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In the decades around 1900, postcards were Twitter, e-mail, Flickr, and Facebook, all wrapped into one. A postcard craze swept the world, as billions of cards were bought and mailed, or just pasted into albums. Many famous artists turned to the new medium, but one of the great pleasures of postcards is how some of the most beautiful and interesting cards were made by artists whose names we barely know.
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Leonard Lauder bought his first postcards with his five-cent allowance. He lectures on the #Postcard Age exhibit: http://t.co/bwpegl3cPG

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