Divided back, embossed, used postcard. Postmarked February 25, 1910 from Pueblo, Colorado. St. Patrick Series No. 3.
“Erin Go Bragh”
Three cheers for Old Erin’s Isle,
Three cheers for the harp and flag of green.
Three cheers for the shamrock boys,
And a kiss for the Irish Colleen.”
Another for St. Pat’s Day….Three-leaf clovers this time, and a pretty, rather heavily corseted colleen, pinning a clover on her man’s lapel. They’re out for a night on the town, she in her finest dress, he in top hat and tails. He’s bringing the shillelagh though, just in case of any trouble. 😉 Addressed to: “Mr. J. M. Ellison, Sawnee, Okla.” which the sender probably wrote in haste, as it should, of course, be Shawnee. She writes:
“2 – 25 -10. Dear Mike: – Your letter received and I want you to do what ever you think best about that place. It sounds alright to me. Hope to see you soon. Love from all, Ma.”