Unidentified Real Photo Postcards
by Larry Myers

Ever go through your postcard collection and wonder why you’ve saved those unidentified RPPC's?  I’ve discovered that if you crop out the uninteresting portions, enlarge the subject, adjust the brightness & contrast, and give it a title, you’ll have lots of fun. Here are some examples from my accumulation:

Off to get a load I’m not supposed to sit here Where’s the plow?
Ludlow VT, a one-ox town
Waiting at the Boathouse New York or bust
Abe doesn’t have anything on us Time for a dental checkup Out for a drive
Hurry Up!  It’s chilly! I’m almost as tall as Dad Push the button, Mommy
Do you like our hairdo? We’re in the Army now
Where are my sunglasses?
What’s a washing machine? I’m Evelyn Arndt, and this is 1911
See?  Here’s my sister!
Washing clothes in the mountains
We’re sisters The gang’s all here
Here’s how to take a picture
My, what big feet you have
Looking at pictures
At-home portrait Me and my new sibling

We asked for captions on the following postcard views.  We got responses from just two people.  Here are their captions:
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