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A collection of some of the most interesting 1940's-related postcards from my collection.

New Orleans Airport

New Orleans Airport circa 1944, Louisiana

New Orleans Airport, New Orleans, Louisiana, circa 1944

Caption reads:

New Orleans' Airport. America's finest comined land and seaplane base. Erected at a cost of over $4,500,000, is fully equipped and has the A-T-A rating of the Department of Commerce. It is located on an artificial peninsula on Lake Pontchartrain, about six miles northeast of New Orleans. Its four asphalt runways each extend over 3,000 feet in length. It also has a seaplane ramp at the east end of the field.

Tags: Airports, Louisiana, 1940's, Aviation

I will be placing links to my eStore on Playle's website in this space, if you wish to purchase this postcard, so check back frequently. If you are impatient, and want to buy this postcard right now, then email me at postcards@the-hurds.net and we will settle on a reasonable price.

Mac Dill Field Bombers

Mac Dill Field Bombers at Tampa, Florida

Island Target Range for Mac Dill Field Bombers at Tampa, Fla. circa 1945

Caption reads:

This gulf island is used exclusively for target practice by Mac Dill Field bombers. Mac Dill Field is the largest bombardment base in the Southeast.

Tags: 1940's, Aviation, Military, Florida

I will be placing links to my eStore on Playle's website in this space, if you wish to purchase this postcard, so check back frequently. If you are impatient, and want to buy this postcard right now, then email me at postcards@the-hurds.net and we will settle on a reasonable price.

About this Webpage

I have created this webpage as a scrapbook of sorts to showcase some of the more interesting postcards from my postcard collection. Much of my collection is inherited from my grandmother, Mildred E. Berwick Casartello. I have categorized the postcards in various groups, so you will find them on multiple pages. The tags line at the bottom of each postcard entry has links to each category that you will find that entry on.