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Image Mark Johnstone to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Mark Johnstone published Jan 24, 1982 last modified May 31, 2013 02:22 PM — filed under: , , , ,
Zion was nice. Salmon is my-t-fine. Dam [sic], I sure needed the break. Snow, cold weather & lotsa cross-country skiing. Couldn't be better (except to stay for a while) Mark
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Image Jim Stone to Kenda North
by Jim Stone published Jun 08, 1978 last modified Apr 12, 2013 04:45 PM — filed under: , , ,
Dear Kenda—Your card arrive from Nippon & made me jealous. Hope the trip was as fine as it should have been. Sounds like things is jumpin' in B. this summer—home I can visit. Your chapter looks mighty fine—and some foxy lady parts in the pix! I'll call when we need the frontispiece. Best to E&M [Ellen Manchester and Mark Klett]. Stone
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Image Ellen Manchester to Kenda North
by Ellen Manchester published Jul 10, 1978 last modified Apr 12, 2013 04:43 PM — filed under: , ,
livin' the high life—valet service, dinner & lunch at the Duchin room—lots of brilliant people from Rolling Stone, American Heritage, etc. Film makers, poets, historians all talking about the "Real West"? Sun Valley looking good—energy at a high level. Ideal Reality!
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published May 23, 1978 last modified Apr 12, 2013 04:36 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
NOTE [lizard] Dear B&M—Been going to mts. lately to see all the spring beauties coming up, but still much snow high up. Saw Ellen M. [Manchester] at restaurant w/ Breckenr. [Breckenridge] friends working on 20x24 Polaroid prints of Colo. mts. like old surveys. She looks good, but I haven't seen the pix yet. Want to, of course. Have had out-of-town friends & went to local roller coasters—try yours in S.D. [San Diego]! As ever—Paul
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published Jun 05, 1975 last modified Mar 28, 2013 01:49 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear Bonnie—Hope your trip was at least a little eventful to spice things up. Got motivated to work more on quilt so maybe it'll be done when U retn. Will probably resort 2 use Ellen's [Manchester] machine as I've some ideas w/ curvy lines. Hope 2 get Ellen out 4 a hike soon as I get out of work this wk. Let me know what's going on. As ever—Paul
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert and Ellen Manchester
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published Jul 17, 1975 last modified Mar 28, 2013 01:49 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear friends—got out of here to NYC on a whim—happened very quick but here I am for a few weeks—w/ a job even! Not too exciting one—repairing & painting crates & wardrobe trunks at N. Y. St. Theater, but pay is good at $6.85/hr. I wondered if you two could recommend anything that I mustn't miss here in Big Apple. So far I only plan 2 C Coney Island (want to do foto expose of house of horrors w/ flash showing mechanism of the giant tarantulas, etc.) and Jap [Japanese] movies & LIGHT [Gallery]. Any good p.c. places? As ever—Paul—c/o Price [street address redacted]
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert and Ellen Manchester
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published Jul 25, 1975 last modified Mar 28, 2013 01:49 PM — filed under: , ,
Dear friends—Sometimes hard to make up my mind whether 2 go out or stay in & watch TV—good movies! Like "Latin Lovers" etc. Outside all you do is stand in lines which isn't all bad when looking at people's shoes. Been "snapping" a few of those wedgies, platforms, white corofam [corfam] loafers, Chinese zorries, engineer boots, etc. & a whole roll at St. of Lib. [Statue of Liberty] yesterday. We can have a slide show when I get back. Paul
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published May 04, 1976 last modified Mar 28, 2013 01:49 PM — filed under: , ,
—LONGHAIRS! Dear Bonnie—Thanx 4 1-derful p. kards—hope U like this 1—latest singin' sensation from swinging Carnaby St. Sorry we couldn't make it to Ellen's [Manchester] the other nite but would still B up 2 a LO LIFE NITE & have found several new exciting Bars about town. Let me know you address or give me a ring on tele.—XO Paul
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published Jul 27, 1979 last modified Mar 27, 2013 11:02 AM — filed under: , , , , ,
Dear B&M—Howdy doody to you. Been up in Breckenridge a lot lately taking color workshop w/ John Divola. I guess he knows Mark J. [Johnstone] & stayed w/ him in C. Spgs. Printed some nice cacti pix & find it most enjoyable! Go to Arkansas (Ozarks) next week & hope to dip in hot spgs & maybe photo old resort areas—some deco some Victorian. Will send you p.c.'s. Made a real good cherry pie from own backyard harvest. What area L.A. R U in? XO P.
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Image Paul Briggs to Bonnie Lambert and Marshall Mayer
by Paul Briggs (deceased) published Aug 07, 1978 last modified Mar 27, 2013 10:57 AM — filed under: , , ,
"HIGH DRAMA" Dear Bonnie & Marshall—I would like to see info on stereo camera making. Please send. Cheyenne was fun (w/ 18 people—a lot). Ellen [Manchester], Denver crowd & others, went dancing at Mayflower Hotel—pancake breakfast you would have enjoyed—parade, etc. Fortunately, I went camping for a few days afterward in Medicine Bow Mts & went to hot springs (unfortunately not nude) in Saratoga. xo P.
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This whole experience (of reviewing old postcards) is a combination of nostalgia and nausea. Mark Johnstone

Thanks for doing all this; I do have many more cards... Kenda North

This is a really swell idea. Thomas F. Barrow

I'm amazed at the traction your project is getting—it inspires my participation. Dave Freund

This is SOOOO good....I love it.....totally. Lance Carlson

Love this project, will need to do some serious and strategic excavations to find pc's... Ellen Manchester

Very cool to see this. It takes me back! Mark Klett

Good luck with your wonderful project. Sandy Hume

That is a phenomenal website. Thanks! Alan Nakagawa

Ok, my plans for the day are shot! I have to look through some old boxes in the basement. This is outstanding! Sue Robinson

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