Approaching the end of this challenge. It's been fun to write them. It's nice to not have a long-form post that takes three hours or more to make from time to time. To be honest, I wrote the first 27 posts all on 3/31 and would have done the last three then too but I got too tired, and finished them off on 4/1...the day I plan to post the first in the series. I didn't get any scanning done during that time but it was worth it because I really enjoyed writing them.
I had two cards I debating showing here, both of which are in my collection. One, from 1909, and one from 1911. I decided to show the 1909 card, but both have been shown already in the past. I've shown most if not all of my pre-1950 cards on the blog already so a repeat here is no surprise.
my website has 460 images, some dating back to the 1980s! Trust me, the photos get better later in the album. They are in chronological order of being posted so as my photography skills improved the photos improved as well. (naturally).
There are very few cards that show squirrels, and even fewer that show gray squirrels. This is the only one in my collection, and I am very interested in trading for any others.
Here's a real gray squirrel I photographed April 9th, 2009- 100 years after this card was made.
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