P. O. BOX 8 GREETING CARDS
P.O. Box 8 seems like a rather dumb name for a publisher, but that's what is on all these cards. P.O. Box 8 actually has two other names for their cards. Helmlinger (who I think actually started the company), and Ohio Post Card. Anyway someone really had a brilliant idea by reusing the images of their own post cards and by adding flowers they had a whole new line of greeting cards. They obviously have two distinct sets of this type, and as you can see the same flowers are used for different images so these cards can be confusing. I have no idea how many there are in either series.
MORGAN STATIONARY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Morgan had the same idea only they went with holiday cards.
GREETINGS FROM CINCINNATI CARDS
These cards are another example of Generic cards. They could be stamped with any city they wanted since the views on them were generic.
E. C. KROPP PRIVATE MAILING CARDS
#109 #111 #112 #114
#115 #116 #117 #118
I am obviously missing at least two cards, but I have no idea how far the numbers go on either side.
U. S. SOUVENIR POSTAL CARD CO. UNDIVIDED BACK
I believe that this may be the complete set.
POSTCARDS ON ENVELOPES
These postcard images have been placed on regular envelopes, you put the stamp and address on the flap side. These were published by Tom Jones. No idea how many were published. I could have placed these on the Novelty Page also because they sure are something different.
WEBB SOUVENIR POSTAL SERIES
501 503 The Cincinnati Mfg. Co. Ad 505
These cards were put out by the Webb-Biddle Stationary Company at 306 Walnut Street. No clue as to how many there are.
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