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  B-0275
USA - California - Sacramento
Inscriptions: (r) Sacramento, Cal. Statue State Capitol.
Numbering: 5912
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  B-0276
USA - California - Sacramento
Inscriptions: (r) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS STATUE IN ROTUNDA OF CAPITOL
Publisher: A.J. Johnston Co.
Date: sent 1909
Stamp: usa 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Birmingham, Alabama.
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  B-0265
USA - Colorado - Pueblo
Inscriptions: (r) McCLELLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY - COLUMBUS MONUMENT PUEBLO, COL.
Publisher: Hyde Paper Co., Pueblo, Col.
Date: sent 1907
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Kansas.
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  B-0266
USA - Colorado - Pueblo
Inscriptions: (r) McClelland Public Library and Columbus Monument, Pueblo, Colo.
Publisher: Hyde Paper Co., Pueblo, Col.
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  B-0220
USA - Connecticut - New Haven
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT, WOOSTER SQ., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Publisher: Danziger & Herman, New Haven, Conn.
Date: sent 1913
Stamp: USA 1c
Notes: :Sent to Canton Missouri
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  B-0221
USA - Connecticut - New London
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT, NEW LONDON, CONN.
Publisher: J. Solomon, New London, Conn.
Date: sent 1936
Stamp: 3ct
Notes: :Sent to Riga, Latvia, with text in Russian
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  B-0252
USA - Connecticut - South Norwalk
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS SCHOOL, SOUTH NORWALK, CONN.
Publisher: The Collotype Co., Elizabeth N.J. and N.Y.
Date: sent 1956
Stamp: removed
Notes: :Sent to Altoona, Pa.
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  B-0336
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: Christopher Columbus Memorial, Union Station Plaza, Washington D.C.
Publisher: S.S. Reynolds Co., Washington D.C.
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  B-0337
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Memorial Fountain in front of Union Sation, Washington, D.C. (v) The Columbus Memorial Fountain, Washington, D.C., is situated on the Union Station Plaza. It is semi-circular in form, seventy feet wide anmd sixty-five feet deep. A shaft forty-five feet high surmounted by a globe borne by four eagles forms the background for the statue of Columbus, who is represented as standing on the prow of a ship, the figure-head of which is a beautiful female figure typifying 'The Spirit of Discovery'. On the left of the shaft is the figure of an Indian portraying the New World, and on the right side the figure of a patriarchal Caucasian representing the Old World, while the rear of the shaft carries a medaillon representing Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. The extreme ends are flanked by two enormous lions. Dedicated June the 8th, 1912. Sculptor, Lorado Taft. Cost,, $100,000.
Publisher: W.B. Garrison, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Numbering: Plate 1499
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  B-0338
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Memorial Fountain in front of Union Sation, Washington, D.C. (v) The Columbus Memorial Fountain, Washington, D.C., is situated on the Union Station Plaza. It is semi-circular in form, seventy feet wide anmd sixty-five feet deep. A shaft forty-five feet high surmounted by a globe borne by four eagles forms the background for the statue of Columbus, who is represented as standing on the prow of a ship, the figure-head of which is a beautiful female figure typifying 'The Spirit of Discovery'. On the left of the shaft is the figure of an Indian portraying the New World, and on the right side the figure of a patriarchal Caucasian representing the Old World, while the rear of the shaft carries a medaillon representing Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. The extreme ends are flanked by two enormous lions. Dedicated June the 8th, 1912. Sculptor, Lorado Taft; Cost,, $100,000.
Publisher: W.B. Garrison, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Numbering: 1499
Date: sent 1921
Stamp: 1 ct
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  B-0339
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS MEMORIAL, UNION STATION PLAZA, WASHINGTON, D.C. (v) THE COLUMBUS MEMORIAL on the Union Station Plaza, Washington, designed by Lorado Taft, and erected at a cost of $100,000,, consists of a marble fountain, with a statue of Columbus, and figures symbolizing the Spirit of Discovery, the Old World (Caucasian) and New World (Indian.) A globe typefies the new knowledge Columbus gave of the shape of the world, and there are American Eagles and Medallions of Ferdinand and Isabella.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., Washington
Numbering: 28881
Date: Sent 1932
Stamp: US 1c
Notes: :Sent to ?
