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Well preserved postcard from the early part of the last century, when Fred Harvey was promoting rail travel to the Southwestern US and "cultural tourism".

The words on the back are meant to be educational, I suppose.
I think it is interesting that the spelling of "Navajo" varies even on cards that are consecutively numbered. H2246 says "Navaho"

1930s is a guess. Could be earlier.
I have not found a source for dating Fred Harvey cards.

Card is in remarkable condition. Unused and clean.
Only tiny corner bumps.
Card will be sent in an acid free sleeve in a rigid photo mailer.

I am happy to combine shipping, and will always refund the difference if the amount paid is $1 or more over actual cost of packaging and postage.

Navaho Papoose - Fred Harvey postcard H-2245


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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