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Look at my treasures!

Cheryl-Anne Millsap

When Genevieve Hoagland takes out her collection of postcards that date back to 1908, she has a window to her own history as well as that of the city of Spokane.

The collection, which numbers more than 200 cards, was begun by Hoagland’s mother, and the 92-year-old Hoagland has added to it over the years. She especially treasures the cards sent by friends and family from around the world.

• Do you have a treasure or rare find you’d like to share? E-mail Cheryl-Anne Millsap or call her at 459-5451.

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