Ever wonder how doughboys sent their photo postcards home? I actually don’t own a single example of a postmarked photo postcard from the war, but recently came across a grouping that contained an envelope and postcard sent home by a 42nd Division soldier. A member of the 151st Field Artillery, Frank Svec sent home a studio portrait shot of himself. Not incredibly rare, but a good example of how WWI photos were sent during the war. The 42nd Division is one of my favorite divisions, so this is an addition “kicker”.