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  B-0340
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Memorial Fountain in front of Union Station, Washington, D.C. (v) No. 61487.-The Columbus Memorial Fountain, Washington, D.C., is situated on the Union Station Plaza. It is semi-circular in form, seventy feet wide anmd sixty-five feet deep. A shaft forty-five feet high surmounted by a globe borne by four eagles forms the background for the statue of Columbus, who is represented as standing on the prow of a ship, the figure-head of which is a beautiful female figure typifying 'The Spirit of Discovery'. On the left of the shaft is the figure of an Indian portraying the New World, and on the right side the figure of a patriarcal Caucasian representing the Old World, while the rear of the shaft carries a medaillon representing Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. The extreme ends are flanked by two enormous lions. Dedicated June the 8th, 1912. Sculptor, Lorado Taft; Cost,, $100,000.
Publisher: W.B. Garrison, Washington, D.C.
Numbering: 61487
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  B-0341
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) UNION STATION AND COLUMBUS MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN (v) 4010. - The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D.C.
Numbering: 4010
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  B-0342
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) UNION STATION AND COLUMBUS MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN, WASHINGTON, D.C.. (v) UNION STATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., 1202 D St., Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Numbering: R-42026
Date: sent undated
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Wisconsin.
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  B-0343
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) 114 UNION STATION AND COLUMBUS MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN, WASHINGTON, D.C.. (v) UNION STATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D.C.
Numbering: Scenic Art Series, 114, 2A-H968
Date: sent 1940
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Massachusetts
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  B-0344
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) UNION STATION AND COLUMBUS MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN, WASHINGTON, D.C.. (v) UNION STATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., 1202 D St., Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Numbering: 98931
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  B-0345
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) UNION STATION AND COLUMBUS MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN, WASHINGTON, D.C.. (v) UNION STATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., 1202 D St., Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Numbering: 98931
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  B-0346
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) Union Station and Columbus Memorial Fountain. Washington, D.C. (v) THE NEW UNION STATION AT WASHINGTON was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D.C.
Date: sent 1917
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Red Creek, N.Y.
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  B-0347
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) Union Station and Columbus Memorial Fountain. Washington, D.C. (v) UNION STATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building, of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Numbering: R-33301
Date: sent 1913
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Middelboro, Mass.
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  B-0487
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS MEMORIAL, UNION STATION PLAZA, WASHINGTON, D.C. (v) THE COLUMBUS MEMORIAL on the Union Station Plaza, Washington, designed by Lorado Taft, and erected at a cost of $100,000,, consists of a marble fountain, with a statue of Columbus, and figures symbolizing the Spirit of Discovery, the Old World (Caucasian) and New World (Indian.) A globe typefies the new knowledge Columbus gave of the shape of the world, and there are American Eagles and Medallions of Ferdinand and Isabella.
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., Washington
Numbering: 28881
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  B-0491
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: Christopher Columbus Memorial, Union Station Plaza, Washington D.C. (v) THE COLUMBUS MEMORIAL on the Union Station Plaza, Washington, designed by Lorado Taft, and erected at a cost of $100,000,, consists of a marble fountain, with a statue of Columbus, and figures symbolizing the Spirit of Discovery, the Old World (Caucasian) and New World (Indian.) A globe typefies the new knowledge Columbus gave of the shape of the world, and there are American Eagles and Medallions of Ferdinand and Isabella.
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  B-0508
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS' MEMORIAL-UNION STATION PLAZA. WASHINGTON D.C. (v) THE COLUMBUS MEMORIAL on the Union Station Plaza, Washington, designed by Lorado Taft, and erected at a cost of $100,000,, consists of a marble fountain, with a statue of Columbus, and figures symbolizing the Spirit of Discovery, the Old World (Caucasian) and New World (Indian.) A globe typefies the new knowledge Columbus gave of the shape of the world, and there are American Eagles and Medallions of Ferdinand and Isabella.
