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Mammoth Oregon Apples

Mammoth Oregon Apples
A tall-tale postcard created by M. L. Oakes in 1907. For other postcards by Oakes, see Washington Pear and Peach Orchard and The Way They Dig Potatoes in Idaho (below).

Postmark on the other side of the card: April 5, 1910, Portland, Ore. Sta. E (railway post office, RPO).

Addressed to C. M. Bierly, Dents Run, Elk Co., Penna.

Message: "Howdy? Dan."

Washington Pear and Peach Orchard
The Way They Dig Potatoes in Idaho

* Ren.Art *, Smiley Derleth have particularly liked this photo


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 Smiley Derleth
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The Mammoth Oregon Apples is probably the prettiest Tall Tale postcard I've ever seen.
2 years ago.

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