In the early 1920s, postcards were a popular way of communicating. They were quick, cheap — and the fronts told stories of where the writers happened to be.
Even if artists sometimes took liberties with their scenes.
Seth Schachter collects old Westport postcards. This one intrigued him, because the vista is so hard to determine.
Is this an actual Westport vista? If so, from where? What are those buildings, on the left and in the distance?
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