Historical postcard with stylized text that reads “Greetings from the Michigan Copper Country” The design features various scenes within the block letters of “Copper” and is on an orange and light blue background with a large chunk of copper hanging from a chain.
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Greetings from Copper Country Magnet

Regular price $5.00

The "Greetings from" postcard format was popularized in the United States by German-born printer Curt Teich. His company, operating out of Chicago, introduced these colorful "linen" postcards in 1931, and they remained popular tourist items through the 1950s and beyond. Whether showcasing a famous national landmark or the smallest of towns, "Greetings from" postcards made any place into an exciting and attractive destination.

This 2" x 3" rectangle magnet features "Greetings from the Copper Country, Michigan," a historical postcard from the collections at the Archives of Michigan.

All magnets are printed and assembled at the Michigan History Center in Lansing, Michigan.

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