Postcards are a window into the development and history of a community.  They have been used since their inception as a means to record history, celebrate unique features, record significant events and just to communicate. This group of historical postcards dates from the early 1900’s.

This Hand-Colored postcard shows the famous carving known as Squaw Rock made by Henry Church (1836-1908)

East Washington Street

Corner of Washington and Main–Blue Tinted Postcard

Main Street Looking North

The high falls in Chagrin