Vintage 1910s black and white postcard by Eckland. Shows a store front view of the Best Block, Galva Illinois. Antique cars and people are visible.
Card is used with 1910's Galva, Illinois cancellation. Adressed to Miss Selma at Clay Center, Kansas.
Published by The Standard of Galva, Illinois.
Postcard measures 5.5 x 3.5 inches. Condition is good. Card shows wear along edges and corners, a vertical crease near center top, and cancellation bleed through onto the front.
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