Black & white photograph of a dam presumed to be the Five Combines of the Black River Canal of Boonville, N.Y. Wildflowers and shrubs are prominently featured in the foreground. A diagonal river separates the foreground from the sloping tree covered hills in the background. There are two towpaths on both sides of the river, two horseback riders follow the path on the right. The dam is to the left of the riders, the combines are behind them.
Postal data: unmarked, unposted (PLACE STAMP HERE) printed inside stamp box inscribed with the letters (AZO) on all sides with a triangle pointing upward in all four corners; Postcard type: divided back [solid line]; (CORRESPONDENCE HERE; NAME AND ADDRESS HERE); Logo (POST CARD); Additional information: (PROPERTY OF GILBERT HAGERTY.) stamped upside down along the lower left hand side [presumably collector's note]; No message; No addressee.