These two postcards from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904 in St. Louis are with undivided backs.
One is a sepia tone B&W of the Statuary of Swinging Columns made by the Curt Teich & Co., No. 174b. It is postmarked to and from Waverly, Kansas, and has a 1 cent stamp. It is in good condition with some wear and some bumping to the corners, which were m,ade rounded. Check photos for condition details.
The other is a colorized photo of Gen. Grant's log cabin, postmarked on both sides and mailed, with a one cent stamp, to Mexico City. The postcard is from the Rotograph Postcard Company, which made cards from 1904 until 1911. It was printed in Germany. It is in very good sent condition with some discoloration on the back and fairly crisp corners. See photos for details.
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