By Andrew Pehanick
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The golden age of postcards, which came about among 1900 and 1940, was once additionally the golden age of Bridgeport. neighborhood and nationwide publishers published scenes of the city�s attractive and well known parks, very good mansions, palatial theaters, and sprawling factories, in addition to its busy streets and designated structure.
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Bridgeport (Postcard History) by Andrew Pehanick