Old Ridgefield: New Postcards

Using postcards first published a century ago, we have created a series of historical cards that are both affordable and fun to send to friends and relatives, especially those who have lived in or visited Ridgefield. They are printed on glossy postcard stock, and retain the colors that were either hand-painted onto the original cards or were produced by sophisticated German lithographic presses before World War I. A historical description of each scene appears on the message side of the card.

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Cards are sold at

Cost is $1 each.

Cards may be ordered by mail for $1.25 each, which includes postage and packaging.

To order cards, either:

Send a list of titles and quantities, along with a check made out to Jack Sanders, to

Jack Sanders
91 Olmstead Lane
Ridgefield CT 06877

Or make a payment via PayPal to jackfsanders@yahoo.com and email your list of titles, with quantities, to that address.

If you are interested in large quantities, please email for special prices. We can also customize these cards — and hundreds of others in our collection — for special events or uses.

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More cards will be added to this series.

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Email me at:

JackFSanders [at] yahoo [dot] com
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St. Mary Church and Rectory
No. PC1: St. Mary's Church and Rectory, ca. 1910
Main Street looking south
No. PC2: Main Street, Looking South, ca. 1915
Town Hall
No. PC3: Town Hall, ca. 1908
train station
No. PC4: Ridgefield Station, ca. 1905
Cass Gilbert Fountain
No. PC5: Cass Gilbert Fountain, ca. 1920
Grovelawn, Community Center
No. PC6: Grovelawn (the Community Center), ca. 1910
First Congregational
No. PC7: First Congregational Church, ca. 1910
Cannonball House, ca. 1905
No. PC8: Cannonball House (Keeler Tavern), ca. 1905
Main Street, Ridgefield, 1905
No. PC9: Main Street, ca. 1905
The Hermit of Ridgefield
No. PC10: The Hermit of Ridgefield, ca. 1910
West Lane Schoolhouse
No. PC11: West Lane Schoolhouse, ca. 1905
St. Stephen's Church
No. PC12: St. Stephen's Church & Rectory, ca. 1905
No. PC13: Ridgefield Fire Dept. Building, ca. 1910