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(2) Nice Old Saltair Pavilion Utah Post Cards
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This item is already sold(2) Nice Old Saltair Pavilion Utah Post Cards
Salt Lake   Utah   Beach   Amusement Park   Souvenir   Nostalgic   Americana
The picture shows the (2) Nice Old Saltair Pavilion Utah Post Cards in this lot. The top one has a small cloth bag of salt sewn onto the side. On both sides the bag reads:

"SALT FROM THE GREAT SALT LAKE UTAH".

It has an image of the Saltair Pavilion from atop of a roller coaster. Below the dance hall can be seen as well as a Merry Go Round or Carousel, and other buildings and/or rides. This Saltair location was used as the backdrop for the early classic horror film "Carnival of Souls" in 1962. That card is unused but shows a little discoloration on the back. It has a paragraph on the back and the front is marked as follows:

17 - SALTAIR PAVILION FROM TOP OF ROLLER COASTER

The second postcard is even more colorful. It is basically a closer view then the first one. The back has a paragraph and an invitation to attend Utah's Centennial in 1947. There is a hand written message, address, 1 cent postage stamp, and it is post marked 1949. The front is marked as follows:

833 - SALTAIR PAVILION, GREAT SALT LAKE, UTAH

Not counting the salt bag they each measure 5-1/2" x 3-1/2". They are in excellent condition.

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(2) Nice Old Saltair Pavilion Utah Post Cards


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