Friday, June 6, 2008

Bendixen's Shipyard, Eureka, Cal.

Click on this picture for Dberry's great collection of historic pictures and postcards featuring Northern California destinations.

Pristine unused postcard. On the back is printed "Private Mailing Card Authorized by Act of Congress, May 19, 1898."

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