Item ID:352998483419
Seller ID: tohncoverman
Listing Type: Auction
List Date: 03/10/2020
End Date: 03/17/2020
Category: Postal History
Location: Oceanside, New York
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1893 stanford university ca football postal card +reply ! portland or postcard !


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1893 EX CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION FOR THE RECEPTION OF STANFORD UNIVERSITY FOOT BALL PLAYERS, MEETING AT COURT HOUSE, BANNER PRESENTED TO STANFORD TEAM ON STAGE OF MARQUAM THEATER DURING PERFORMANCE ON NEW YEARS NIGHT, PLEASE FILL OUT AND RETURN POSTCARD, ETC. - POSTMARKED PORTLAND OREGON 1893, SENT LOCALLY, REPLY NEVER USED & INTACT, -------- SEE PHOTOS !!! NO RESERVE, SHIPPING AND HANDLING IS $2.00 IN USA, OR $4.00 FOREIGN. I COMBINE SHIPPING COSTS ON MULTIPLE ITEM TO SAVE YOU MONEY. CHECK MY VERY HIGH FEEDBACK !!!!! --- The stage designs for the original production at the Paris Opera were created by Auguste Alfred Rubé and Philippe Chaperon for Act 1 (Council Scene) and Act 2 (Dungeon Scene); Charles-Antoine Cambon and Joseph Thierry for Act 3 (Sea Scene and Shipwreck) and Act 4 (Hindu Temple); Jean-Baptiste Lavastre for scene 1 of Act 5 (Queen's Garden, not shown); and Edouard Desplechin for scene 2 of Act 5 (The Manchineel Tree). Engravings depicting the amazing sets appeared in periodicals throughout Europe. The final scene designed by Desplechin received special praise for its originality. Possibly because of advance publicity and high expectations, the Shipwreck Scene of act 3, executed by numerous stagehands, was deemed by the press to be somewhat disappointing. However, Arthur Pougin writing in 1885 identified the scene as the epitome of the company's grand opera mise en scèneRives married Sadie MacMurdo, with whom he had three children: Amelia, who became a well-known author and wife of Prince Trubetskoy; Gertrude, the wife of Allen Potts, Esq.; and Miss Landon RivesFrench spent his final years in a minor clerk position in the U.S. Treasury Department until two months before his death on August 12, 1870.The site of her former home (demolished in 1904) is a stop on the Boston Women's Heritage Trail.[13]Over two years after her death Arch Communications Corp., won a construction permit for Hartford's channel 61 in September 1983; James Grasso was minority partner in Arch Communications. Arch Communications Corp. planned to memorialize Grasso by using the call letters "WETG" for channel 61, as Grasso's initials were ETG, however, Channel 61 came on the air September 17, 1984 as WTIC-TV, and was dedicated in Grasso's honor.After the Civil War ended in 1865, Gist took an oath of allegiance in Greenville, South Carolina, and received a pardon from President Andrew Johnson. He returned to Rose Hill Plantation, which had survived the Civil War and Sherman's March to the Sea because the Broad River was in flood stages and the Union troops could not get through. Gist remained at Rose Hill and rented out the land to sharecroppers. He developed appendicitis and died on September 30, 1874. Gist is buried in the family plot near the mansion., soldier, and South Carolina state legislator. Dunovant was a native of Chester County, S.C. and a longtime resident of Edgefield County, S.C.Vaux died on March 22, 1895 in Philadelphia, where he is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery.1976, Frost married Valerie H. Hall in Dallas. They divorced in 1998. Later that year he married Kathryn Frost, a major general in the United States Army. She died in 2006, and in 2008, Frost married Jo Ellen Ronson.The company's fortunes improved in 1845 when Great Britain entered service.[4] However, in September 1846 Great Britain ran ashore because of a navigational error and was not expected to survive the winter. The directors suspended all sailings of Great Western and went out of business.[3] Great Western had completed 45 crossings for her owners in eight years.[5] In 1847 she was sold to the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company and used on the West Indies run.[4] In November 1851 she ran aground at Liverpool at the end of a voyage from New York, United States and was damaged.[9] She was refloated on 23 November and was found to have damaged her keelson.[10] Later, after serving as a troopship in the Crimean War, in 1856 she was broken up at Castles' Yard, Millbank on the ThamesJump u^ --- SEE PHOTOS !!! NO RESERVE, SHIPPING AND HANDLING IS $2.00 IN USA, OR $4.00 FOREIGN. I COMBINE SHIPPING COSTS ON MULTIPLE ITEM TO SAVE YOU MONEY. CHECK MY VERY HIGH FEEDBACK !!!!! --- ALL LOTS TO CHINA MUST BE REGISTERED AT BUYERS COST, ALL LOTS WITH TOTAL OVER $60.00 MUST BE REGISTERED AT BUYERS COST. ---- Rives married Sadie MacMurdo, with whom he had three children: Amelia, who became a well-known author and wife of Prince Trubetskoy; Gertrude, the wife of Allen Potts, Esq.; and Miss Landon RivesFrench spent his final years in a minor clerk position in the U.S. Treasury Department until two months before his death on August 12, 1870.The site of her former home (demolished in 1904) is a stop on the Boston Women's Heritage Trail.[13]Over two years after her death Arch Communications Corp., won a construction permit for Hartford's channel 61 in September 1983; James Grasso was minority partner in Arch Communications. Arch Communications Corp. planned to memorialize Grasso by using the call letters "WETG" for channel 61, as Grasso's initials were ETG, however, Channel 61 came on the air September 17, 1984 as WTIC-TV, and was dedicated in Grasso's honor.After the Civil War ended in 1865, Gist took an oath of allegiance in Greenville, South Carolina, and received a pardon from President Andrew Johnson. He returned to Rose Hill Plantation, which had survived the Civil War and Sherman's March to the Sea because the Broad River was in flood stages and the Union troops could not get through. Gist remained at Rose Hill and rented out the land to sharecroppers. He developed appendicitis and died on September 30, 1874. Gist is buried in the family plot near the mansion., soldier, and South Carolina state legislator. Dunovant was a native of Chester County, S.C. and a longtime resident of Edgefield County, S.C.Vaux died on March 22, 1895 in Philadelphia, where he is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery.1976, Frost married Valerie H. Hall in Dallas. They divorced in 1998. Later that year he married Kathryn Frost, a major general in the United States Army. She died in 2006, and in 2008, Frost married Jo Ellen Ronson.The company's fortunes improved in 1845 when Great Britain entered service.[4] However, in September 1846 Great Britain ran ashore because of a navigational error and was not expected to survive the winter. The directors suspended all sailings of Great Western and went out of business.[3] Great Western had completed 45 crossings for her owners in eight years.[5] In 1847 she was sold to the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company and used on the West Indies run.[4] In November 1851 she ran aground at Liverpool at the end of a voyage from New York, United States and was damaged.[9] She was refloated on 23 November and was found to have damaged her keelson.[10] Later, after serving as a troopship in the Crimean War, in 1856 she was broken up at Castles' Yard, Millbank on the ThamesJump u^

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Certification: NA
Quality: Used
Grade: Ungraded
Place of Origin: Great Britain