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26 June 2010

Happy Birthday, Egbert!

Today, one of our friends ánd postcard contributors is having his birthday party, yeah! Yesterday Dutch film historian Egbert Barten became 50!! So EFSP shows our five favorite postcards from Egbert's collection. Enjoy.

5. Greta Garbo.
Greta Garbo
German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 4696/2, 1929-1930. Photo: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). Collection: Geoffrey Donaldson Institute.

4. Lien Deyers
Lien Deyers
German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 5315/1, 1930-1931. Photo: Ufa. Collection: Geoffrey Donaldson Institute.

3. Adolphe Engers
Adolphe Engers
German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 3186/1, 1928-1929. Collection: Geoffrey Donaldson Institute.

2. Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan
Belgian postcard. Collection Geoffrey Donaldson Institute.

1. Truus van Aalten
Truus van Aalten in Die lustigen Vagabunden (1928)
German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 3823/1, 1928-1929. Photo: Hegewald Film. Collection: Geoffrey Donaldson Institute.

Congratulations, Egbert!

4 comments:

Irene said...

Fabulous Greta Garbo, isn't she beautiful. mine is here.

Lyneen said...

Love all the photo cards.... Greta's card is a beauty! PFF!

Mary said...

What a great selection. I think there could be a psychological test showing something about one's personality based on the postcards/actors and actresses chosen!

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