Real photo postcards of small children are fun to collect, and generally, are not rare. However, when looking though them, the majority appear absent of identification as to location or a family name. Many are found in family photo albums, or in a postcard collectors’ stock. Real photo postcards are interesting, vary in place of origin, condition, and the collector might end up asking those questions, “where, who and when.” If there isn’t any message, postmark or hint of a name or year, the collector might just have to enjoy the picture, and imagine the time and place. I think most of the outdoor photos were takin by family members, or perhaps a friend or neighbor. The photos that appear to have been taken inside of a building, it is difficult to be sure if it is inside the home, or perhaps the photographer’s place of business. The first three photos I have enclosed, three of my favorites were all taken outside.