating back to the time of Christopher Columbus (ca. 1451-1506). However, Captain Charles Henry Coe (1856-1954) debunked this myth in Debunking the So-Called…

Spanish Arms Patio Postcard
A postcard depicting the courtyard of the Spanish Arms courtyard, a patio built in 1831 to adjoin a mansion next door, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The "Wishing Gates" were added in 1931 after their removal from the Masonic temple.This postcard is part…

Fifth Avenue at 59th Street from Central Park Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of Fifth Avenue and 59th Street from Central Park in New York City, New York. Two hotels, the Savoy-Plaza Hotel and The Sherry-Netherland, are featured in the image.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept…

The Ghost Tree Postcard
A postcard depicting the Ghost Tree, an attraction in on 17-Mile Drive near Pebble Beach in Monterey, California. The tree has since given its name to a particularly dangerous nearby surfing location.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards…

When in Miami, It's—Chesapeake Sea Food House Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of Chesapeake Sea Food House, a restaurant on the way to the Hialeah Race Track and the Miami International Airport. The restaurant was owned and operated by the former owners of the Maryland Resort Hotel, but is no…

An Old Auntie Selling Groun-Nut Cakes Postcard
A postcard showing an African-American woman selling "groun-nut" cakes. The postcard includes a poem about groun-nut cakes, which are actually made from peanuts.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a…

State Capitol Building Postcard
A postcard depicting the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne, which was built in 1887. At the time that this postcard was printed, Wyoming was the 8th largest state and 47th most populous state. Its state nicknames include the Equality State and the…

Quarters of U.S. Army Air Forces, Vinoy Park Hotel Postcard
A postcard depicting the Vinoy Park Hotel, which is a Mediterranean Revival-style resort located at 501 Fifth Avenue Northeast, in St. Petersburg, Florida. Aymer Vinoy Laughner purchased the site of the Renaissance Vinoy in 1923 and hired architect…

Charleston Municipal Yacht Basin and Roper Hospital Postcard
A postcard depicting the first community hospital in the Carolinas, Roper Hospital, behind the Municipal Yacht Basin in Charleston, South Carolina. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in…

The Famous "Robert E. Lee," Loading Cotton Postcard
A postcard depicting the Robert E. Lee loading cotton on the docks in New Orleans, Louisiana. The steamboat operated in 1866 and won a famous race against the Natchez in 1870. The Robert E. Lee caught fire in 1882 and 21 passengers were killed.This…

Brooklyn Bridge Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the Brooklyn Bridge, which was built in 1883 to span the East River in order to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York City, New York. It is a National Historic Landmark and was the longest suspension bridge in the…

Delaware River Bridge Connecting Philadelphia, PA. and Camden, N.J. Postcard
A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Delaware River Bridge that connects Camden, New Jersey, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The bridge opened in 1926 and is now known as the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. The bridge is one of the largest suspension…

St. Philip's Church Postcard
A postcard depicting a St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The church opened in 1723, after moving from its original 1680 site, which is now the site of St. Michael's Episcopal Church. The church cemetery serves as the…

Under Six Flags, Showing the Alamo, Built in 1718 Postcard
A postcard depicting the Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo is best known as the site of the Battle of the Alamo, where Texian soldiers were defeated by the Mexican Army during the Texas Revolution. The Alamo was first constructed in 1744…

Flower Vendor Postcard
A postcard depicting a vendor with a basket on her head selling flowers in Charleston, South Carolina, a common practice throughout the year. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford,…

Sponges Along the Dock Postcard
A postcard depicting sponges along a dock in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Sponge harvesting in Tarpon Springs began in 1852 when Walter Lowe sailed to Anclote Key to secure cargo containing sponges. The Anclote and Rock Island Sponge Company was formed…

Beautiful Colonial Lake Showing the Baker Sanitorium in Background Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the Baker Sanitorium from across Colonial Lake in Charleston, South Carolina. Colonial Lake is a tidal lake, with its surrounding park reserved for common use since 1768. The Baker-Craig Sanatorium, seen from across the…

