Picture Postcards

Feature

Saturday, May 21, 2005

Before the airplane, trips abroad were big undertakings, and if you went overseas you'd want evidence that you were really there. So you sent a postcard. And for some odd reason, we still do. Jake Warga explains how the little souvenirs once had big consequences.

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Jake Warga

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