This card was published by the Pacific Stationery & Specialty Company of San Francisco, and although written, was never posted and has not had a stamp removed from it. The condition is Very Good. Edge wear is non-existent, only the lower right corner is blunted, and there are no holes, tears, or stains. There is one crease, more visible on the reverse than the front of the card, and even then it is difficult to see. In the lower right quarter of the written message is a lightly creased area. On the front of the card, in the brighter sky area and in about the middle above the buildings, you see two slightly dark L shaped marks. These are from corner frame mounts in an album pressing against this card from an opposite page for many years. The message is of little interest but is dated, July 31, 1929 and was written to Mr & Mrs L.E. Sperring of Earlville, Iowa. Looking closely at the decks of the nearest ferry boat you see that they are crowded with passengers crossing the San Francisco Bay.
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