Carnegie Library, Pomeroy, Ohio (1917)

Carnegie Library, Pomeroy, Ohio (1917)
Vintage white border postcard (c. 1917) showing the Carnegie Library in Pomeroy, Ohio.

The description on the front of the card:
Carnegie Library, Pomeroy, Ohio.

Written Date: Jul 27, 1917

Postmark: July 28, 1917 (Pomeroy, Ohio)

Era: White Border Era
Condition: Used. Writing on the back. Wear on both sides. Posted.

The message on the back of the card:
Dear Friend:
Hope you are not offended at me,

although you told Corbin you was not going to write to me anymore.
Please let me hear from you again as I enjoy your letters very much.
I am spending a week here.
Please write soon.
101 Hoffman Ave.
Bertha [?? – Hauek, Hanck, Hanek?]

Addressed to:
Mr. Edgar E. Gibson
Troop M. 22nd Cavalry
Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia

Back of Carnegie Library, Pomeroy, Ohio (1917)
The back of the postcard features a divided back with the I. Robbins & Sons logo, machine cancel, 1917 Pomeroy, Ohio, postmark, and green one-cent stamp.

Published by:

I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, Penn.

I. Robbins & Sons was a publisher based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, active from 1911 to 1943. They produced numerous postcards during this time period, with many printed by Curt Teich.

Randson Studio

Cancel type: Machine cancel
Stamp: Green one-cent

Rights Info: Public Domain

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