Postcards from the Past

Bathers enjoy a dip in the Susquehanna

People haven’t changed much through the ages. We still enjoy a cool dip on a hot day. We also like to share our adventures with others. Today we rely on cell phones, email, Twitter and Facebook to keep in contact with friends and family. In the early 1900s, messages were sent on postcards. This one shows a group enjoying a dip in the Susquehanna River at the then resort town of Pequea. Join us on August 25 at the Holtwood Environmental Center from 7-8 p.m. to explore Pequea life in the early 1900s through stories and postcards of the period.

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