The steamer Dayliner, under way on the Hudson River; the designation "DAY LINE" can be read [backwards] on flag, and "NEW YORK" read on the bow. The United States flag along with other international flags can be seen on the boat, one Swiss, one possibly French, others indiscernible due to lack of color; A thin white border surrounds the top, left and right of the picture; Written message in blank space at bottom of card (Aug. 24, 1907. My dear Emily, This is a very pretty scene up the Hudson. Am sending this from this boat. Lovingly J. Hornby).
Postal data: posted, postmarked (TAPPAN [N.Y.], AUG. 2[?]), stamp; Postcard type: undivided back (THIS SIDE EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE ADDRESS); Logo (POST CARD); Addressee (Miss Emily Mills, 107 Bedford St. New York City).
Digitized by Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College (CUNY). Front Image Digitization Team: GSLIS 790, Digital Imaging, Spring 2008: Lifei Ling. Back Image Digitization Team: GSLIS 790, Digital Imaging, Spring 2008: Lifei Ling
3.5 in. x 5.5 in.
[Hudson River Dayline] [indicated through Trademark on back only]
Waterways Post Card Collection of Thomas T. Surprenant: Hudson River