This set of four Peterboro Basket Company Historic Greeting Cards comes with four matching envelopes. The images are from the Peterboro Basket Co.’s archive and feature photographs from the late 19th and early 20th century.
The following cards are included:
- H. B. Needham with horse delivery of baskets to Freight Office on Elm Street.
- “The world’s largest basket” awaits Peterborough”s fourth of July parade in 1921.
- An employee of the basket company along with fellow weavers prepares for next step to finish the 46 steps needed to complete the process.
- An employee of the basket company leans on a stack of unfinished market baskets used for leaf gathering and for holding fabric in textile factories.
The black-and-white images are printed on antique beige color paper stock. The back includes the Peterboro Basket Company logo and a description of the front image. The inside is blank to allow for your personal message. The cards are 5½" X 4¼" when folded. The envelopes are 5¾" X 4⅜".
Peterboro Basket Company is the only manufacturer of these greeting card designs. The cards is printed in the USA on American-made paper.