This pretty original 1900s paper Greeting postcard features a block wall, red, pink and yellow Tulips, and a bust of William Shakespeare in the upper left corner. Published by C. Eckstone.
Marked: Poets No. 1015.
Shakespeare Poem Reads:
And this our life, exempt from public haunts
Finds tongues in trees
Books in the running brooks
Sermons in stone and good in everything.
Card is written on in pencil and has a one cent stamp. 1909 Washington, Kansas postmark. Addressed to C.J. Campbell at Hanover, Kansas.
Condition is fair to good with edge and corner wear, crease lower left corner, and tear near center left edge.
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