Most of my postcard stories have related to specific persons and places.Â
Some postcard companies offeredÂ stock images of lovely scenes that were not identified.
I have a number of beautiful roadside pictures from the "good roads" movement of the post war (World War I) era, and none of these scenes are identified.
I haveÂ another collection of natural scenes and wonders from the thirties.
The Asheville Postcard Company in North Carolina was one printer of lovely natural scenes, not all of which can be located.Â The postcardsÂ from this company that I have found are from the 1920's and 1930's.
Here is information related to an historical retropective of the company's products:
Here is an index of the enormous collection of Asheville Postcard Company postcards at the University of North Carolina
This is a postcard featuring a Fall landscape.Â The place is not identified, but the postcard was produced in North Carolina.
I believe that theÂ postcard was printed a few years before 1940.