Ashley Hall Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of Ashley Hall, a school in Charleston, South Carolina. Once the Spring-Witte estate, the building was purchased by Mary Vardrine McBee in 1909 and turned into an independent college preparatory school. It is still…

Airplane View of Walker-Gordon Plant Postcard
A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Walker-Gordon Plant in Plainsboro, New Jersey. The plant was purchased in 1897 and was the site of a number of scientific and technical advancements in dairy production that are still in use today. The site…

Sally Ann Furnace Manor House and Furnace Store Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Sally Ann Furnace Manor House and Furnace Store, which was in operation from 1791 to 1881 in Rockland Township, Pennsylvania. Now called the Sally Ann Furnace Complex, the site was added on the U.S. National…

Only Lighthouse in U.S. Within City Limits - Key West Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Key West Lighthouse, located at 938 Whitehead Street in Key West, Florida. The lighthouse opened in 1848, with Michael Mabrity (D. 1832) as its first keeper. After Mabrity died, his wife, Barbara Mabrity…

Old Spanish Mission Built in 1696 Postcard
A postcard depicting what was once believed to be an old Franciscan mission with origins dating back to the time of Christopher Columbus (ca. 1451-1506). However, Captain Charles Henry Coe (1856-1954) debunked this myth in Debunking the So-Called…

Sponge Fleet in Harbor Postcard
A postcard depicting a fleet of sponge ships in the harbor in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Sponge harvesting in Tarpon Springs began in 1852 when Walter Lowe sailed to Anclote Key to secure cargo containing sponges. The Anclote and Rock Island Sponge…

Massachusetts Turnpike Looking West, 9 Miles East of Lee Interchange Postcard
This postcard depicts a view of the Massachusetts Turnpike nine miles east of the Lee Interchange in Lee, Massachusetts. Construction began on the Massachusetts Turnpike in 1955, but plans for the east-west highway had been in the works for many…

Passion Flower and Bird of Paradise Postcard
A postcard depicting pictures of a passion flower and bird-of-paradise, two tropical flowers found in Florida. These two particular flowers were photographed at Sarasota Jungle Gardens, located at 3701 Bay Shore Road in Sarasota, Florida. In 1936,…

Alligator Egg Hatching in Florida Postcard
A postcard depicting baby alligators hatching from eggs in Florida. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special rate for…

Veterans Hospital and Administration Building at Bay Pines Postcard
A postcard depicting the Veterans Hospital and Administration building at night in Bay Pines, Florida. Construction for present-day Buildings 1, 2, and 13, as well as a gatehouse and an employee living quarters, was completed in 1933. Originally…

Famous Entrance to Hialeah Race Course's New Club House Postcard
A postcard depicting the new clubhouse at Hialeah Park Racing and Casino, located at 2200 East 4th Avenue in Hialeah, Florida. The race track was originally established by Glenn Curtiss (1878-1930) and James H. Bright for greyhound racing in 1922 and…

Magnolias (State Flower of Louisiana) Postcard
A postcard depicting a painted picture of magnolias, the state flower of Louisiana since its dedication in 1900. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931,…

The Four Winds Postcard
A promotional postcard for The Four Winds, a hotel with locations in Miami, Florida, and Detroit, Michigan, that has since closed. The postcard shows a woman hugging a statue of Budai, a Chinese deity often mistaken for Gautama Buddha.This postcard…

New York Post Office - 8th Ave. & 31st St. Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the exterior of the General Post Office Building on Eighth Avenue in New York City, New York. Built in 1912, it is main post office in the city and is now called the James A. Farley Post Office Building. In 1982, the…

New Convention Hall Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Municipal Auditorium Convention Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Built in 1931 in the Art Deco architectural style, the building hosted numerous political conventions, sporting events, and musical…

Unloading Bananas From Ship Side Postcard
A postcard depicting workers and conveyors moving bananas from the shop to the refrigerator car in New Orleans, Louisiana. From the early 20th century through the mid 1960s, Standard Fruit Company and United Fruit Company made New Orleans the…

