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Roadside Americana Postcards

August 13th, 2006 · 1 Comment

Pomona, California McDonald's Restaurant Postcard

Here’s a classic roadside Americana postcard recently snapped up by a savvy buyer. The “Golden Age” of roadside Americana vintage postcards was from the late 1930s through the 1950s, encompassing both linen postcards and early chrome postcards. Cafés, diners, motels, tourist courts, gas stations and automobile dealership views are some of the most popular roadside postcard collectibles. Roadside enthusiasts also often collect by roadways, Route 66, Route 40 and the Lincoln Highway (Route 30) being some of the more collectible highways.

This McDonald’s advertising postcard from Pomona, California is somewhat scarce for the company, and offered a free hamburger and a helping of their signature French fries to the card’s lucky recipient. Learn more about roadside postcards on our reference page, and enjoy browsing our roadside postcards.

Learn how to date linen Curteich postcards, which often depict roadside America topics such as gas stations, diners, cafes and motels.

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  • 1 Bob McGhee // May 25, 2010 at 4:39 am

    This McDonald’s is located at 1067 E. Mission Bl in Pomona, but is now AMA Donuts. The building is still recognizable as a McDonald’s, but the golden arches have been removed.

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