The description on the front of the card:
Mc. Kinley Hall, Ohio State Hospital, Massillon, O.
Postmark Date: March 11, 1915
Era: Divided Back Era
Message on the back of the card:
Reached home OK.
I certainly did have a dandy time in New Berlin.
I only wished I lived there.
Will write letter later.
Mrs. Myrtle A. Shaub
New Berlin, Ohio
The Rotograph Co., New York City, New York
The Rotograph Company, based in New York City, was a prominent publisher and printer of postcards from 1904 to 1911. Founded by Germans Arthur Schwarz and Ludwig Knackstedt, it served as the American branch of Neue Photographische Gesellschaft, renowned for its high-quality photographic products.
Many of their early cards were reprints of black and white or hand-colored National Art postcards and were printed without any letter prefixes. Some of these cards include the Sol Art Prints logo.
This card appears to be in Style E, a view that was printed as tinted halftones with a divided back.
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Printed in: Germany
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Stamp: Green one-cent
Rights Info: Public Domain