Here's an oldie: this is a view of the Evansville Cotton Mills in
Indiana. It's by the waterside and is fenced - to keep those cattle out,
The reverse side is not divided, and is
marked, "This Side for Address Only." It was mailed to
Grace K-[illegible] REYNOLDS of Rockport, Indiana. No street
address is given but presumably the postman knew where Grace lived.
Signed simply, "Eva," this card
was sent to Miss Grace Reynolds of Rockport, Indiana. It's also
postmarked in Rockport: January 23, 1908. The stamp was removed.
The message is written in the tiny space at
the bottom of the card's front, and I'll have to dig out my magnifying
glass to read it all. What I see now is:
[Illegible] ... what you missed by
not going to Evansville with the bride & groom!
...[illegible] ..tell you about it and have you written Mary W.
Margie & [?]