This was RCA doing a little promotion for the Elvis comeback tour of ’68. Size is 3.875″ x 2.25″.
Monthly Archives: June 2019
Behold the U.S.S. Ranger, the first U.S. Navy vessel designed to be an aircraft carrier. Plopped in the water in 1934, the ship made it through WWII (though, due to its relative lack of speed, it stayed in the Atlantic) and was scrapped in 1947.
This card was light damaged, so I have changed brightness/contrast parameters to make it more viewable.
This a more developed Cinderella. It apparently came as part of a perforated sheet of stamps. It has glue on the back.
In May of this year, a second well had just opened up in the Permian Basin in Texas…on land owned by the University of Texas. Whoopee! Break out the bubbly!
I browsed the AGA monthly issue that had notice of this convention in 1923. The proceedings looked…well (pun intended), interesting to them what was there, I’m sure.
Nice poster design, though. The stamp is 2.25″ x 3.5″