This vintage postcard dates to the 1900s and shows the Chautaqua (sp) Grounds , Beatrice, Nebraska. Card is black and white with a yellowish wood look border.
Published by Suhling Company, Chicago.
Card is used with September 28, 1909 Beatrice, Nebraska postmark. Mailed to Mr. William Kanpper at Plymouth, Nebraska.
Measures 5.5 x 3.5 inches.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, crease upper left corner and soiling to the back and front sky area.
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