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The images on TuckDB Ephemera and TuckDB Postcards are of items / postcards created before 1928 putting them in the public domain. You are free to use them as you see fit. We request that you attribute your use of images on TuckDB but it is not required by law.
The data or information about each card on TuckDB Ephemera and TuckDB Postcards is licensed under cc by-sa and it is required that you attribute your use back to TuckDB (link to the item).
In general anything printed on an item is in CAPITAL LETTERS. Comments and other information use lower case (small letters). At first we adhered rigidly to this convention and found it to be very satisfactory and almost essential if we were to produce a useful listing. The shock value of, say new york instead of New York or jesus instead of Jesus was a useful reminder that the words are not on the card. However the weight of convention has forced capitalization of the first letter of places, names, other proper nouns and also of initials.