Vintage 1910s Postcard showing the N.W. Double Track Bridge Crossing the Mississippi at Clinton Iowa.
Published by the Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME, U.S.A. Card number 15262. Made in Germany.
Back reads: At an expense of Dollars 2,000,000, the C. & N.W. Ry. have constructed a steel double track railroad bridge across the Mississippi River at Clinton, to supercede the old single track bridge which has been in use since 1865. This bridge is the most massive construction of any railroad bridge on the Mississippi.
Card is used with a 1912 St. Joseph, Missouri postmark. Mailed to Mr. Theo Dein at Alexandria, Nebraska. Condition is very good with some edge and corner wear and light soiling.
Nice vintage postcard showing the Methodist church at Julesburg, Colorado.
Card is used with 1916 Julesburg, Colorado Postmark and one cent stamp. Correspondence is addressed to Miss Emeline From at David City, Nebraska
Condition is good with some edge and corner wear and a crease at the upper right corner.
Vintage original embossed postcard showing President Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg. Shows an American flag, pink Rose wreath, cannonballs and tombstones.
This is a Raphael Tuck & Sons Postcard. Series no. 155. "Lincoln's Birthday"
Card is used with pencil writing on the back and a 1912 cancellation.
Condition is very good with some light edge and corner wear.
Antique original 1910s embossed postcard. Features a large green and pink butterfly and pink roses at each corner. The upper pink section of the butterfly is made of felt.
Front reads: Best Wishes
Marked on the back: Printed in Germany. S.B. Series 1220.
Card is written on in pencil. No postmark.
Condition is very good with light soiling.