Rockland Historical Society will hold its fourth annual Postcard Show and Sale at Rockland Congregational Church, on the corner of Limerock and Highland streets, Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $3.

Eight to 10 dealers will be displaying and selling their collectible postcards and memorabilia, bringing thousands of antique postcards from towns all over Maine. Searsport’s Penobscot Marine Museum will be selling its reproduction postcards, suitable for framing; and the new book, “Maine on Glass,” about the Eastern Illustrating and Publishing Co. Rockland Historical Society will be selling books about local history including the long-awaited “Red Jacket: The Life and Times of a Maine Clipper Ship.”

Sandwiches, coffee and baked goods will be available, and the Historical Society will have a table selling Old and Curious Things (small antique items). The table is similar to a lawn sale and has been very popular in the past. Those with any wonderful old things to donate for the society to sell are encourage to drop them off at the Rockland Historical Society, lower lever of Rockland Public Library, Tuesday or Thursday afternoons; or call Ann Morris at 594-4601 to arrange for pick up.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or