Vintage & Collectible Pennsylvania Postcards:

Hotel Huntington

Easton, Pennsylvania
Northampton County

1942

This linen postcard features the Hotel Huntington in Easton, Pennsylvania.

It was postmarked May 31, 1918, from Easton, and mailed to Miss Margaret WASHBURN of Monsey, New York, by Ethel, who did not favor us with her last name.  Ethel wrote that she had been home for the weekend, seeing all the friends and relatives, and would send a letter very soon.

The description of the scene on the front of the card reads,

Hotel Huntington
Easton, PA

In the foreground is the Civil War Monument, also a view of Centre Square where an interesting farmers' market is held three mornings a week. Immediately back of the Hotel Huntington is the First Reformed Church dating from 1776, and used during the American Revolutionary War as a hospital. In the far background on the hillside is LaFayette College.

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