The Post has always had a certain charm.
In the 1970s, when the Post’s editor and publisher, Fredric Jameson, was at the helm, he had his employees “bring in old post cards and old newspapers, and they would sit in a little cubicle, and sometimes the paper would sit for two hours.”
Then came the days of the Post.
It was the Post, it was the Times, it had a Post card reader.
Today, the Post has become a place of nostalgia for some, but for others it has become an obsession.
For the Post card collector, its been a way of showing off the glory days of its era, its as if every post card is a unique snapshot of the past.
In this article, we take a closer look at what it is like to own one of those old Post cards and tell you why you should not.