Tuesday, February 19, 2008



From a postcard sent in 1910, this is one of W.M. martin's exaggerated postcards, copyright 1908. He was one of the recognized masters of this artform, because of his attention to detail.

"Pumpkins grown on our soil are profitable."

On the back the sender wrote this message: "Stick this up to show Quincy people how things grow here in the West..."

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