Rotary International Convention

The Rotary International Convention -1926

Rotary Clubs are found around the world, bringing together professional people in many disciplines to support civic improvements and to uphold the Rotary principles of truth, fairness, beneficence, and promotion of goodwill.

International Rotary after WWII became a leader in the worldwide fight to eliminate polio.

In 1926, the International Convention of Rotary was held in Denver.

An unknown Rotarian inscribed a postcard (one of several, although I have only one) to his children whom he addresses as “Dear Pals”.

Daddy reports that he took only one side trip, a railroad excursion through the Rockies.

The face of the postcard contains a hand-colored photograph of a train crossing the High Bridge near Georgetown, Colorado.

One hopes that Daddy continued to enjoy the convention and returned safely to his “little sweethearts”.


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