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

The card is in good condition with wear around the edges and corners (especially the bottom two). The stamp is a red 2 cent John Adams stamp. The postmark says: Detroit, Mich., May 13, 1-PM, 1952. Published exclusively for the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan.

Printed on the back of the card:
'The influence of this 1903 Cadillac carried over into the first Ford Model "A" of the same year. Henry Ford had been chief engineer of the Detroit Automobile Company, Cadillac's predecessor in 1902. 1,895 of these sporty, 10 horsepower, two-passenger runabouts were manufactured in 1903.'

'Hi -
Kinda quiet in the dorm? We'll be back soon. All of us are having a swell time and (?) to think time is flying - Love, Diana'

The Henry Ford Museum was started in the early 1900s and is still open today. It doesn't just have items related to Henry Ford anymore, but all sorts of things, like George Washington's camp bed and Thomas Edison's 'last breath'.

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.

Each order comes with a bonus random card or stamp from my collection.

CADILLAC--1903, the Henry FORD MUSEUM and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan, Vintage Linen Postcard, Stamped and Used, 1950s


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: paper, linen
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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