WALT'S POSTCARDS PRESENTS
NEWMAN POST CARD Company
Postcard Check List
UNNUMBERED Divided and Undivided Backs Section Postcards,
NOT FOR SALE

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     check list: " PLEASE CHECK YOUR COLLECTION for cards marked UNK or "?" "
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 U M   Num Back       Text on NEWMAN POSTCARD COMPANY               Other Info
 R P   Ber Types                                                      Vendor
 

               EARTHQUAKE Unnumbered Cards

(sn_) NNNN B-2b A Book Store on Market St., San Francisco.
                    Taken less than 30 min. after Earthquake          SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2c Apartment House at San Francisco, Fell Four Feet at the
                   First Shock                                       SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2f Apartment House at San Francisco. Fell Four Feet at the
                   First Shock.                                      SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2c Burning Wharfs, San Francisco Bay in Distance.
                   Telegraph Hill to Left. April 18th, 1906.         SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2d Burning Wharfs, San Francisco Bay in Distance.
                   Telegraph Hill to Left. April 18th, 1906.         SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2b California Street, San Francisco, after the Earthquake,
                     April 18th, 1906.                               SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2e Call Building San Francisco, Cal.
                   Totally Destroyed by Earthquake April 18th, 1906  SEP
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(sn_) NNNN H-2k Depot, San Miguel, Cal.

(sn_) NNNN B-2d Front View of Stanford Memorial Church Destroyed by
                   Earthquake April 18th, '06                        SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2a Library Building, Stanford University, after the Earthquake,
                     April 18 1906                                   SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2a Memorial Arch, Stanford University Earthquake, April 18th, 1906.
                      SCAN                 SEP
(sn_) NNNN B-2c O Farrell Street. Looking away from Market Street,
                   San Francisco, April 18th, 1906.                    SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2d O Farrell Street. Looking away from Market Street,
                   San Francisco, April 18th, 1806.  (date error)      SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2b Ruins of Court House and City Hall, San Francisco,
                   April 18th,1906                                   SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2c St. Francis Hotel from Market Street and ruins Surrounding,
                   San Francisco, April 18th, 1906.                   SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2e St. Rose (Six-story) Hotel, San Francisco.
                   Greatest Death Rate Here. April 18th, 1906.       SEP
                   Note: Is actually the St. Rose in Santa Rosa, Cal.)
                      SCAN 
(sn_) NNNN B-2a The Alter at Stanford Memorial. Totally destroyed
                   by Earthquake, April 18th, 1996  (date Missprint) SEP
                      SCAN     (cancel-1906)
                   Note: The Word Alter is misspelled - Correct word is Altar
(sn_) NNNN B-2e The New Stanford-Univeristy Gymnasium,
                   Totally wrecked by Earthquake, April 18th, 1906   SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2e The New Stanford-Univeristy Gymnasium,
                   Totally wrecked by Earthquake, April 18th, 1906   SEP
                   (diff. Back)
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(sn_) NNNN B-2a San Francisco Flats, Sunk one Story into the Ground by
                   Earthquake Great Fissuers in Street               SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2d Valencia Hotel, San Francisco, In which forty
                     people were killed.                             SEP
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(sn_) NNNN B-2f Valencia Hotel, San Francisco, In which forty
                     people were killed.  (diff. back)               SEP
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                   END OF EARTHQUAKE LISTING
 

          *** OTHER UNNUMBERED CARDS ***
             NOTE: As these are found, they will be placed in the relative
                   listings. Probably by City/Area/Topic.
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(sn_) NNNN   ???  Arrowhead Hot Springs, California.
                     pmkd: 1912 San Berardino, Cal.
                     mailedto: M. J. J. Benwarl, Mendocino County, Cal.
(___) NNNN        A View of Main Street, Santa Paula, California
(sn_) NNNN   ???  Casa Verdugo, Inc., New Location--Out Glendale Way      MWOB
(___) NNNN        Central Ave., Chico, California
(sn_) NNNN F-1n   "Cafe" Hotel Sacramento Sacramento, Cal.
                       SCAN
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(sn_) NNNN A      Chief "Lone Wolf."
(___) NNNN        Cliff Dwelling near Santa Fe, New Mexico
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(___) NNNN        Congregational Church, Clare Mont, Cal.                   B/W
(sn_) NNNN G-2n   College Theater, Hill at Fifth St, Los Angeles, Cal.      MWOB
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(___) NNNN        Eleventh Street, Tacoma, Washington
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(___) NNNN        First National bank, Ventura, California
(WK_) NNNN E-2bab First St. from Spurgeon St., Santa Ana, Cal.
                    SCAN
(___) NNNN        Flume a waste Way on Pacheco Creek, Hollister, California
(WK_) NNNN K-1    General View of San Gabriel Mission,
                    California, Founded 1771
                    SCAN
(sn_) NNNN F-2z   Glass Bottom Boat at Catalina , used for viewing wonderful
                    Submarine Gardens (EMPRESS)                            MWOB
                 SCAN
(sn_) NNNN   ???  Glass Bottom Power Boat "EMPRESS" Landing on the Beach
                      at Catalina Island
(sn-) NNNN ????   Hotel Hoffman, Long Bech, Cal.                           MWOB
                      pmkd: 1912 Log Beach, Calif.
                      mailedto: Mr. B. B. Browns, Pienlo, Colo.
(___) NNNN C-4a   Great Northern Depot, Spokane, Wash.

