This postcard of Marcelina Mt. and Keebler Pass, Colorado comes from my young cousin Evy from a trip out to Colorado in August 2016. Followers of the blog may recognize her as having sent a number of cards to me from "Troll Capital" Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.
This card originally was printed in Poland but was purchased in Indiana. It shows two swans in a lake or other similar body of water mirroring each other. The head and necks of the swans look like they're making a heart symbol.
Knoxville's historic Custom House, built in 1874, is home today to the East Tennessee Historical Society, the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection, and the Knox County Archives. The ETHS Museum, located on the first floor, chronicles more than two centuries of the region's history.
This card comes from my friend Springheel-jack on livejournal.