Looking under magnification I noticed that the passenger side of the hood on this late 1940's automobile is open. I have to admit I don't recognize the emblem on the trunk, even under 12X, but I do see that the Park Service sign is missing from it's stone standard too. The card is in nice condition, I would rate it excellent as the front is clean of any marks, the edges are free of wear, and the corners show only very minor blunting. The only thing elsewhere is some staining along the edge of the message box. There are no holes, creases, or tears. Written on the negative and printed is the caption Needles Eye Along Needles Highway So. Dakota Black Hills L-319. The photo is crisp and clear and in the stamp box is the EKC logo, dating the card to 1939-1950....I would say this is one of the very earliest. The publisher was L. L. Cook of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The back of the card is as faint as it appears in the photo.
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