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  B-0511
USA - DC - Washington
Inscriptions: (r) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS' MEMORIAL, UNION STATION PLAZA. WASHINGTON D.C. (v) THE COLUMBUS MEMORIAL on the Union Station Plaza, Washington, designed by Lorado Taft, and erected at a cost of $100,000,, consists of a marble fountain, with a statue of Columbus, and figures symbolizing the Spirit of Discovery, the Old World (Caucasian) and New World (Indian.) A globe typefies the new knowledge Columbus gave of the shape of the world, and there are American Eagles and Medallions of Ferdinand and Isabella.
Stamp: us 1c
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  B-0320
USA - Florida - Tampa
Inscriptions: (v) TAMPA, FLORIDA
Christopher Columbus Statue on Bayshore Boulevard near downtown Tampa.
Publisher: The American News Co., 1112 Eva St., Tampa, Fla. Colourpicture Publishers Inc., Boston, Mass.
Numbering: P16979
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  B-0321
USA - Florida - Tampa
Inscriptions: (v) BEAUTIFUL BAYSHORE DRIVE SHOWING THE STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, TAMPA, FLORIDA
Publisher: Hillsboro News Co., Tampa Fla.
Numbering: T.K. 26
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  B-0322
USA - Florida - Tampa
Inscriptions: (v) BEAUTIFUL BAYSHORE DRIVE SHOWING THE STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, TAMPA, FLORIDA
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  B-0103
USA - Illinois - Chicago
Inscriptions: Calumet Theatre and Columbus Statue, South Chicago, Ill.
Publisher: S.H. Knox & Co., So. Chicago, Ill.
Numbering: 209042
Date: Sent 1910
Stamp: US 1ct
Notes: :Sent naar Chicago.
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  B-0370
USA - Illinois - South Chicago
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MEMORIAL MONUMENT, SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL.
Publisher: Suhling Company, Chicago.
Date: 1910
Stamp: None.
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  B-0041
USA - Maryland - Baltimore
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT, DRUID HILL PARK, BALTIMORE MD.
Publisher: E.C. Kropp, Publ.
Numbering: No. 1684
Notes: :Unused.
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  B-0042
USA - Maryland - Baltimore
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, Md.
Publisher: The Chessler Company, Baltimore Md.
Notes: :Unused.
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  B-0043
USA - Maryland - Baltimore
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT - DRUID HILL PARK, BALTIMORE, MD. (v) COLUMBUS MONUMENT, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, Md. Located in Druid Hill Park on a bluff overlooking the Reservoir and was erected to the memory of this eminent discoverer of our country by the Italians of this city. It was unveiled in 1892.
Date: 1918 (sent)
Stamp: USA 2 ct (YT 183)
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  B-0044
USA - Maryland - Baltimore
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT (DRUID HILL PARK) Baltimore Md. (and an advertisment for Elba Home Remedies)
Notes: :Unused.
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  B-0045
USA - Maryland - Baltimore
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT, DRUID HILL PARK, BALTIMORE MD.
Notes: :Not used, but with a manuscript note on verso: 'Situated facing Madison Ave. Entrance to Druid Hill Park, a gift (I think) by the Italians of the city.'
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  B-0277
USA - Missouri - Saint-Louis
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument Tower Grove Park ST. LOUIS
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons.
Numbering: St. Louis Series Post Card No. 6021
Date: Oct. 1904
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  B-0006
USA - Missouri - St. Louis
Inscriptions: (r) St. Louis, Mo. Columbus Statue
Publisher: Curt Teich & Co., Chicago and St. Louis
Numbering: 166g
Date: verz. 1907
Stamp: USA ct.
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  B-0010
USA - Missouri - St. Louis
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Statue, Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Mo.
Publisher: The St. Louis News Compagny, St. Louis, Mo.
Numbering: A 2537
Date: verz. 1906
Stamp: USA 2 ct.
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  B-0278
USA - Missouri - St. Louis
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus statue, Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Mo.
