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Postcard from Walcheren

Postcard from Walcheren

Postcard from Holland is a regular feature on this blog. On Wednesdays I post a card from my collection of vintage postcards. Today: Walcheren.

Ladies in the traditional costume of Walcheren, an island in the province Zeeland, doing their traditional folk dance. This card ran in 1932, so I assume the photo is from the 1920s.

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Blogger Ancestry Aces said...

Hi Henk,

I enjoy seeing the postcards you post. do you use any specific types of covers or storage materials for your postcards? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

thanks,

Shack - The Ancestry Ace

 
Blogger Ancestry Aces said...

Hi Henk,

I'm not sure if my comment went through. I enjoy your postcards and wonder if you use any specific types of covers or storage media for your postcard collection. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

thanks,

Shack - The Ancestry Ace

 
Blogger Henk van Kampen said...

Hi Shack,

I currently use normal envelopes: One card per envelope, and multiple envelopes with related cards in a strong A5 size envelope. The A5 envelopes go into a filing cabinet.

 

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