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Jamestown Postcards and Brochure

Identifier: SC 01598

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Scope and Contents

13 postcards and one brochure featuring the Jamestown settlement. Postcards show native americans dressed in traditional attire re-enacting in and around the settlement, the statue of Pocahontas, Pocahontas and John Smith as they were presented to the King of England in 1616, glass blowing at the settlement, the church ruins, and illustrations depicting encounters between the settlers and the Powhatan natives. The brochure is from an unidentified date, but features visitors indicating that it was made circa 1960's. It is an advertisement featuring the highlights of the Jamestown site.


  • Creation: 1901- circa 1970's

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Guide to the Jamestown Postcards and Brochure
Christina R. Luers, CA
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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository