Postcard of the Badskys' House

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Title

Postcard of the Badskys' House

Subject

Dwellings -- Kansas -- Lawrence

Description

Postcard with a black and white photograph of the Badskys' house on the front. Photograph shows the house from the front with Jacob Badsky standing on the front porch. At the bottom of the right side "1728 Mass" is written in blue ink. On the left side "Badsky" is written sideways in blue ink. On the back along the right side "Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Badsky's house - 1728 Mass St." is written sideways in blue ink. In the middle of the card Charline Fitzpatrick has written that Lena Badsky Funk (daughter of Jacob Badsky) gave her the card in 1968. It is also noted that the house was torn down.

Source

Fitzpatrick-Postma Collection

Publisher

Publisher Unknown

Date

No date recorded

Contributor

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

Rights

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Format

Still Image

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

5_Windmill_to_Motels(cp_90a)
5_Windmill_to_Motels(cp_90b)

Coverage

Badsky House
1728 Massachusetts Street (Lawrence, Kan.)
1968

Abstract

Postcard with a black and white photograph of the Badskys' house on the front. Photograph information on the back. Acquisition information on the back.

Is Part Of

Album 5: Windmill to Motels

Medium

Photograph
Print
Drawing

Provenance

Acquired by Charline Fitzpatrick in 1968.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Postcard

Physical Dimensions

5 1/2" x 3 1/2"

Files

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https://s3.amazonaws.com/omeka-net/24748/archive/files/abc6700acdf64e6a81a88dbe43fdf9ab.jpg

Citation

“Postcard of the Badskys' House,” Digital Douglas County History, accessed May 26, 2022, https://history.lplks.org/items/show/728.

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