Set of 3 glossy color photographic postcards of Canada. All are unused with divided backs. They include the Tunnel Plaza at Windsor, where "motor cars and busses arrive and leave Canada for Detroit." The others include children in Kingston feeding birds and one of the Prince Edward Hotel in Windsor.
The Windsor cards are notable for inclusion of cars of the era.
These cards condition are consistent with their age. They have remnants of black photo corner mounts on the back which I have not attempted to remove. The edges and front surface show some wear, but they are still fun to look over as a record of life in the '50s.