Freedomland Postcards and Images

I found out that there were a total of 13 Freedomland postcards of the Hallmark type. There were also some photographic postcards (see the Gallery pages). Here are the ones I've picked up so far. I've also found what was listed as a set of "Twelve colorful scenes from Freedomland" .. but based on the number printed on the back.. something doesn't add up.

Here are the postcards - and what's on the back as well as the number in the series:
Postcard (Overview of Freedomland) FREEDOMLAND, U.S.A. - A birdseye view of the world's largest entertainment center. This exciting panorama of animated American history has been created in 205 acres just 30 minutes from the center of New York City.
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HORSELESS CARRIAGE - Guests drive Freedomland's spirited replicas of 1903 autos. The tour through colonial New England is a family-fun outing past rolling landscape and quaint early American settlements.
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CHICAGO FIRE HOUSE - As fire bells clang, Freedomland visitors watch volunteer firemen rush to put out the flames of the Great Chicago Fire. The fire engine is an authentic replica of an 1859 hand-pumper.
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CHICAGO FIRE - Flames sweep through the charred ruins of a Chicago business district as Freedomland recreates the great fire of 1871, bringing to life a dramatic page of American history.
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INDIAN WAR - As Freedomland passengers journey up Northwest rivers, they pass a colorful totem pole Indian village. The air crackles with shots and the boat is caught in the dangerous crossfire of an inter-tribal war.
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Postcard (Civil War correspondent wagon)

CIVIL WAR! - The drama of the Civil War is re-lived by Freedomland visitors as they ride in authentic correspondent wagons between the battle lines of the Blue and the Gray.
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HALLMARK COMMUNICATIONS CENTER - Freedomland's 19th Century Chicago bustles with the growth of an expanding American frontier. Amid the picturesque shops is the Hallmark Communications Center where visitors can share the fun of Freedomland with the folks back home.
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Now here are some of the other images but these are not postcards. They are the same size however, and also have the same images as the postcards (those are not duplicated here, but I will list what I have).

This is the envelope that held 12 images, not postcards though. They are the same size and same images as the postcards. Yet there was no number 1 which should be the same as this envelope.
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The 12 images enclosed are:

  1. ACC2-1 HORSELESS CARRIAGE
  2. ACC3-1 CHICAGO DEPOT
  3. ACC4-1 CHICAGO FIRE HOUSE
  4. ACC5-1 CHICAGO FIRE
  5. ACC6-1 PONY EXPRESS
  6. ACC7-1 INDIAN WAR
  7. ACC8-1 CIVIL WAR!
  8. ACC9-1 GREAT LAKES EXCURSION BOAT
  9. ACC10-1 MID-WEST FARM
  10. ACC11-1 SPACE ROVER
  11. ACC12-1 AIR-BORNE BUCKETS
  12. ACC13-1 HALLMARK COMMUNICATIONS CENTER

Below are just the images that aren't also postcards. and what's on the back.

CHICAGO DEPOT - Engine whistles bring a thrill of excitement at Chicago's 1870 depot as Freedomland's excursion trains chug to a stop. Passengers alight from the 'iron horse' after a scenic non-stop trip from San Francisco

PONY EXPRESS - Excited cheers are heard as riders of the fabled Pony Express gallop into Freedomland's Fort Cavalry. Visitors' letters posted with the rider can be picked up later as they visit the Southwest section of Freedomland, where the fearless mail carriers have delivered them.

GREAT LAKES EXCURSION BOAT - Passengers re-live the glories of a former era when the 'floating palaces' journeyed throughout the Great Lakes. The sternwheeler takes them past Indian villages and along the Canadian Border.

MID-WEST FARM - In Freedomland's Great Plains, America's agricultural and dairy heritage is portrayed as guests enjoy farm animal exhibits and a tour through Borden's white-washed barn.

SPACE ROVER - In Freedomland's Satellite City, visitors board the Braniff International Airways space ship for a thrilling trip into orbit to view a panorama of the wonders of the Western Hemisphere.

AIR-BORNE BUCKETS - Western ore buckets carry visitors high in the air for breathtaking views of Freedomland - from the Southwest Border to Canada