Publisher: The St. Louis News Company, St. Louis, Mo. Leipzig-Berlin
Date: sent 1910
Stamp: 1ct USA
Notes: :Sent to the city.
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  B-0279
USA - Missouri - St. Louis
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Statue - Tower Grove Park - St. Louis. U. S. A.
Publisher: Made in Germany
Numbering: 201712
Date: sent 1910
Stamp: US 1ct
Notes: :Sent to Donova, Pa., 17 June 1910
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  B-0280
USA - Missouri - St. Louis
Inscriptions: St. Louis, Mo. | Columbus Statue
Publisher: Curt Teich & Co., Chicago and St. Louis
Numbering: No. 116
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  B-0530
USA - Missouri - St. Louis
Inscriptions: (r) NO. 238 - COLUMBUS STATUE, TOWER GROVE PARK, ST. LOUIS, U.S.A.
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  B-0161
USA - Montana - Great Falls
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Hospital, Great Falls, Mont. Statue of Christopher Columbus in foreground (v) GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The 'Cascade City' on the upper Missouri. Population 22,000. Seat of Cascade County. Head of navigation on the Missouri River. Has unsurpassed natural resources of all kinds.
Publisher: Chas. E. Morris, Chinook, Mont.
Date: 1910
Notes: :Verso a handwritten note in English, dated 8/7/1910.
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  B-0089
USA - New Jersey - Camden
Inscriptions: (r) STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FOREST HILL PARK CAMDEN N.J.
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  B-0090
USA - New Jersey - Camden
Inscriptions: (r) 7 STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, FOREST HILL PARK, CAMDEN, N.J.
Publisher: The Sabold-Herb Co., Philadelphia, Pa. CT Chicago
Numbering: 66647
Notes: :Unused.
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  B-0091
USA - New Jersey - Camden
Inscriptions: (r) 112: - Christopher Columbus Statue, Forest Hill Park, Camden, N.J.
Publisher: P. Sander, Philadelphia & Atlantic City
Numbering: 6860
Notes: :Unused.
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  B-0219
USA - New Jersey - Newark
Inscriptions: (r) 290: - CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS MONUMENT NEWARK, N.J.
Publisher: The Union News Co.
Numbering: 290
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  B-0253
USA - New Jersey - Phillipsburg
Inscriptions: (r) Catholic Church and Rectory, Phillipsburg, N.J.
Publisher: Leo Meyer, Easton, Pa.
Notes: :in pencil: 'the monument is C. Columbus'
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  B-0197
USA - New York - Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Inscriptions: (r) MONUMENT TO CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, MAMARONECK, N.Y.
Publisher: Published for Edward Wells, Durmont, by The Collotype Co., Elizabeth, N.J. and N.Y.
Date: Sent 1946
Stamp: USA 1ct
Notes: :Sent from Mamaroneck to Bradford, Vt., 23 Aug. 1946.
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  B-0198
USA - New York - Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Inscriptions: (r) MONUMENT TO CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, MAMARONECK, N.Y.
Publisher: The Collotype Co., Elizabeth, N.J. and N.Y.
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  B-0222
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r)COLUMBUS CIRCLE AND CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK CITY (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE AND CENTRAL PARK. Located at the intersection of Broadway and 8tj Avenue at 59th Street. In the foreground is the memorial to Christopher Columbus erected in 1892 by the resident Italians in America. To the left is the Maine Memorial at the entrance to Central Park.
Numbering: 14795
Date: sent 1944
Stamp: USA 1 CT
Notes: :Sent to Maryland 23 Jan. 1944.
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  B-0223
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) BOULEVARD COLUMBUS MONUMENT CENTRAL PARK W
Publisher: Arthur Strauss Inc., Publishers New York
Numbering: No. 36
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  B-0224
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) BOULEVARD COLUMBUS MONUMENT CENTRAL PARK W
Publisher: Arthur Strauss Inc., Publishers New York
Numbering: No. 36
Date: Sent 1902
Stamp: USA 2ct
Notes: :Sent to Stockholm.
