Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Postcards featuring unusual buildings Part 3

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The postcards for today are a continuation of the last post on Tonopah Nevada. Last time we showed two postcards with improvised building materials and the two postcards today show two more unique homes built during the great silver rush in the early 1900s. The first is titled the "Tin Can House" and is built of coal oil cans. If fact, if you look at the door on the barrel house in the last blog, it appears to be constructed of the same type cans.

The second house is constructed with bottles and has two dogs guarding the front doors. Both of these postcards are available in my Nevada listings along with more than 10,000 additional postcards available on my website at Moody's Postcards.

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