This pretty original 1900s paper Greeting postcard features a spray of golden yellow sunflowers and a red butterfly. Has a poem on the left side the "Language of Flowers" by C. Preston Wynne.
Some of the letters in the poem didn't fully print on the card so it is somewhat hard to make out a few of the letters.
Card is written on in pencil and has a one cent stamp. 1909 Daykin, Nebraska postmark. Addressed to Miss Lena Milius at Helvey, Nebraska.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, crease upper right corner.
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