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A collection of some of the most interesting Washington, DC-related postcards from my collection.

Washington National Airport - Washington, DC

Washington National Airport, Gravelly Point, Washington, D.C.

Washington National Airport, Gravelly Point, Washington, D.C.

Caption on reverse reads:

Washington National Airport, Gravelly Point, Washington, D.C., This is an excellent view of the beautiful edifice of the Washington National Airport. This flying-field at the Nation's Capitol is one of the busiest in the country where planes arrive and depart at frequent intervals during the day and night.

This airport has been renamed to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Tags: Airports, Washington, DC, Aviation

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The Spirit of St. Louis - 1934

The Spirit of St. Louis

The Spirit of St. Louis, U.S. National Museum, Smithsonian Institution

No caption on reverse

Tags: Aircraft, Aviation

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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.