Norway’s top three vintage postcards

The stories behind travelers’ all-time favorite postcards to mail home from Norway M. Michael Brady Asker, Norway Despite texting and emailing, travelers still send postcards. Through the years, three Norwegian postcards have become venerable favorites. In sales, the all-time star is Seterjentens fridag (Milkmaid’s day off), featuring a black-and-white photo taken in 1932. More than two million have been sold. The real-life story of Seterjentens fridag evinces Norwegian folklore. M
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M. Michael Brady

M. Michael Brady was born, raised, and educated as a scientist in the United States. After relocating to the Oslo area, he turned to writing and translating. In Norway, he is now classified as a bilingual dual national.

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