At the Post Office and Around Town

This postcard depicts a woman teasing a man. This postcard was publish by Williamsburg Art Co., New York and printed in Germany around 1915.

 

 

“Soar high and quick, my blessing.

A new year is on its way.

Bring comfort and hope to my beloved.

And bring good fortune too.”

This postcard depicts a letter’s movement—from a man in the city to his beloved in the country. It was published by the Central “verlag,” or publishing house.

“No more doom and gloom! Dance, sing and praise the Creator.

Great is He beyond measure! Marvels and miracles He performs.

From the yoke of exile. He will redeem us.

In the coming year.”

This postcard depicts a man putting a letter with New Year’s greetings into the mailbox. This postcard was publish by Williamsburg Art Co., New York and printed in Saxony around 1915.

 

 

“Dear one, take my greeting.

Golden times are just ahead.

With light and joy and love.

With blooms and flowers full.”

“A letter in the mailbox.

A greeting to our parents.

A lovely New Year’s message.

The very best wishes.”

This postcard depicts postman delivering a New Year’s greeting card to a woman. It was published by Williamsburg Post Card Co., New York.

This postcard depicts men greeting each other after synagogue services. It was published by Williamsburg Art Co., New York and was printed in Germany.