12 Miles South of Miami on U.S. Route One Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the exterior of Sherrard's Dixie Belle Inn, an inn and restaurant located 12 miles south of Miami on U.S. Route 1. The business has since closed.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

Beautiful Suwannee River Postcard
A postcard depicting a view down the Suwannee River, a federally designated "wild river." The Suwannee is almost 266 miles long, running from the Okefenokee Swamp in southern Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico in Florida, making it the only unspoiled…

Business Section in Midget City on U.S. 17-92 Postcard
A postcard depicting the business section of Midget City, which was a tourist attraction of miniatures located on U.S. 17-92 halfway between Orlando and Sanford, Florida. The attraction has since closed, and little is known about it.This postcard is…

Sponge Diver and Sponge Boat Postcard
A postcard depicting a sponge diver and sponge boat in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Sponge harvesting in Tarpon Springs began in 1852 when Walter Lowe sailed to Anclote Key to secure cargo containing sponges. The Anclote and Rock Island Sponge Company…

Old Slave Market Postcard
A postcard depicting Elijah Green (ca. 1838-), a former slave, sitting in front of the Old Slave Mart, located at 6 Chalmers Street in Charleston, South Carolina. Green was said to have been born in 1838 and was one of the few ex-slaves still living…

Church Street, Showing Huguenot and St. Philip's Church Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of Church Street in Charleston, South Carolina, on which stand two of the oldest churches in the United States. St. Philip's Episcopal Church opened in 1723, after moving from its original 1680 site, which is now the site…

The Obelisk in Central Park Postcard
A postcard depicting The Obelisk in Central Park in New York City's Manhattan borough, which is also known as Cleopatra's Needle. The obelisk was built in 1450 B.C.E. by Thutmose III (1481-1425), the pharaoh that ruled over Ancient Egypt. Over three…

Butler's Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of Butler's, advertised as the first restaurant in Florida on U.S. Route 17. Butler's was located at the junction of US 17, Florida State Road 200 (SR 200), and Florida State Road A1A (SR A1A) in Yulee, a…

Fort Moultrie and Grave of Oceola, the Indian Chief Postcard
A postcard depicting the grave of Osceola (1804-1838), a Seminole chief, in Fort Moultrie near Charleston, South Carolina. Born Billy Powell, Osceola took refuge in Florida as a child, after his tribe was defeated in the Creek Wars. In 1836, Osceola…

Massachusetts Turnpike 4 Miles East of Stockbridge Interchange Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the Massachusetts Turnpike 4 miles east of the Stockbridge Interchange in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Construction began on the Massachusetts Turnpike in 1955, but plans for the east-west highway had been in the works…

Dress Parade at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina Postcard
A postcard depicting a dress parade outside of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in Charleston. Built in 1820, the original citadel stood on what is now Marion Square. In 1842, Governor John Peter Richardson III (1831-1899) called…

Massachusetts Turnpike West of Westfield Interchange Postcard
This postcard depicts a view of the Massachusetts Turnpike 6 miles west of the Westfield Interchange in Westfield, Massachusetts. Construction began on the Massachusetts Turnpike in 1955, but plans for the east-west highway had been in the works for…

Skyline Boulevard on Mt. Penn Postcard
A postcard depicting a view from Mount Penn, showing Skyline Boulevard in Reading, Pennsylvania, in the distance. Some designate Mt. Penn as the southern end of the Reading Prong group of mountains.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards…

Rodin Museum, The Parkway Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Built in 1929 by French architects and landscape designers, the museum houses one of the most comprehensive collections of Auguste Rodin's (1840-1917) work outside…

Massachusetts Turnpike East of Millbury Interchange Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the Massachusetts Turnpike looking east, eight miles east of the Millbury Interchange in Millbury, Massachusetts. Construction began on the Massachusetts Turnpike in 1955, but plans for the east-west highway had been in…

Chrysler Building Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Chrysler Building in New York City, New York. Built in the art deco-style, the building was the tallest in the world for 11 months, before the Empire State Building surpassed it.This postcard is part of a…

Foyer of Dock Street Theatre Postcard
A postcard depicting the foyer of the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina, the first building in America built exclusively for theatre performances. Although the building was likely destroyed in the Great Fire of 1740, theatre was…

