City Reliquary, repository of civic pride, presents an array of vintage postcards from the collection of enthusiast Lon Black. The correspondence all dates to the “Undivided Back Era,” the time before 1907 when the U.S. Postal Service refused to deliver postcards that had anything besides the address on one side. The resulting snapshots of New York feature notes, messages and jottings overlaying the images themselves. Opening Fri 15 6–9pm.
"Greetings from the City of New York"
Photograph: Courtesy the Collection of Lon Black
Photograph: Courtesy the Collection of Lon Black Flatiron
Photograph: Courtesy the Collection of Lon Black Brooklyn Bridge
|Venue name:||City Reliquary Museum||Contact:|
370 Metropolitan Ave
|Cross street:||at Havemeyer St|
|Opening hours:||Thu–Sun noon–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Lorimer St, G to Metropolitan Ave|
|Price:||suggested donation $5|