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   Will Csaplar Postcard Collection, 1900-1950s [Bulk: 1910-1925]

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Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Will Csaplar Postcard Collection; Box and Folder; University Archives, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

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Series IV: Special or Unusual Postcards

This series contains postcards that contain unusual design features or unique imagery. Some unusual design features include images raised slightly in relief, postcards to be held to the light, non-paper materials (leather, fabric), and irregular sizes. Postcards with unique imagery include F. Earl Christy's university boy and girl illustrations, Columbia pennants and seals, and historical images of the Morningside Campus.

Aerial view of campus with description on front

Box 2
Aerial view of campus with stamp for Bicentennial
Campus squirrel
Columbia pennant

(some in relief)

Columbia and Barnard seals

(in relief)

Eaton’s Fine Letter Papers postage stamps of New York City
Embroidered
Fabric
Football alumni ticket application
Grounds with baseball field and field house
Hold to light
In relief
Irregular size

(housed along the side of the box)

Joseph Pulitzer stamp on illustration of Low Library
Leather
Low Library in artist’s palette illustration
Map of Morningside campus
Photographs of students and alumni
Postcard with Menu attached
Presidents of Columbia, 1754 and 1904
Requests for information and invitations
South Hall/Butler Library with sundial intact
Summer session information cards
University boy and girl illustrations
View of subway and tracks

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