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist Postcard
A postcard depicting the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, which was built in 1907 on the site of a former cathedral that burned down in 1861. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

Great Organ in the Chapel of Colleen Moore's Dollhouse Postcard
A postcard depicting the organ from the chapel of Colleen Moore's (1899-1988) dollhouse, which was exhibited at the Gimbel Brothers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is made of ivory and gold, and was functional with electricity. Moore was a silent…

New Jersey Turnpike Postcard
A postcard depicting the New Jersey Turnpike (NJTP). The turnpike opened in 1951 and was intended to be the world's model highway. It is still the most heavily traveled tollway in the United States.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards…

Six Varieties of Sponges, From Left: Wire, Wool, Silk, Grass (Vase), Yellow Postcard
A postcard depicting six varieties of sponges, pictured from left to right: wire sponges, wool sponges (also called wool sea sponges), silk sponges, finger sponges (also known as Iotrochota birotulata or green finger sponges), grass sponges (vase…

The Tomb of Francis Marion Postcard
A postcard depicting the tomb of General Francis Marion (1732-1795), a General during the American Revolutionary War. His burial site is located on the Belle Isle Plantation near Pineville, South Carolina. Marion led irregular troops, who fought the…

Cathedral Spires Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the cathedral spires in Yosemite National Park, located on the eastern side of the canyon through which Bridalveil Creek flows. The spires are just opposite El Capitan, and are part of Yosemite Valley, a 3,000-year-old…

Hygeia Swimming Pool Postcard
A postcard depicting the interior of the Hygeia Baths, a three-level structure that featured salt water baths during the golden era of Atlantic City, New Jersey. The baths were destroyed during a hurricane in 1944, and saltwater swimming pools…

Panorama of Feftung Longwy-Hauf after the World War I Bombings Postcard
A postcard depicting a panorama of the destruction of Longwy, France, following the Battle of the Ardennes during World War I. The battle was part of the Battle of Frontiers, a series of battles fought on the eastern border of France at the start of…

Coliseum Postcard
This postcard depicts the outside of the Colosseum (also known as the Coliseum) in Rome, Italy. Built in the first century during the Flavian dynasty, it housed games such as hunts and gladiator fights, and remains the largest ampitheatre in the…

Tombeau du Roi at La Citadelle Postcard
A postcard depicting the interior of the Citadelle La Ferrière, also known as The Citadel, a large fortress in Northern Haiti. It was built at the beginning of the 19th century by Henri Christophe, a leader of the Haitian slave rebellion, and was…

St. Michael's Episcopal Church Postcard
A postcard depicting St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The church opened in 1761, but was built on the site of the first Anglican Church built south of Virginia, making it the oldest church edifice in the City of…

Sunken Gardens in Hampton Park Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the Sunken Gardens, which were built in 1901 for the Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, a business fair. After the fair was over, Charleston established Hampton Park, where the Sunken Gardens remain as a landscaped…

The Circular Congregational Church Postcard
A postcard depicting the Circular Congregational Church in Charleston, which was organized in 1681. It is one of the oldest continuously worshipping congregations in the South. The present building was completed in 1892 using bricks from the Old…

Ossian's Cave Postcard
A postcard depicting Ossian's Cave, located on the River Braan in Scotland. It was built as a hermit's cave by the Dukes of Atholl in the 1750s.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford,…

Empire State Building Postcard
A postcard depicting the Empire State Building in New York City, New York. At the time, Empire State was the tallest structure in the world at 102 stories and 1,252 feet high. Built by architects Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, the building…

Hieroglyphics Postcard
A postcard featuring hieroglyphics painted two miles outside of Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the…

Navajo Blanket Weaver Postcard
A postcard depicting a Navajo Basket Weaver near Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway to the…

Roosevelt Dam Postcard
A postcard depicting theodore Roosevelt Dam in Roosevelt, Arizona. The dam was constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation of the U.S. Department of the Interior between 1903 and 1911. Located on the Salt River, the Roosevelt Dam is part of the Salt…

