Black Hand Interurban Tunnel, Zanesville, Ohio (1907)

Black Hand Interurban Tunnel, Zanesville, Ohio (1907)
Vintage postcard (c. 1907) showing the Black Hand Interurban Tunnel in Zanesville, Ohio.

The description on the front of the card:
Zanesville, Ohio. Black Hand Interurban Tunnel.

Postmark Date: December 30, 1907

Era: Divided Back Era
Condition: Used

The message on the back of the card:
Thanks for card. Picnic Rock is about twelve or fifteen miles east of here.
Charles O. Fruish
142 Elmwood Ave.
Newark, Ohio.

Addressed to:
Mr. Chester A. Drury
Box 372
Hinsdale, New Hampshire

Back of Black Hand Interurban Tunnel, Zanesville, Ohio (1907)
Back of the postcard featuring a 1907 Newark, Ohio postmark, a railroad cancel, a machine cancel, a green one-cent stamp, and a handwritten message.

Published by: Hugh C. Leighton Co., manufacturers, Portland, ME
Printed In: Frankfort, Germany

Hugh C. Leighton & Company, based in Portland, Maine, operated between 1906 and 1909. They were renowned as printers and major publishers of national view cards, particularly scenes of New England.
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Cancel type: Machine cancel
Stamp: Green one-cent

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Rights Info: Public Domain

Source: Metropolitan Postcard Club of New York City

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