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  B-0225
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument, Central Park, N.Y.
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  B-0226
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS CIRCLE, NEW YORK (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLEa is at the intersection of B'way, Eighth Ave and 59th St. In this view is shown the beautiful Columbus Monument, Central Park, and to the left Subway Station entrances.
Publisher: The American News Company, New York
Date: sent 1911
Stamp: removed
Notes: :Sent to Altoona, Pa.
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  B-0227
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) NO. 570 - THE CIRCLE ENTRANCE TO CENTRAL PARK, N.Y. COLUMBUS STATUE
Publisher: J. Koehler, 150 Park Row, N.Y.
Numbering: NO. 570
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  B-0228
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) G 38 The Grand Circle with Columbus Monument, N.Y. City
Publisher: The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City. (Germany)
Numbering: G 38
Date: sent 1906
Stamp: usa 1ct
Notes: :Sent to Toronto, Canada.
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  B-0229
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, New York (v) Columbus Circle. At 59th Street, at the intersection of Broadway and Eighth Avenue. - Entrance to Central Park. Statue to commemorate discovery of America by Columbus. Also Maine Monument, erected 1913, to the memory of the heroes who perished on the Maine in Havana Harbor.
Publisher: Copyright 1913, by Irving Underhill, New York. Success Postal Card Co., Pub., New York. No. 1057.
Date: (c) 1913
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  B-0230
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, New York (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE. At 59th Street, at the intersection of Broadway and Eighth Avenue. - Entrance to Central Park. Statue to commemorate discovery of America by Columbus. Also Maine Monument, erected 1913, to the memory of the heroes who perished on the Maine in Havana Harbor.
Publisher: American Art Publishing Co.
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  B-0231
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, New York (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE. Located at the intersection of 8th Avenue, Broadway and 59th Street, and is marked by an imposing monument of America's discoverer. The 59th Street entrance to Central Park where the Maine monument has recently been erected 1913, is right opposite the Columbus Circle.
Publisher: (c) Irving Underhill N.Y.
Numbering: N.Y. 352
Date: sent 1925
Stamp: removed
Notes: :Sent to Prague, Czechoslovakia., on 18 July 1925.
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  B-0232
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, New York (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE. Located at the intersection of 8th Avenue, Broadway and 59th Street, and is marked by an imposing monument of America's discoverer. The 59th Street entrance to Central Park where the Maine monument has recently been erected, is right opposite the Columbus Circle.
Publisher: Irving Underhill N.Y.
Numbering: N.Y. 352
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  B-0233
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle and Central Park, New York City (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE In the center stands the impressive statue of Christopher olumbus. At the entrance to Central Park is the Maine Memorial, erected in commemoration of the men who served on board of the American Battleship Maine when it was destroyed in Havana Harbor in 1898.
Publisher: The Union News Co. 'C.T. Art-colortone'. Made only by Curteich & Co. Inc., Chicago.
Numbering: 7A-H3147
Date: sent 1941
Stamp: usa 1ct
Notes: :Sent to Dawson, W.Va.
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  B-0234
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: Columbus and Maine Monuments, New York
Publisher: Brooklyn Postcard Co. Inc., New York
Date: sent 1914
Stamp: USA 1ct
Notes: :Sent to Dunkirk, N.Y.
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  B-0235
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, Columbus and Maine Monuments, New York City. (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE. At 59th Street, at the intersection of Broadway and Eighth Avenue. - Entrance to Central Park. Statue to commemorate discovery of America by Columbus. Also Maine Monument, erected 1913, to the memory of the heroes who perished on the Maine in Havana Harbor.
Publisher: Haberman's, Brooklyn, New York.
Numbering: 211
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  B-0236
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS CIRCLE, NEW YORK CITY. (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE. At 58th Street, at the intersection of Broadway and Eighth Ave. Entrance to Central Park. Statue to commemorate discovery of America by Columbus. Also Maine Monument, erected 1913, to the memory of the heroes who perished on the Maine in Havana Harbor.
