Frank Swallow Hand colored Peterborough NH postcard [c.1940] Watersports A1
Offered is an original vintage postcard photographed above.
Frank W. Swallow was a businessman in Exeter, New Hampshire, who built the West End Hall in 1896 and set up a printing shop, printing local postcards. His wife Jennie Swallow set up the West End Mission in the same building and after Frank’s death in 1927 she ran both the mission and the postcard company. Frank Swallow hired women to hand-color his black and white photos; the women were called the “Swallow Girls.” His trademark on his cards is a swallow with a postcard in its beak. These cards are most collectible.
Please see the images of the actual item above for the condition.
Buyer pays postage and tracking, which is included in the shipping total. The packed item will weigh around two and a half ounces, as I pack with thick cardboard to assure the item arrives safely.
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Modified Item: No
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Theme: US States, Cities & Towns
Type: Printed (Lithograph)
Features: Hand Colored Print
Postage Condition: Unposted
State: New Hampshire
Era: White Border (c. 1915-1930)