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Newsletter September 2014
Postcards first appeared in the middle of the 1800's and had their first general use in France during the Franco-Prussian War. The golden age of postcards in France was from 1900 to 1920.

September 3rd, 1909
Postcard of a woman with flowers dated September 3rd, 1909.

September 2nd, 1919
Carnoy in the Somme department from a postcard dated September 2nd, 1919.

French School Holidays
Here is the French public school vacation calendar for the 2014/2015 school year. The school year runs from September 1st to July 4th. Most students start on September 2nd.

Traffic in France September 2014
After all the summer traffic congestion, September is a welcomed month. As school vacation ends the last week in August, September is all green in terms of traffic.

September 1st, 1910
Verdun-sur-le-Doubs in Burgundy from a postcard postmarked September 1st, 1910. Postcard is of flooding on January 23rd and 24th 1910.

September 1st, 1908
ardin du Luxembourg in Paris from a postcard postmarked September 1st, 1908.

Then and Now
Set of eleven then and now photos of Annecy.


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