Publisher: Manhattan Post Card Co., 114 Park Row, New York
Numbering: 24
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  B-0237
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, New York (v) Columbus Circle. At 59th Street, at the intersection of Broadway and Eighth Avenue. - Entrance to Central Park. Statue to commemorate discovery of America by Columbus. Also Maine Monument, erected 1913, to the memory of the heroes who perished on the Maine in Havana Harbor.
Publisher: Irving Underhill N.Y.
Date: (c) 1913
Stamp: usa 1c
Notes: :Sent in 1914 to Chicago.
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  B-0238
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) NO. 70 - COLUMBUS MONUMENT & ENTRANCE TO CENTRAL PARK, N.Y.
Publisher: J. Koehler, N.Y.
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  B-0239
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS AND MAINE MONUMENTS, NEW YORK CITY
Publisher: CPC and N Co.
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  B-0240
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS CIRCLE AND ONE OF THE ENTRANCES TO CENTRAL PARK, LOOKING EAST, NEW YORK CITY. (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE AND ONE OF THE ENTRANCES TO CENTRAL PARK, LOOKING EAST Automobile distances from New York are measured from this point. Statue of Columbus at the right: Maine Monument at the left. Hotels Sherry-Netherlands and Pierre in the background
Publisher: Irving Underhill, Inc., N.Y.
Date: (c) 1931
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  B-0241
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS STATUE, CENTRAL PARK WEST, NEW YORK.
Date: Sent 1904
Stamp: 2xUSA 1ct
Notes: :Sent to La Plata, Argentine, on 27 Aug. 1904. The card arrived 30 Sept. 1904..
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  B-0242
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Circle, N.Y.
Date: sent 1910
Stamp: usa 1 c
Notes: :Sent to Kenoska, Wis.
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  B-0243
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument, New York (v) COLUMBUS MONUMENT in Columbus Circle, Dedicated in the memory of Christopher Columbus, to whom the Western hemisphere owes its discovery
Publisher: A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York
Numbering: 11557
Notes: :With print of the Pasadena Post Card Club on verso
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  B-0244
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument, New York (v) COLUMBUS MONUMENT in Columbus Circle, Dedicated in the memory of Christopher Columbus, to whom the Western hemisphere owes its discovery
Publisher: A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York
Numbering: 11557
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  B-0245
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) U.S. Series 100/2. Columbus Monument New York
Publisher: Aristophot Co., New-York & Taucha, Germany
Numbering: U.S. Series 100/2.
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  B-0246
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) 6039 - COLUMBUS MONUMENT, NEW YORK
Publisher: Souvenir Post Card Co., New York
Numbering: 6039
Date: sent 1905
Stamp: usa 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Woburn, Mass.
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  B-0247
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) 7071 - COLUMBUS MONUMENT, NEW YORK
Publisher: Detroit Photograhic Co.
Numbering: 7071
Date: (c) 1903, sent 1904
Stamp: 1ct
Notes: :Sent to Guelph, Ont.
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  B-0248
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) NEW YORK Columbus Monument
Publisher: United Art Publishing Co. (Printed in Germany)
Numbering: No. 519
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  B-0249
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument, New York
Publisher: Imprint-Souvenir Post Card Co. New-York and Berlin
Numbering: 4742
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  B-0250
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT N.Y. CITY
Date: sent 1913
Stamp: 2 ct
Notes: :Sent to Zutphen, Netherlands.
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  B-0251
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) [left] COLUMBUS MONUMENT. [right] Central Park
Publisher: H.A. Rost Prt. & Pub. Co. N.Y.
Numbering: 608
Date: Copyright 1899, sent 1907
Stamp: US 1 ct
Notes: :Sent by Miss Ena Holland from Preston Kansas to Thulma N. Jones in Richmond, Va.
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  B-0366
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r)COLUMBUS CIRCLE AND CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK CITY (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE AND CENTRAL PARK. Located at the intersection of Broadway and 8tj Avenue at 59th Street. In the foreground is the memorial to Christopher Columbus erected in 1892 by the resident Italians in America. To the left is the Maine Memorial at the entrance to Central Park.
