The Paris Review

Wishing You Were Here

FRANCESCA COLUSSI

he tradition of embroidering postcards began with the souvenir trade of the early twentieth century. The themes of these World War I–era collectibles are mainly patriotic and touchingly sentimental, having been stitched by women on the western front for soldiers writing home. These small canvases still

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