Here are two cards you would be hard pressed to find another of and the darker of the two is a real photo post card as well, or rppc. That one dates to from 1904 to 1918 using the AZO stamp box for dating. The other I cannot date positively but it was published by E. A. Craven and printed by Hammond Printing Co. of Fremont, Nebraska. The stamp box stamp prices date it to roughly the same period. Condition of both cards is excellent. Neither is posted and only the rppc has any writing on it, the name Lucille Rollee I believe it is, on the back. The other card is unwritten/unposted, and only lightly soiled on the reverse. Both cards are free of holes, tears, creases, etc. and edge or corner wear only amounts to lightly blunted corners. Great to view under magnification and I think these might be nice framed together. No doubt someone can identify the building of an ancestor or old friend.
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