January 2000 Charles Harrington, Thursday May 21, 1914
April 2000 C. P. Michael photographer, Norfolk
May 2000 Yakima, Washington
July 2000 Wm. Dunlops shop, Condon, Oregon
August 2000 Carthage, Ill.
November 2000 Knut Wick, Park River, N. D.
December 2000 Wm. Dunlop, Condon, Oregon
January 2001 Coleman, Texas
April 2001 Lindsay blacksmith shop 1921
May 2001 R. T. Crane Manual Training High School, Chicago, Ill.
July 2001 Mr. (?) Denont (?), 96 Manitoba St. East, Moose Jaw, Sask.
August 2001 Palouse, Washington
September 2001 Blacksmiths & Helpers Labor Day march, Desoto, Mo. Sept. 3, 1906, A.S. Hinchey photo
October 2001 Known as Uncle John Nugent, my mothers Grandpa Nugent. My great grandfather known as Uncle John. My brother Harry and I watching him make horseshoes. Our ages then were Harry was 8 years old and I was 6 years old. Taken in June of 1912.
November 2001 Blacksmith Shop, C. H. Clemons Camp No. 4, Melbourne, Wash., H. G. Nelson photo 06.
January 2002 Kit Carsons Buffalo Ranch, Wild West
February 2002 Little Elise Frances Howe, Mr. And Mrs. Frances Nye, Complements of Mr. And Mrs. Geo. Howe, Feb. 1900
August 2002 Zumhof and McCarter, blacksmithing and wagon making, Moscow, Idaho
September 2002 S. A. U. M. 1913, St. Paul, Minn.
November 2002 blacksmith shop in Balt. Md., July 10, 1912, brother Bill on left, 23 years old
December 2002 B. F. Mathews blacksmith shop, Roseberg, Oregon, 1911
January 2003 Mack Roberts
March 2003 Jens Pederson, Deer Lodge, Montana, next to Chriehtor (?) Hdwr.
June 2003 Gertrude Kelly
August 2003 (mailed from Cumby, TX 1912)
September 2003 Boston Public Schools, Mechanic Arts High School, Forging Room
October 2003 608 Thayer
December 2003 (Bemiji, Minn. on sign on wall)
March 2004 Mas. Engr. Jr Gr. Gardner A. Taylor, HQ Det 4th Engrs 4th Div 1917-19, 62 Yr old blacksmith Winner, S.D. lifts 155 LB anvil with his ears, in Ripleys Believe It Or Not 3-10-44, Rosebud Photo Co, Winner, S.D.
May 2004 Uncle Tom Sheridan and Clayton OLeary, This shops on corner north of Fannings Lumber Yard
June 2004 (mailed from Newton, Iowa in 1912)
July 2004 Blacksmith shop at Fowler, Colo., P. M. Risor and L. G. Williams
September 2004 Atelier Gelsenkirchen, Neustrasse 25, Fernruf 3525
November 2004 (mailed from Washington state)
December 2004 West Alameda Inspection and Repair Shops, Blacksmith Shop, June 30, 1911
January 2005 Addirau Devare, B. H. W. Cochrautau
October 2005 Uncle Charlie Sheffer, Dillsburg, Penn.
January 2006 Pferde Hufschmiede
March 2006 the blacksmiths 260 COY. M. TASC. (Vulcan Iron Works on anvil, Scotland Forever on anvil base)
May 2006 Kriegskarte No. 14, Feldschmiede
June 2006 Shoeing Smiths, 16th Battery, France
July 2006 Fabrique en Angleterre
August 2006 (mailed in 1910, see writing on tool box)
September 2006 Kursteilnehmer (dated 1912, see additional writing on sign in picture)
October 2006 (mailed in 1915 from Spandau)
November 2006 19-12-26 Souvenir des Sans chagrins (see additional writing on sign in picture)
December 2006 Detachement Darlon 1911 (mailed 1911 from Antwerpen Anvers)
January 2007 Cover, Turn of the Century Shop, 3 blacksmiths, 2 machinists
February 2007 Turn of the Century Shop, blacksmiths with Perfect Power Hammer
March 2007 - Five blacksmiths, Lorain Coal and Dock Co.
April 2007 - Farriers, old Fairbanks scale
May 2007 - Industrial works with small steam hammer
June 2007 - Blacksmith shop with line shafting
July 2007 - "C Franz - Son" horse drawn blacksmiths float for parade.
August 2007 - 1917 boys of the metal working class
September 2007 - Manual training school graduating class of smiths
October 2007 - Farriers and Forges
November 2007 - Smiths with J.D. Foot and Power Hammer Combined. Patent 1903
December 2007 Smiths at hand crank forge, farrier and wheelwright shop
2007 Extra 1 - Model, female with European anvil (postcard)
2007 Extra 2 - Man posed flattening toe of shoe on anvil.
2007 Extra 3 - Alegorical, Venus forging arrows for cupid.
2007 Extra 4 - Cartoon character, forged and chained hearts.
Nothing available for the months not listed.
Postcard showing two men shoeing horse among trees near Spokane, Washington
Postcard showing two men and two anvils near each other 1908 Jenningston, WV (?)
Postcard showing man in white T-shirt behind Hay-Budden anvil with 4-legged forge on left 12th Cav. Ft. Riley, Kansas 1914
Postcard showing two men hammering on double horn anvil with clip horn and upset block on stump with iron band around the top Hitler Youth
Postcard marked on front with Forging Class, The Berry School, Mt. Berry, GA.
Postcard marked on front with Arts et Metiers Erquelinnes
Postcard showing a man using a pritchel St. Mawgan
Postcard showing a man working out of the back of an old van Black & Mefford Horseshoers, Los Angeles
Postcard showing man standing at anvil beside calking vise and empty light sockets hanging from the ceiling L. A. Jorgenson, Lincoln, Nebr., C. A. 1919, Claim to Fame: Shoed 56 horses in a single day.
Nothing Available for the other postcards.