The description on the front of the card:
Holy Trinity Church, Middletown, Conn.
Postmark: July 29, 1920 (Middletown, Connecticut)
Era: White Border Era
Condition: Used. Writing on the back. Marks and wear on both sides. Removed stamp. Posted.
Dear Mrs. Fries: –
Was very glad to get your card and the [kiddies?] I’m coming along nicely but I haven’t [???] up yet, but hope to soon. I’m longing to get home again.
[Unsure of rest of message]
Mrs. Charles Fries
Publisher: Morris Berman, New Haven, Connecticut / C.T. American Art / Made in the U.S.A.
Established in 1898, the Curt Teich Co. was best known for its wide range of advertising and postcards of North America. By the 1920s, it was producing so many postcards with borders that they became recognized as a type dubbed “White Border Cards,” creating an “era.” Later, Curt Teich’s innovations in this printing technique directly led to the production of what we now call “linens” by the early 1930s.
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Rights Info: Public Domain