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This postcard would be perfect to add to your collection, as decoration, to send to someone, scrapbooking and other art projects.

The card is in OK condition with wear. The front upper left corner and the back upper right corner are stained. The edges are worn and creased. The card is not used, stamped or postmarked.

On the front of the card it says:
'Looking West on Yukon Avenue, Alaska, Yukon, Pacific Exposition, 1909, Seattle, Wash. (Official Postcard.) Copyright 1908, by A. Y. P. Exp0. Co.'

On the back of the card it says:
'Portland Post Card Co., Pub., Portland and Seattle. No. 6181'

The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909 was a World's Fair held in Seattle, Washington. It was designed by the Olmstead brothers, who helped with the Chicago World's Fair. The Exposition was supposed to happen in 1907, but it took much longer than planned to get everything ready. It was supposed to mark the 10th anniversary of the Klondike Gold Rush. Where the Expo was held, it is now the campus for the University of Washington.



I started collecting vintage postcards and stamps a couple of years ago. I hope you love them as much as I do! My cards and stamps can be used for collecting, sending, scrapbooking, making jewelry, book covers, paintings and many other different types of art projects.

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ALASKA-YUKON-PACIFIC Exposition, Looking West on Yukon Avenue, Alaska, Pacific Exposition, 1909, Seattle, Wash., Official Postcard

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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