Notes: :Not sent, but text in French on the back unrelated to the monument, dated 14 Juillet (no year)
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  B-0507
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) 7071 - COLUMBUS MONUMENT, NEW YORK
Date: 1903
Stamp: usa 1c
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  B-0516
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument, New York (v) COLUMBUS MONUMENT in Columbus Circle, Dedicated in the memory of Christopher Columbus, to whom the Western hemisphere owes its discovery
Publisher: A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York
Numbering: 11557
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  B-0518
USA - New York - New York
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS AND MAINE MONUMENTS, NEW YORK CITY (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE. At 58th Street, at the intersection of Broadway and Eighth Ave. Entrance to Central Park. Statue to commemorate discovery of America by Columbus. Also Maine Monument, erected 1913, to the memory of the heroes who perished on the Maine in Havana Harbor.
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  B-0316
USA - New York - Syracuse
Inscriptions: (v) ONONDAGA COUNTY COURT HOUSE and the Monument to Columbus on Columbus Circle, Syracuse, N.Y.
Publisher: Wm. Jubb Co. Inc., Syracuse, N.Y.
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  B-0317
USA - New York - Syracuse
Inscriptions: (r) ONONDAGA COUNTY COURT HOUSE AND COLUMBUS MONUMENT, SYRACUSE, N.Y.
Publisher: Wm. Jubb Co. Inc., Syracuse, N.Y.
Numbering: 42520
Date: sent 1939
Stamp: 1ct
Notes: :Sent to Erie, Pa.
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  B-0318
USA - New York - Syracuse
Inscriptions: (v) COLUMBUS CIRCLE Syracuse, New York Named for the Italian explorer whose monument faces St. Mary's Cathedral. Church on right is the First Baptist Church of Syracuse, one of the few churches in the world that contains a hotel inits structure. Hotel is caled Mizpah.
Publisher: Carhart Photo Service, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, N.Y.
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  B-0319
USA - New York - Syracuse
Inscriptions: (r) CIRCLE OF ST. MARY'S AND BAPTIST CHURCH, SYRACUSE, N.Y.
Publisher: Wm. Jubb Co. Inc., Syracuse, N.Y.
Numbering: 42506
Date: sent 1941
Stamp: usa 1 c
Notes: :Sent to Rumford, R.I.
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  B-0350
USA - New York - Yonkers
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS MONUMENT, COLUMBUS PARK, YONKERS, N.Y.
Numbering: 24-Y
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  B-0003
USA - Ohio - Columbus
Inscriptions: (v) Christopher Columbus discovered the great land of America in 1492. A statue of our founding father has a place of honor on the State House grounds in Columbus, Ohio. It was a gift from the Vatican in 1892. Photo: Ruth Molloy.
Publisher: Molloy Postcard Services, Covington KY
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  B-0004
USA - Ohio - Columbus
Inscriptions: (r) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (v) The statue of Christopher Columbus proudly surveys the city from the lawn of the Columbus City Building. Each year in October to commemorate the discovery of America, Columbus, Ohio, hosts a large Columbus celebration featuring a parade, street fair and representatives from all the other cities and towns in the country named Columbus. Photo by Larry Hamill
Publisher: Victory Postcards
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  B-0118
USA - Ohio - Columbus
Inscriptions: (v) Overlooking the historic Scioto River is the City Hall, Columbus, Ohio, part of Columbus Civic Center. The statue of Christopher Columbus in front of the building was presented to the city of Columbus by the city of Genoa, Italy, Columbus' birthplace, October 1954.
Publisher: Aladdin Studio, Columbus, Ohio.
Numbering: 138039
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  B-0119
USA - Ohio - Columbus
Inscriptions: (r) Some of Columbus Monuments.
Christopher Columbus, Grounds of Josephinum.
E. Schiller, Schiller Park.
Lincoln Goodals, Goodale Park.
Confederate Soldiers, Camp Chase.
Soldiers' Monument, Green Lawn.
