I just bought this postcard off ebay and it was kinda expensive but it is rare. There appears to be an old bearded man on the steps, possibly a Confederate veteran. It was mailed from Lawrenceville to Westminister, South Carolina in 1912. Below is a recent picture of the courthouse as it looks now.
This is my latest eBay purchase. Its a postally unused post card of the Atlanta airport printed in 1969. Note the automobiles parked in front! On the back it states: "ATLANTA'S FABULOUS AIR TERMINAL was opened in 1961 at a cost of 14 million dollars - it is the 8th busiest in the nation, handling close to 4 million passengers a year."
I bought this post card recently on eBay. I live in Lawrenceville and Lawrenceville post cards are very rare. This one was expensive but I wanted it badly. The under bidder sent me this email: "One of my elderly insurance clients was raised in Lawrenceville and was also a merchant there for many years. He remembered Dr. Ezzard who had his practice in the back of the pharmacy. Don't know if you are a boxing fan....but regardless you have probably heard of Ezzard Charles, a heavyweight who fought Rocky Marciano in the early 1950's. Dr. Ezzard delivered Ezzard Charles and as was the custom in those days, the doctor did not charge for delivery if the baby was named for him or a family member. Don't know if you grew up in the segregated South or not, but hospitals were few and far between in those days, so my guess was that the future heavyweight champion was delivered in their family home with Dr. Ezzard as the MD. Little bit of history for you. You got what appears to be a rarely seen card in excellent condition."
(Ezzard Mack Charles July 21, 1921 - May 28, 1975)