Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Postcard: European schoolroom from 68 years ago

This black-and-white real photo postcard features an unidentified classroom within (I assume) some German-speaking country.

The information on the back is as follows:

  • Derember [?] 1951 in der schule, written in cursive
  • A purple stamp stating FOTO-TAUREG, Fuldastr. 15, 44079

That's it. There's no other info on the back of the postcard. It was never mailed. It appears that it was once pasted into a scrapbook.

I guess Germany is the most likely location for this classroom scene. But other countries with significant use of the German language include Austria, Liechtenstein, Swizterland and Belgium.

Thoughts, anyone?

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