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Mark your calendars for Annual D.C. Antique Photo, Postcard & Civil War Shows on Sunday, March 10th, 2024

In 2013 the annual spring D.C. Antique Photo Show expanded to include both a second sales room devoted to postcard exhibitors and also exhibitor utilization of a third adjoining room.

The combined annual D.C. Antique Photo, Postcard & Civil War Shows will be held at the Washington Dulles Airport Marriott in Dulles VA.

THREE GREAT SHOWS ONE ADMISSION! ONLY $7

Admission for students with IDs is FREE.

  • Postcard Room: 8:30am - 4pm
  • Civil War Room: 8:30am - 4pm
  • Photo Room: 10am - 4pm

General admission and early bird admission to the main photo room is $25.00.

General admission is $7.00 from 8:30 to 4:00 for Civil War and Postcard Show and from 10:00 to 4:00 for the main photo room.


Below is a CDV from
my collection for your enjoyment. It is signed by Oatman on the back.

Olive Oatman (1838-1903) was abducted while traveling to California with her family in 1851. Yavapai Indians attacked them and five of the family were killed. The only survivors were Lorenzo, Olive, and Mary Ann Oatman. Lorenzo was left for dead, but recovered and reached Casas Grandes. The Yavapai Indians traded the sisters to the Mojave, where they were adopted by a chief. In 1856 the army found out about Olive and traded for her, but Mary Ann had died earlier of disease. Soon after her return, a pastor named Royal B. Stratton wrote a best-selling biography about Oatman titled Life Among the Indians, and donated the royalties to fund her education at the University of the Pacific, where she was one of the first female students.

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