The description on the front of the card:
Entrance to Snyder Park, Springfield, Ohio
Postmark Date: December 4, 1907
No. in Series: 7760
Era: Undivided Back Era
In 1895, John and David L. Snyder of a wealthy family of millers made a deal with the City of Springfield to donate over 217 acres of their land as long as the city would transform it into a park. The park was opened in 1897 and the stone arch in the postcard was completed in 1902 to honor the Snyder brothers. The park is now one of Clark County’s largest parks.
Publisher: The American News Company, New York. Poly-Chrome.
Printed in: Leipzig, Dresden
The American News Company was founded by Sinclair Tousey in 1864. It became a major distributor of postcards, magazines, newspapers, books, and comic books through a national network of more than 300 affiliated news agencies.
They mostly covered New York and the mid-Atlantic region. Nearly all of their output was in view-cards. Most of their cards were printed in Leipzig, Dresden and Berlin, Germany. After the start of the first world war, they, like many publishers, switched to American and French printers.
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Rights Info: Public Domain