Postcard of Deichman's Crossing

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Title

Postcard of Deichman's Crossing

Subject

Wakarusa River Valley (Kan.)

Description

Postcard with a colored image of Deichman's Crossing on the front. Image depicts the bridge above the Wakarusa River, beneath the bridge are people on a small boat. At the top of the right side "Lawrence, Kans., Scene on Wakarusa River, Deichman's Crossing" is printed in black ink. On the back along the right side, "No. 544 C.W. Mettner, Pub., Lawrence, Kans. (Made in Germany.)" is printed sideways in green ink. A note is written on the back to Miss Carrie Mix in Ft. Edward, New York from Earl Brown in Baldwin, Kansas. Postmarked May 5, 1909.

Creator

Brown, Earl

Source

Fitzpatrick-Postma Collection

Publisher

Mettner, Carl W., photographer

Date

5/5/1909

Contributor

Fitzpatrick, Charline
Postma, Sally
Carttar, Rosalea
Carttar, Peter

Rights

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Format

Still Image

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

7_River_Ice_to_Tornado(cp_87a)
7_River_Ice_to_Tornado(cp_87b)

Coverage

Deichman's Crossing (Lawrence, Kans.)
Wakarusa River
5/5/1909
Acquisition date unknown

Abstract

Postcard with a colored image of the Wakarusa River on the front. Manufacturing information on the back. Note on the back.

Date Modified

5/5/1909

Is Part Of

Album 7: River Ice to Tornado

Medium

Photograph
Print
Drawing

Provenance

Acquired by Charline Fitzpatrick or Sally Postma.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Postcard

Physical Dimensions

5 9/16" x 3 9/16"

Files

https://s3.amazonaws.com/omeka-net/24748/archive/files/7ac95876d05941a6f1fcc28f904e2edf.jpg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/omeka-net/24748/archive/files/e54755f339ad38705e3ee458a50cc96c.jpg

Citation

Brown, Earl , “Postcard of Deichman's Crossing,” Digital Douglas County History, accessed June 28, 2022, https://history.lplks.org/items/show/561.

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