County Court House, Columbus, Ohio (1907)

County Court House, Columbus, Ohio (1907)
Vintage postcard depicting the Franklin County Court House in Columbus, Ohio. There is a handwritten message dated 1907 in the sky and message areas.

The description on the front of the card:
County Court House, Columbus, O.

Postmark and written date: Aug. 14, 1907

No. in series: 43.-12
Era: Undivided Back Era
Condition: Used

Columbus, Oh. 8/14 1907 I was in this building last Monday.
We are all well, but Elmer is not very well today.
I will write in two days.
Your sister,
Eva I. Parsons
344 S. Champion Ave.
Col. Ohio

Back of the postcard with the Illustrated Postal Card Company eagle, a 1907 Columbus, Ohio postmark, machine cancel, and green one-cent stamp. An ink stamp says it was missent to St. Charles, Missouri. It is addressed to a Mrs. Tilla J. Lincoln in Cedar Creek, Nebraska.

Publisher:  Illustrated Postal Card Co. New York-Leipzig.

The Illustrated Postal Card Co. of New York was a major publisher of tinted halftone postcards from 1905-1914. The cards were printed by Emil Pinkau in Leipzig, Saxony.
Read more about the Illustrated Postal Card Co.

Rights Info: Public Domain

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