A Special Project of the TXGenWeb
Postcards not only show the wide diversity of Texas, but also allow us to record a bit of Texas history. Enjoy your travels through time as you view some of the old cards. You will find they are mainly 1950's back, with an occasional modern era card thrown in for good measure.
If you would like
to contribute any images to this site, please e-mail your submission(s)
to Elaine Martin.
Most of the images on this web site have been sent to us from other postcard hounds and site patrons, so the image quality you will find is varied. We are unable to re-scan a card. We do not own these cards, nor do we have these cards in our possession. What you see online here is what was sent in to us and this is all we have. ****We cannot send you a better quality image. We cannot sell you a copy of a postcard. We cannot tell you where to find a certain postcard to buy. We cannot sell you reprints for your resale business. We cannot tell you what street or address a certain building was located. We cannot tell you who owned a building, who built a building, or what year a building was built.*** Everything we know about any given postcard, we placed online with the postcard. Thank you for understanding and we hope you enjoy browsing through the postcards!
feel free to send comments, questions, suggestions, or submissions to
the TXGenWeb Postcard
Manager, Elaine Martin.
Special thanks to the past TXGenWeb Postcard Project Coordinators;
Elaine Martin (2003-2004) and Jan Cortez (2004-2005); Joshua Taylor & Donna Allen, Co-Coordinator (2005-2006)
2005-Present TXGenWeb Project.
Original Copyright 2003-2004 by Elaine Martin.
You must ask for & receive permission from TXGenWeb to use any of the content from this website. We support normal, non-profit use the majority of the
time. None of the images are for sale, and better (larger, higher resolution) images are not available as we do not have the actual postcard in our possession.