The old D. & H. Canal looking West, Summitville, N.Y.
The old D. & H. Canal looking west beyond a road crossing where a women and a younger girl sit along the railings and to the right a man stands in the back of an early 20th century convertible automobile. The road crossing connects travelers from one side of the canal, which is surrounded by a habitable area, to the other side where Enton's store resides to the left of the road crossing. The road crossing was built because this is an old section of the D & H Canal that was no longer used in the early 20th century and that is why it is referred to as the "Old D & H Canal"; it was replaced by another canal.
Postal data: unmarked, unposted (Place Stamp Here -- United States and Canada One Cent -- Foreign Two Cents) printed inside stamp box; Postcard type: divided back [solid line] (THIS SPACE MAY BE USED FOR CORRESPONDENCE; FOR ADDRESS ONLY); Printing information: card number (3842b); Logo (Post Card); No message; No addressee.
Digitized by Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College (CUNY). Front Image Digitization Team: GSLIS 757, Digital Imaging, Fall 2010: Rebecca Hohmann, Susie Lee. Back Image Digitization Team: GSLIS 757, Digital Imaging, Fall 2010: Derek Ivie, Christine Dengel
3.5 in. x 5.5 in.
Publisher, Edmund L. Tichenor, Middletown, N.Y. Made in Germany
Waterways Post Card Collection of Thomas T. Surprenant: The D. & H. Canal