A funny one showing a guy who’s been picked up, to his complete surprise, and has sailed through the air on the hook of a crane, to come face to face (no pun intended) with a large clock on the side of a building. It’s nighttime, there’s a full moon, he’s in spats and has lost his straw boater and his walking stick, but still has his monocle in place. Good thing, that way he can see that “It’s high time…” The senders finish this sentence as, “you were writing, dont you thing so!” And it’s signed, “L. G. & A. G.” (L. or S? And did whoever wrote this mean to say “thing so?”)
Addressed to: “Miss Ella Ellison, 26 St. & Cheyenne Ave, Pueblo, Colo.
On the back the senders wrote, “A Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.” I was going to say that I normally do holiday ones in season, and say something about Christmas in July but just noticed that this is postmarked in May. A kind of funny card all the way around!
Divided back, used postcard. Postmarked Frontier, Wyoming, May 1908. Publisher unknown.