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12 postcards of Taliesin are currently on auction on EBay until Feb. 6. Given the details and presuming these were all part of the same session (which may or may not be true), the postcards were taken between 1938 and 1939. If not, they all appear to be from the '30s anyway.
Why '38'39? The statue of the woman in the lower right hand postcard was given to Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938; and a clerestory was added in 1939 to the room seen in the postcard in the middle on the left hand column (according to Curtis Besinger). These postcards are not widely known by the public but are in many of the larger archives.