(sn_) NNNN H-2i   In Front of T. S. Hawkins Residence, Hollister, Cal.
                      How our Beautiful Gardens look in Wintertime.
(sn_) NNNN G-2z   Indian Room, Casa Verdugo, Inc. New Location-Out Glendale Way.
(sn_) NNNN K-1    Interior, San Gabriel Mission, California, Founfrf 1771
(___) NNNN        Irrigatioan Scene near, Lemoore, California
(DF_) NNNN C-2b   Lewis & Clark Memorial Building, Portland, Ore,           B/W
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(sn_) NNNN H-2d   Little Tails from The HOTEL POTTER SANATA BARBARA,
                       CALIFORNIA.                                         MWOB
(sn_) NNNN G-2z   Los Angeles Trust and Savings Bank.
                       pmkd: 1912 Los Angles, Cal.,
                       mailedto: Miss Babe Philp, Del Monte, Cal.
(___) NNNN
(___) NNNN        Main Street Looking South, Helena, Montana
(___) NNNN        Main Street, Visalia, California
(sn_) NNNN        Manito Park, Largest and Most Beautiful in Spokane, Wash
(___) NNNN        Mt. Topa-Toja, Santa Paula, California
(___) NNNN
(sn_) NNNN V-1z   Nuestra Senora de La Soledad, California, 1791            SEP
                     SCAN
(___) NNNN E-2c   Notre Dame Villa, Saratoga, Cal.
                     SCAN
(sn_) NNNN G-1z   Occidental Hotel Pam Court  (red ltrs in banner)
(sn_) NNNN G-2z   Old Mission, San Luis Obispo, Founded 1772.
(sn_) NNNN G-2z   Pacific Nav. Co. S. S. Yale operatong bewteen San Francisco
                     and Los Angeles, fastest Passenger Steamer
                     on the Pacific Coast.
(sn_  NNNN T-1n   Panorama of San Rafael, Marin Co., California.
(___) NNNN        Pierpont Cottages, Ojai Valley, California
(sn_) NNNN T-1n   Portion of ITALIAN-SWISS CONLON'S 1,750 Acre Vineyard
                     at ASTI, Sonoma County, California. The Largest
                     dry wine grape vineyard in the Unites States.          SEP
(sn_) NNNN ????   Riverside Hotel, Santa Cruz, Cal.
(sn_) NNNN V-1z   River View Gove, California                               SEP
(sn_) NNNN G-2z   Rudder's Cafe Union Main Entrance Union Bldg. D and Third
                     Sts San Diego, Cal. MWOB
(sn_) NNNN G-1z   Reception Lobby, Broadway emtance,Hotel Lankershim,
                     Los Angles, Cal.
(sn_) NNNN U-2b   Sante Fe Depot, Stockton, Cal.
                     pmkd: 19?? Ple???, Cal.
                     mailedto: Miss. Mah Galleuder Portland, Oregon
                     publ. excl. for Harold J. Gage--MW
(sn_) NNNN R-2c   Security Safe Deposit Vaults Secuity Building,
                      Los Angeles, California.
(sn_) NNNN P-2b   Security Building, Los Angeles, California
                      Groumd floor and basement occupied by Security
                      Savings Bank and Security Safe Deposit Vaults
(sn_) NNNN T      St. James Hotel and St. James Park, North First St.
                      San Jose, Cal.
(WK ) NNNN K-1    The Bells of San Gabriel Mission, California.
                  SCAN
(sn_) NNNN G-2z   The Ball Room, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, California
(___) NNNN        The Half Moom, Tacoma, Washington
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(___) NNNN        The Peppers, Pierpont Cottages, Ojai Valley, California
(sn_) NNNN H-2d   The HOTEL POTTER, SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA. The Squab Ranch
                      for supplying the Potter table exclusively with choice
                      milk-fed Squabs. Has 60,000 Pigeons Another reason
                      for a good table.
(sn_) NNNN H-2d   The HOTEL POTTER, SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA. Has thousands of
                      Beautiful white yellowlegged chickens on it own private
                      Ranch--MW
(sn_) NNNN U-2b   "The Stockton", Stockton, Cal.
                  publ. excl. for Harold J. Gage--MW
(sn_) NNNN H-2d   There are 175 fine blooded cows on the Ranch for Supplying
                      THE HOTEL POTTER table with milk, cream, butter and cheese
                      SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA.
(___) NNNN        Threshing Barley on Patterson Ranch near Oxnard, California
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(___) NNNN        Tulare County Court House, Visalia, California
(___) NNNN        Tulare County Court House, Visalia, California (diff. View)
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(___) NNNN        Typical Oregon Residence (multiple)
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(___) NNNN        U. S. Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico
(sn_) NNNN E-2bap University Ave, Los Gatos, Cal.
                  SCAN
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(___) NNNN        Valencia Orange Orchard, Linsay, Cal.
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(___) NNNN        Verinda Faily Cottages, Nordhoff, Ojai Valley, California
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(___) NNNN        View of Knowles Quarry, Madera County, California
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(sn_) NNNN F-2z   View of Strand, Long Beach, Cal.                         MWOB
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