I’ve found three more William Terzian postcards; can’t believe my good fortune. Exterior and interior of the Helen Hughes Chapel…
… and a Terzian of Silas Paine’s stone tower, below, the first I’ve ever seen. As most of Terzian’s postcards were made, as real photo postcards, rather than printed and published, they’re fairly rare.
Since no one is volunteering… the EMPs who serve as lifeguards also have the unenviable morning task of patrolling the lawn and beach for goose poop, using small buckets and plastic shovels, and sparing the bathers a nasty green stain on their towels or an unexpected slip in their flip-flops. But until now, I had no idea there was a patch for it.
I recently found eight more postcards by William Terzian (1912-1987), many views that I haven’t seen before, like the one above of Sunnyside Cottage. I love the purity of his black & white photography, and the neatness of his handwriting. These are all real photo postcards, each one an individual print.
I think this may be my favorite Terzian Silver Bay postcard ever.