Publisher: Columbus Dispatch Postcards
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  B-0120
USA - Ohio - Columbus, Ohio
Inscriptions: (v) STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS and DOME OF CAPITOL, Columbus, Ohio.
Publisher: H.T. Maloney & Sons, Columbus
Date: 1962 (note)
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  B-0121
USA - Ohio - Columbus, Ohio
Inscriptions: (v) STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS and DOME OF CAPITOL, Columbus, Ohio.
Publisher: H.T. Maloney & Sons, Columbus
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  B-0101
USA - Pennsylvania - Chester
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS STATUE CHESTER, PA. (v) CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. The Columbus Statue, located in Market Square in the heart of downtown Chester, Pennsylvania.
Publisher: WYCO Products, Jenkintown, Pa.
Numbering: 63-A
Notes: :Unused.
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  B-0102
USA - Pennsylvania - Chester
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS STATUE CHESTER, PA. (v) CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. The Columbus Statue, located in Market Square in the heart of downtown Chester, Pennsylvania.
Publisher: WYCO Products, Jenkintown, Pa.
Date: 1973 (sent)
Stamp: USA 6c
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  B-0027
USA - Pennsylvania - Philadelphia
Inscriptions: (r) STATUE COLUMBUS - FAIRMOUNT PARK PHILADELPHIA, PA
Publisher: Ill. Post. Card Co., New York.
Numbering: 1002
Notes: :Bands with silvery grains pasted on the card.
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  B-0477
USA - Pennsylvania - Philadelphia
Inscriptions: (r) 3391- Columbus Statue, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa
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  B-0306
USA - Pennsylvania - Scranton
Inscriptions: (r) Columbus Monument, Court Home Square, Scranton, Pa.
Date: sent 1916
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to ?? in New Jersey ?
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  B-0307
USA - Pennsylvania - Scranton
Inscriptions: (r) Scranton, Pa., Columbus Monument
Publisher: The Hugh Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, Me. U.S.A. Made in Germany
Numbering: 4922
Date: sent 1910
Stamp: 1 ct
Notes: :Sent to Ontario, Canada.
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  B-0264
USA - Rhode Island - Providence
Inscriptions: (r) Providence R.I. Columbus Park, Reservoir and Elmwood Aves.
Publisher: Hugh Leighton Co., Portland, Me.
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  B-0348
USA - Rhode Island - Westerly
Inscriptions: (v) Statue in Wilcox Park, Westerly, Rhode Island of Christopher Columbus (1451-1506), the discoverer of America who was born at or near Genoa, Italy. He died in Valladolid, Spain in poverty and neglect, still believing he had discovered the coast of Asia.
Publisher: Book & Tackle Shop, Watch Hill, R.I. Photo by Bernard L. Gordon
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  B-0349
USA - Rhode Island - Westerly
Inscriptions: (v) STATUE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS in Wilcox Park, Westerly, Rode Island. Ektachrome by Sid Lane
Publisher: The Photo Shop, Westerly and Wakefield, R.I.
Numbering: 13-D-33 / 58133
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  B-0122
USA - Wisconsin - Dickeyville, Wis.
Inscriptions: (r) PATRIOTISM IN STONE, AND GROTTO, DICKEYVILLE, WIS.
Publisher: J. Seidl photo
Numbering: 28
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  B-0123
USA - Wisconsin - Dickeyville, Wis.
Inscriptions: (r) FRONT VIEW OF GROTTO AT DICKEYVILLE, WIS. (c) 1929 REV. MATH. WERNERUS. (v) The Grotto of Christ, the King, and of Mary, His mother, was conceived, designed and built by a priest from thousands of pebbles, stones, shells and corals from all parts of the world. Its beauty and originality must be seen to be appreciated.
Publisher: Genuine Curteigh-Chicago 'C.T. Art-Colortone' Post Card.
Numbering: 4A-H1582
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  B-0359
USA - Wisconsin - Marshfield
Inscriptions: (r) COLUMBUS HIGH SCHOOL - MARSHFIELD, WISCONSIN
Publisher: G.R. Brown Co., Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54701
Numbering: J3895
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