This lovely original 1900s paper Greeting postcard features a large bouquet of red, pink and white Roses.
Marked: Series No. 68.
Tis said that absence conquers love;
But Oh I believe it not;
I've tried, alas! its power o prove, But thou are not forgot.
Card is written on in pencil and has a one cent stamp. 1909 Clyde, Kansas postmark. Addressed to Miss Mabel Hazen at Wayne, Kansas.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, bumped lower right corner, and some soiling.
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