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 back of the postcard features a divided back with the The I. Robbins & Sons logo.

Publisher/Distributor: I. Robbins & Son, Pittsburgh, Penn. / Randson Studio

The message on the back of the card:
Dear Friend:
Hope you are not offended at me, although you told Corbin you was not giving 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, Ga.

Cancel type: Machine cancel

Stamp: Green one-cent

I. Robbins & Sons of Pittsburgh, Penn. was a publisher of many postcards from 1911-1943 of which most were printed by Curt Teich.

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