1930s France Houlgate (Calvadas) La Sporting Club Postcard Tennis


The postcard depicts the Sporting Club in Houlgate, located in the Calvados department of Normandy, France, dating back to the 1930s. The caption on the front of the postcard reads:

"101. HOULGATE (Calvados) - Le Sporting Club - Cour de tennis."

The image captures a lively scene at the Sporting Club, showcasing tennis courts with players engaged in a match. The surrounding area features lush greenery and a charming clubhouse, with French flags prominently displayed, adding to the vibrant atmosphere. The setting reflects the recreational and social life of the time, with spectators enjoying the game from the sidelines.

The reverse side of the postcard is blank, with standard postcard markings for correspondence and address. The top indicates "Carte Postale" in multiple languages, emphasizing its international appeal.

This postcard offers a glimpse into the leisure activities and social gatherings in early 20th-century France, particularly highlighting the popularity of tennis. It serves as a valuable piece for collectors and enthusiasts of historical postcards, sports history, and French culture.

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Size: 14 cm x 9 cm

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