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Everything is just as I hoped! I often wonder what visitors think of our beautiful islands. Perusing eBay for some of […]Read More
Russ Elliott Russ Elliott’s paintings can be found in many high-end hotels and estates throughout the world! Known for his murals […]Read More
Cricket Team For those that love Cricket, this is a fantastic collectible! This photograph of the team was taken at […]Read More
There’s a new book about the history of the Virgin Islands with a focus on St. John available! It’s […]Read More
Here’s an interesting postcard that captures some of the charm of the islands. 🙂 The Good Ol’ USA “Haiti and […]Read More
Here’s another complimentary postcard a visitor sent home in 1950. Colors Unbelievable! Dear Peg, – Boy! This is […]Read More
Shopping for food on the waterfront was a novel idea for tourists.🍍 Here’s what one visitor wrote home: ~ 1965 […]Read More
Colorful Painting Hundreds of artists have captured the beauty of the Virgin Islands in their own way. 🎨 Street scenes, […]Read More
Arriving by ship must be an incredible experience for visitors!🚢 When they enter the harbor for the first time, they […]Read More
I love these old postcards that capture a moment in time. I remember climbing a flamboyant tree similar to the […]Read More
Estate Concordia There’s a rare collection of documents about St. Croix’s history on sale today! The documents cover Estate Concordia […]Read More
Caneel Bay Caneel Bay Caneel Bay ~ 1958 ⛱ In a postcard home to family, a visitor at Caneel Bay, […]Read More
Apothecary Hall This is a pretty postcard of the Apothecary Hall. The three-story building was destroyed by a Christmas fire […]Read More
Today in VI History On this day, March 18, 1931, the first civilian governor of the US Virgin Islands was […]Read More
Helen C. Taylor Not much in known about Helen C. Taylor, the artist that created this beautiful pastel painting […]Read More
Today in VI History On this day, March 7, 1934, the First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt visited the US Virgin Islands. […]Read More
Pretty Watercolor This pretty watercolor captured the Grand Hotel in the heart of Charlotte Amalie, one of the busiest squares in […]Read More
Enid M. Baa, Librarian Recently, I’ve been finding the most incredible Virgin Islands memorabilia on eBay! 📨 This set of […]Read More
Today in VI History The Government House in Christiansted, St. Croix was declared a Virgin Islands National Historic Site ~ March […]Read More
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