Monday, October 20, 2008

Old Antique Vintage Postcards on Camping in Michigan & Alabama

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Fall is definitely in the air here in Georgia so it is a good time to go camping and enjoy the cooler temperatures and autumn leaves. Camping post cards are a popular subject so we will start in Sault Saint Marie Michigan before the lakes freeze over with this 1922 Curt Teich postcard. Lots of tents are already up in this camp site overlooking the boat channel which at that time saw an average of 100 vessels passing each day.

The second postcard is a 1920s Auburn Post Card Manufacturing Company product and shows Camp Nutt on the Escatawpa River near Citronelle Alabama which is about 30 miles North of Mobile Alabama. This camp shows several tents set up and a covered eating area. Both of these post cards are available on my website Moody's Postcards in the Michigan and Alabama listings. CATCH POSTCARD FEVER!! See how they did it in the "good old days".

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