(“Easter Sunrise Service in the inspiring Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs,” 1946 postcard. Image 208-9594 copyright Pikes Peak Library District).

Printed on back “Tune in Sunday, April 21, 1946 to the twenty-sixth Annual Easter Sunrise Service from the inspiring Garden of the Gods Colorado Springs, Colorado / Originating from KVOR coast to coast via the Comumbia Broadcasting System and braodcast to our boys overseas.”

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