Rural scene depicting silo, warehouse and canal boat along an embankment with an animal team and driver walking along the towpath on opposite side of canal.
Postal data: posted, postmarked [striped oval postmark], (Sandy Hill, N.Y., MAR 4, 1908 8 PM; Orwell, VT, MAR 5, 12 M?), stamp; Postcard type: divided back; Printing information: card number (Order No. C 2631); Logo (POST CARD) in stylized lettering;Trademarks: (LITHO-CHROME) printed inside stylized design with clover on each end containing the letters (A.N.C.), (LEIPZIG-BERLIN-DRESDEN) on upper side of trademark (TRADE-MARK) on lower side (Germany.) below; Written message (March 4, 1908, Dear Mrs. Stedman: - Maria bought this card to send you, but she has been sick and is by no means, well yet, and can't see enough to read or write a word. She had her eyes fitted yesterday (was [indiscernible] when Mrs. Adkins called and will have new glasses the last of the week which we hope will relieve her eyes and make her feel better. But she is going to write if ever she gets well enough again. She sends love to you all - so do I. Yours as ever, Mabel [indiscernible]); Addressee (Mrs. Frank Stedman, Orwell Vermont R.F.D. 2.); Benjamin Franklin stamp in three-quarter profile.
Digitized by Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College (CUNY). Front Image Digitization Team: LBSCI 757, Digital Imaging, Fall 2012: Doreen O'Sullivan, Jeremy Zoref. Back Image Digitization Team: LBSCI 757, Digital Imaging, Fall 2012: Matthew Bright; Gwen David
3.5 in. x 5.5 in.
Published by The American News Company, New York. Leipzig. Berlin and Dresden. [indicated on back only]
Waterways Post Card Collection of Thomas T. Surprenant: Champlain Canal