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May 28, 2008

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Catherine Swanson

Hello Pat O'Hanlon,

I wa so glad to see your comment on the Earl Christy postcards. These are a favorite set of mine.
I'm sorry we can not provide an appraisal for your postcards. As museum professionals, this is a conflict of interest. Please see this helpful blog post http://nationalheritagemuseum.typepad.com/library_and_archives/2009/07/the-question-we-cannot-answer.html) written by Aimee Newell.

Best regards,
Catherine Swanson

Pat O'Hanlon

I inherited a post card collection woth most cards dating to 1908-1909-1910-1913 and 1915. Ihave in my possession 8 T. Earl Christy postcards. Harvard--Yale--C--P for Princton, I believe--another Y-featuring 3 gibson girls on an automobile--2 bathers--1 bowler and a tennis player. I'd like to know what they are worth.

Will Moore

How wonderful to see this blog! Please keep up the good work.

I wonder whether you may want to change your text about university colors to indicate that Harvard alumni and students dress in "crimson" rather than in red.

Best wishes-

Will Moore

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