Virginia and North Carolina postcards [graphic] 1908-1938.

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Virginia and North Carolina postcards [graphic] 1908-1938.

Virginia and North Carolina postcards [graphic] 1908-1938.

Scenes and individuals in Virginia depicted include Grand Caverns (5), Douthat State Park (4), Robert E. Lee (4) University of Virginia Hospital and Stonewall Jackson Statue in Charlottesville, Stonewall Jackson Statue in Lexington, and the Episcopal Church in Pulaski. Scenes in North Carolina depicted include Graystone Inn in Roaring Gap, Wayside Theatre and the Virginia Dare marker at Roanoke Island, a wrecked schooner near Croatan Hotel, the Wright Memorial at Kill Devil Hills, and Mount Mitchell (2) Scenes elsewhere in the United States include the Capitol and the Smithsonian, Washington, D. C., Washington's Headquarters at White Plains, N.Y., Colonial Tea Room, New Castle, Del., a flume gorge in the White Mountains, N. H., the St. Lucie Hotel, Stuart, Fla., and the Firestone Factory Exposition Building at the New York Worlds Fair, 1939. Miscellaneous postcards include Innsbruck and a terrace at Garsington Manor.

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Episcopal Church (Pulaski, Va.)

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New York World's Fair (1939-1940 : New York, N.Y.)

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Garsington Manor (Garsington, England)

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