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FORMOSA / Taivāna / Taivanas / TAIWÁN / T'AI-WAN / Tajvan /
Tajwan / Tayvan / Taywan / Tchaj-wan / Թայվան / Тайвань
Тайван / 台灣 / ტაივანის / Ταϊβάν / ताइवान / 台湾 / 대만 / Тајван
"A Chinese operatic Princess / in Taiwan, Formosa." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 in the United States. $1.75 tm ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"Atayal maidens play a / pestle tune on Formosa" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1961 in the United States. $2.00
"FORMOSA CRISIS / THREATENS MILLIONS / IN KOREA!!" US 2-c postal card sent FEB 14 1955 from Seattle, printed appeal for funding to enable 500,000 religious booklets to be sent to Korea by The Life Messengers, corner crease & a little cancel ink on front. At the time an invasion by Communist Chinese was thought imminent by some. $5.00 ktrhwc
"Mayor of Taipei at ceremony of opening of toll-bridge at / Taipei. Sun-yat Sen's picture behind him..." 5"x7" black & white photo from Taiwan To-day, no postcard back. $4.00 -t
"Presidential Mansion, the largest building in Taipei / fronted by broad, tree lined avenues / Color photo by James C. Wu." including cyclists & a pedicab, post card mailed in Tokyo to Florida, mild corner & edge wear. $1.00 t ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"SEA-LAND PATRIOT / WILMINGTON DEL." approximately 3.5"x5" color photo with our caption taken from the clearly legible stern, showing the contained ship fully loaded with 2 tugs nearby the dock, good focus & contrast. Back annotation: 'June 1991 / Kaohsiung, Taiwan / Taken From / S.S. Sealand Reliance /. E. L. Parker, Master'. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 ts(o)d
"S. S. PRESIDENT HOOVER
S. S. PRESIDENT COOLIDGE" unused post card showing the ship underway, Dollar
Steamship Lines logo on lightly toned back, trivial edge wear. Both ships
were ill-fated. The President Coolidge was a luxury cruise liner that became
a military ship during World War II; it sank with loss of 2 lives off
Vanuatu while it was serving as a troopship. The President Hoover was
mistakenly bombed by Nationalist Chinese on 30 August 1937, with one life
lost. After repairs, she ran hard aground off Formosan Samasana Island (now
Green Island) on 11 December 37, becoming a total loss.
"ss 'Resolute' / Welcome to Taihoku" violet cachet on a viewcard showing a temple in the city now called Taipei. After WWII this was one of the largest passenger ships afloat. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 s(o)t
"Taipei, Formosa" 2 home-made (and, hence, unique) postcards showing a panoramic scene including porters near the Presidential Office Building. Left mailed 1964 from Fair Haven Michigan; the right mailed 1964 from La Salle Michigan. Each has 2 small corner creases. Both for $3.25 t ILLUSTRATIONS ADDED RECENTLY
"Taiwan" depicting a large statue of Buddha & many people nearby. well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1966 in the United States. $1.50 rt
"Terraced rice paddies / on Formosa" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 in the United States. $1.50
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