Here’s a beauty sent from Arapahoe, Nebraska in 1913, carrying a message of “Hearty Greetings.” This postcard is embossed and shows a little scene of a cottage by a lake or river, with some purple hills and a blue sky in the background, framed by a wreath of alternating dark and light blue forget-me-nots, with some larger blue flowers happily appearing out from the sides. Underneath it all is a gold-tone rectangular bar.
This is another in the Lena Davis collection, and the address shows: “Miss Lena Davis, Almena, Kans. R.F. D.”
The sender wrote: “Aug. 24, 1913. I expect you thought I didnt get your card But I did thank you for sending It. I had some pictures taken at Harry Summers[?] and will send you one If they are any good. You ask last time you wrote how I and E. was getting along/ well we are getting along fine. – as ever P. C.[?]”
Divided back, embossed, used postcard. Postmarked August 26, 1913 from Arapahoe, Nebraska. Publisher unknown. Series or number 567.