Airplane View of Business Section Looking West on Market Street Postcard
A postcard depicting an airplane view of Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also serving as part of Pennsylvania Route 3 (PA 3), Market Street is a major business district in Philadelphia, with many historic sites along its eastern section,…

Alabama Postcard
A postcard depicting the "Alabama," the official state song, surrounded by illustrations. Julia Tutwiler (1841-1916), a humanitarian and educator, wrote the song after a visit to Germany, where she had been studying new educational methods for girls…

Museum of Natural History Postcard
A postcard depicting the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan's Upper West Side in New York City, New York. Founded in 1869, the museum boasts a large collection of gems and was home to many pioneers in the fields of anthropology,…

St. Andrew's Parish Postcard
A postcard depicting Old St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, a colonial cruciform church. It is the oldest church south of Virginia that is still used for worship.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by…

Madison Street and Stuart's Hotel Postcard
A postcard depicting Madison Street and Stuart's Hotel in Thomasville, Georgia, which opened in 1888 when Thomasville was at its peak as a winter resort town. It was run by Charles Thompson Stuart, and later by his son, Ardie Stuart, until it burned…

Historic Dock Street Theatre Postcard
A postcard depicting a view of the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina, the first building in America built exclusively for theatre performances. Although the building was likely destroyed in the Great Fire of 1740, theatre was rebuilt…

Florida's Largest Live Oak Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the house of Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) in Mandarin, Florida, which was also home to several large live oak trees. A famous abolitionist and author of Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly, Stowe…

Hygeia Baths, Rhode Island and Boardwalk Postcard
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Hygeia Baths, a three-level structure that featured saltwater baths during the golden era of Atlantic City, New Jersey. The baths were destroyed during a hurricane in 1944, and saltwater swimming pools…

Cathedral of St. John-the-Baptist Postcard
A postcard depicting the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, which was built in 1907 on the site of a former cathedral that burned down in 1861. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

Brulatour Courtyard Postcard
A postcard depicting Brulatour Courtyard, one of the most famous courtyards in New Orleans, Louisiana, which was built in 1816 and is currently being converted into a museum on the history of the French Quarter. This postcard is part of a collection…

Camellia Blossoms from Charleston Gardens Postcard
A postcard depicting a man holding a variety of camellia blossoms from gardens in Charleston, South Carolina, including Middleton Gardens and the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Magnolia Gardens, which introduced hundreds of varieties of the plant…

Grant's Tomb and the New Hudson River Bridge Postcard
A postcard depicting Grant's Tomb, now known as the General Grant National Memorial, and the George Washington Bridge on the Hudson River in New York City, New York. Grant's Tomb is a memorial to and the interment site of President Ulysses S. Grant…

Castillo de San Marcos Brochure
A brochure describing the history of the Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest masonry fort in the continental United States. Located at 11 South Castillo Drive in St. Augustine, Florida, the fort was designed by Ignacio Daza and constructed from 1672…

State Capitol Postcard
A postcard depicting the Arizona State Capitol, located at 1700 West Washington Street in Phoenix, Arizona. building, the original 1901 home of the Arizona State Government, is now the Arizona Capitol Museum, as the government has grown and moved…

In First Petrified Forest Postcard
A postcard showing a petrified forest just outside of Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway…

Sandstone Formations in Petrified Forests Postcard
A postcard showing sandstone formations in petrified forests, just outside of Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was…

Petrified Bridge Tree Postcard
A postcard shows petrified bridge tree, near Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway to the…

Dublin Core

Title

Lucile Campbell Collection

Alternative Title

Campbell Collection

Subject

Sanford (Fla.)
Teachers--Florida
Educators--Florida

Description

This collection features postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. Campbell collected postcards from her travels around the world and used them as teaching aids in her classrooms. In 1931, she took advantage of a special rate for teachers and sailed to Europe, where she traveled for several months and is thought to have acquired many of these postcards.

Contributor

Campbell, Lucille

Language

eng

Type

Collection

Coverage

Sanford, Florida

Curator

Cepero, Laura
Raffel, Sara

Digital Collection

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